With 25 print editions in 35 countries and more than 21 million readers across its social and digital platforms, Men’s Health is the world’s largest men’s magazine brand, and the number one source of information for and about men. It’s the brand for active, successful, professional men who want greater control over their physical, mental, and emotional lives. We give men the tools they need to make their lives better through in-depth and expert-backed reporting, covering everything from fashion and grooming to health, nutrition, fitness, weight loss, as well as cutting-edge gear, the latest in entertainment, science, and more.

Every month, our editors and reporters seek the advice of the most trusted, experienced, and academically affiliated authorities in health, fitness, weight loss, relationships, and more. We also keep an eye out for the latest new research in the world’s most credible, peer-reviewed academic journals, and distill it for our readers in a way that’s practical, accessible, and easy to understand. Furthermore, every story in the print edition is subjected to a rigorous fact-checking process, in which a team of researchers thoroughly vets all factual claims for accuracy.

Since it launched in 1986, Men’s Health has been nominated for many of the publishing industry’s top honors, including 17 National Magazine Awards in the categories of personal service and general excellence. In 2017, Ad Age named Men’s Health one of its Magazines of the Year.

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Men's Health editors, reporters, and licensed experts give men the tools they need to make their lives better through in-depth, service-minded journalism. From deeply reported features to daily coverage of trends in the worlds of health and wellness, our experienced staff covers fitness, nutrition, style, grooming, technology & gear, entertainment and more.

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Richard Dorment

Richard Dorment is the editor in chief of Men’s Health, where he oversees all editorial content of the world’s largest men’s magazine across its print, web, social, and video platforms. Before joining Men’s Health in April 2018, he was an editor at Wired (where he focused on editing features on technology, science, culture, and business) as well as Esquire, where he spent nine years editing and writing features on culture, politics, fashion, and lifestyle. He lives in New York with his wife and three children, and he does not have six-pack abs.

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Ben Court

Ben Court is an Executive Editor at Men’s Health. He has more than a decade of experience writing and editing stories about peak performance, as it relates to health, nutrition, fitness, fatherhood, weight loss, happiness, and sex and relationships. He’s a recovering soccer player and triathlete, and still enjoys yoga, cycling, running, swimming, lifting, grilling, and napping. He grew up in Kenya and currently lives in New Jersey with his wife and two kids.

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Mike Darling

Mike Darling is an Executive Editor at Men’s Health. He was previously a senior editor on both the print and digital teams for six years, where he reported on and edited coverage around health and fitness, style and grooming, sex and relationships, and technology and gear. Prior to rejoining Men’s Health, he spent two years as the Managing Editor of Tonic, Vice Media’s health vertical.

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Ebenezer Samuel

Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S., is the Fitness Director of Men’s Health. He’s a certified trainer with more than 10 years of training experience and a diverse training background that includes bodybuilding, powerlifting, gymnastics, and performance training. He is the creator of Men’s Health’s New Rules of Muscle workout video program. Before arriving at Men’s Health, he spent several years as a national sports columnist for the New York Daily News, covering the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball.

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Ben Paynter

Ben Paynter is the Features Editor at Men's Health. He worked previously as a senior writer at Fast Company, senior editor at Men’s Health, and has written for Wired, Businessweek and The New York Times. He's earned a James Beard award for investigative reporting and had stories featured in annual anthologies of the best sports, food, and tech writing.

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Nojan Aminosharei

Nojan Aminosharei is the Entertainment Director of Men’s Health and the Special Projects Editor of Harper’s Bazaar. He was previously the Entertainment Director of Hearst Digital Media, and before that a Senior Editor at GQ. Raised in Vancouver, Canada, Nojan graduated from NYU with a master’s degree in magazine journalism. The late Elaine Stritch once told him, “What the f$*! kind of name is Nojan? I’m 89 years old, I don’t have time for that shit.”

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Jordyn Taylor

Jordyn Taylor is the Deputy Editor of Content at Men’s Health. She previously worked as a reporter and editor at Mic and the New York Observer, where she covered health and wellness, sex and relationships, entertainment, and other topics. Jordyn is an adjunct professor at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

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Marty Munson

Marty Munson is the Health Director for Men’s Health and has more than a decade of experience writing and editing health content for numerous publications including Marie Claire, Prevention, Real Simple, Triathlete, Dr. Oz the Good Life, and O, the Oprah magazine. She’s a marathon swimmer as well as a triathlon (USAT) and swim (USMS) coach.

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Paul Kita

Paul Kita is the James Beard Award-winning Food & Nutrition Editor at Men’s Health. He’s written two cookbooks: A Man, A Pan, A Plan (2017) and Guy Gourmet: Great Chefs’ Amazing Meals for a Lean & Healthy Body (2013). Paul has appeared on the Travel Channel and Fox & Friends, as well as numerous national radio and broadcast stations.

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Keith Nelson Jr.

Keith Nelson Jr is the Senior Editor of Entertainment and Lifestyle at Men's Health. He’s connected the dots to form the bigger picture at publications like Mic, Revolt, Grammys, Complex, and Reverb.

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Brett Williams

Brett Williams is the Fitness Editor at Men’s Health. He's a former pro football player and tech reporter who splits his workout time between strength and conditioning training, martial arts, and running. You can find his work elsewhere at Mashable, Thrillist, and other outlets.

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Evan Romano

Evan Romano is the Culture Editor for Men’s Health. He previously worked at Esquire, Rolling Stone, and Brooklyn Magazine, and has written for The New York Times, Vanity Fair, VICE, and MTV News. Evan is obsessed with weird movies, random TV shows, and can probably tell you anything you’d ever want to know about that actor in that movie.

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Josh St. Clair

Josh St. Clair is an Assistant Editor at Men’s Health. He writes on television, film, sports, celebrities, and literature.

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Milan Polk

Milan Polk is an editorial assistant at Men’s Health. She writes about entertainment, sex and relationships, and more. Previously, she’s written for Vulture and the Chicago Tribune.

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Ted Stafford

Ted Stafford is the Fashion Director of Men’s Health. He oversees all style and fashion content for the brand, and also styles their fashion stories. His active lifestyle informs his passion for translating great designs into real-life style, a favorite part of his job. Prior to joining Men’s Health he worked at GQ magazine and Calvin Klein.

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Christian Gollayan

As Men's Health's Deputy Editor, Commerce, Christian Gollayan oversees all shopping content on menshealth.com. He relocated back to New York by way of Portland, where he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian's work has also been featured in InStyle, Food & Wine, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia.

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Michael Easter

Michael Easter is the author of The Comfort Crisis and Scarcity Brain, a professor at UNLV, and a Contributing Editor at Men's Health.

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Reporting Guidelines

MensHealth.com asks all editors and writers to follow strict reporting protocols to ensure the accuracy of all information reported on the site. Studies must be reviewed before being cited in stories, and all factual information must be attributed to a reliable source. Editors rely on interviews with expert sources to substantiate all articles, and each story is reviewed and fact-checked by at least two editors before being published on site. Articles are then regularly reviewed and updated to include the newest information available on the topic.

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Editorial Independence

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About Hearst Magazines Digital Media

Hearst Magazines Digital Media, a unit of Hearst Magazines, is home to a powerful portfolio of brands, from iconic industry-leading fashion and lifestyle properties to some of the fastest-growing voices in food and commerce. In addition to Prevention, Hearst owns several other global leaders in health and wellness, including Men's Health, Women's Health, Runner's World, Bicycling, and Netdoctor. Learn more about Hearst, Hearst Magazines, and Hearst Magazines Digital Media.