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Men are notorious for avoiding the doctor and ignoring unusual symptoms. This may help explain why women tend to live longer. Don't let complacency take a toll on your health.

Men's Health is increasingly coming into focus of health research, epidemiology, health care organization, and health policy. Over the past years have been published by some countries and the Men's Health reports where problems of health noted in men. Starting point for a scientific study of men's health is the category of Men's Health.

Everyone knows the importance of a healthy lifestyle. If you have a busy schedule, you may find it hard to make time for regular exercise or find yourself eating a lot of takeout and junk food. But you can't afford to be passive about your health. Take a proactive approach by following these basic health tips for men. Schedule yearly checkups with your doctor and keep these appointments. Your doctor can help monitor your weight, blood pressure, and the level of cholesterol in your blood. Excess weight, high blood pressure, and high blood cholesterol are risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Your doctor can recommend lifestyle changes, medications, or other treatments to help get your weight, blood pressure, and blood cholesterol under control.

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