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As Men’s Health Month draws to a close, we want to draw attention to year-round reasons to raise awareness about preventable health problems, early detection and treatment of disease, and ways to improve overall well-being for men and boys.
All adults are advised to take conscious steps to stay healthy and prevent disease through regular medical checkups, good nutrition and regular exercise. Women can support men’s health, and vice versa.
In recognition of Men’s Health Month, here are some tips from our friends at U.S. Preventive Medicine, who gave us permission to use material from their post on Men’s Health Month:
Here are a few suggestions:
While this advice may sound simple, consistency is the key. Most older men who have committed themselves to a lifetime of regular medical checkups, good nutrition, and physical and mental fitness will tell you it has helped improve their quality of life over the long haul.
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