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Men's Health

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, men are more likely than women to smoke, drink, make unhealthy or risky choices, and put off regular checkups and medical care. By getting preventive screenings and regular checkups, and living a healthy lifestyle, many of the major health problems commonly affecting men, such as heart disease, cancer and sexually transmitted diseases, can be prevented or found early when the chance for successful treatment is greater.

Click on a topic to learn more about major health problems commonly affecting men:

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