As Father’s Day rolls around each year, men’s health becomes the subject for a number of writing assignments. Do’s & Donuts has run on MSN Health & Fitness for the past few years. It explains that dads really can enjoy their steak and potatoes and still follow advice from the physician sources at Men’s Health Network.
The story’s closing point was nicked off of the latest version, so here’s a quick summary: A long-term term study quoted by the American Psychiatric Association found that retired men were happiest when they had a good marriage and were involved with their family and community. These factors outweighed priorities like financial security that governed their younger lives.