If your PSA is high, would you tell your son? Not if you’re like most American dads, a Cleveland Clinic survey finds. But modeling and discussing healthy behaviors will help your son. Have a medical condition? MENtion it.
At risk for diabetes? Overdue for that colonoscopy? Keeping up with health screenings an make all the difference in a man’s future health. Use this guide to discover which screenings you need, and when.
If you believe the ads, increased testosterone levels through testosterone therapy will make you sexier. More muscular. More energetic. More likely to drive a cool car. But testosterone therapy is not for everyone.
Talking about sports or work is a breeze for guys. But most men keep their health worries private. Explore tips from our experts and learn why you should confide in your doctor when you first notice symptoms.
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To feel good as you get older, it’s important to be knowledgeable about the risks that naturally rise with age. You also need to be willing to embrace preventive, healthy habits. Find tips specifically geared toward men.
It’s not unusual for a patient to ask if men can get breast cancer, and the answer to the question is yes. In 2017, about 2,470 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed, and about 460 men will die from breast cancer.
In general, whatever is healthy for your body is also healthy for sperm quality. Find out more about how a man’s overall health relates to his fertility.
The good news is that most men survive this cancer.
As soon as a man begins experiencing ED, he should see his primary care physician. The first order of business is to look for risk factors for heart disease.
Disparities in health care often are thought to be the result of poverty and a related lack of access to quality health care. But clinical experience and research show that this is overly simplistic.