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© Lucas Botin (2019-08-30)
Adult Male Health  Do you know the top male health threats? The list is surprisingly short — including heart disease, cancer and sexual dysfunctions. Thankfully, most men's health threats are largely preventable. Make healthy lifestyle choices, such as eating a healthy diet and including physical activity in your daily routine.

It's also important to manage risky behavior, such as drinking too much and engaging in casual sex. Of course, common-sense precautions — such as using safety ladders and wearing a seat belt — count, too.

As you get older, your adult male health concerns are likely to change. Could a beer gut lead to health problems? Is male menopause a myth or a true men's health issue? Could testosterone therapy help you feel young again? Get answers to these and other men's health questions. 

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