Man to Man

Ivker, Rob
November 1998
Natural Health;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p40
Presents a questions and answers column pertaining to the health and well being of men. Counsel for a man who is having marital problems; Discussion on whether aerobic dancing is more strenuous than weight training; Recommendation for males who want to banlance their lives and decrease working hours.


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