Men's Health

Heart disease, stroke, and cancer are leading causes of death in men, but they present to primary care with a variety of other, often difficult-to-diagnose concerns. Take this photo quiz to test your knowledge of men’s health issues.

Men's Health

This finding could encourage more men with cardiovascular disease to remain compliant with their therapy.

And the inability to perform sexually may be linked to a range of other health problems.

Strategies to help younger men better handle “hassles” as they age, such as health problems, stress, and cognitive impairment, are recommended.

Men who take daily multivitamin supplements can reduce their risk of cataracts, according to a long-term study of nearly 15,000 male physicians.

Young men who have participated in sports at a high level have reduced disturbances in glucose regulation later in life, and the prevalence of type 2 DM is lower.

Physical activity significantly extends the lives of men who have survived cancer, according to the results of a new study.

Minor subjective memory problems are very common among men—young as well as old—a new study shows.


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