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Lisa Rollins

For more than 30 years Lisa Rollins has been a part of upstate radio. Called the most calming, caring, conservative voice in radio, Lisa can see all sides of the issue, yet is never afraid to share her own personal opinion!


Man boobs -- or "moobs" -- don't always materialize because a man is fat. Excessive development of male breasts, also known as gynaecomastia, is thought to affect 40% of men and it seems the proportion is rising. Some guys are said to be genetically predisposed to moobs, the same way some women have bigger breasts than others. Doctors say they can also be caused by medication, such as drugs for heart disease. All I can say is thank goodness, MY man doesn’t have ‘em…maybe yours does and you LOVE ‘em…hey as momma used to say…”there’s a lid for every pot!”

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08/15/2012 5:32AM
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09/04/2012 9:54AM
Moobs are more common now because of all the "estrogenic" type foods like red meats and milk that have a lot of "chemicals" init. It's another reason why Breast cancer in men is increasing 1% every year.
10/29/2012 5:05PM
different, that's all.
In the few years since I had a mild heart attack I have taken medication to help prevent a recurrence. At the same time I have paid attention to my diet. I generally avoid GMO foods where possible. This last year I have noticed my previously fairly muscular chest has been changing. My nipples are more prominent and I am developing what I think are breasts. I think it may be partly due to the medication. But I'm not seeing any other side effects at all. After a period of concern (not "worry", though), I am now looking at my situation in a way that seems different to what seems popular. All over the internet and other places, any mention of males who develop breasts is talked about as if it is a very bad thing. As well as less qualified people, some fitness trainers, health "consultants" and medical people write about them from the viewpoint that they are bad, that the men with them should try to remove them somehow, etc. etc. etc. etc. But I feel they are part of me, my wife likes them, and so do I. At the present time I believe they are about A or B size. I don't wear a bra or nor do I need to. But if at some point in the future I have to, that is cool. I hope that men who see their bodies changing don't feel that there is something "unmanly" or wrong, but that they see it as a natural process. I'm grateful for Lisa's comment "There's a lid for every pot". To those who stand up and say to the world that it's bad, I tell them that it's just their opinion. And their opinion is not worth the time they take to spout it. Men with breasts are cool, and so are the ones without them.
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