The biggest threats to men's health include heart disease, stroke, cancer, suicide, chronic lower respiratory disease and unintentional injuries. The good news is that making a few lifestyle changes can significantly lower your risk of these common killers.
And don't wait to visit your health care provider until something is seriously wrong. He or she can be your best ally for maintaining health and preventing disease.
Take control by talking with your health care provider about your risk factors. Then get serious about reducing your risk.
Here's what you need to know to live a longer, healthier life.