Young Men's Health


A website for teen guys & young men featuring state-of-the-art health information
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Youth Advisor

Youth Advisor

The YMH program has a youth advisor — a Boston-area student specially trained in peer-to-peer health education.

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Waiting for that College Letter

"The mailbox. The old, rusty thing you’ve walked by on your way home from high school for the past four years..."read more


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Featured Guide: Cooking Terms and Definitions

Cooking at home is often healthier and less expensive than eating out, however sometimes recipes contain terms that can be more

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Do you have a health question that you're embarrassed to ask? We don't ask for your name or email. Submit your question. We'll pick a new one each week! And you can always look through our many past questions and answers.

This week's question:
I have been diagnosed with mono and my Doctor does not want me to take any Tylenol or Advil or aspirin for my fever. I do not know why. I have a fever. Can you advise?

Thank You: We want to take a moment to thank the supporters of Young Men's Health who make it possible to deliver essential health resources to young men around the world.



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