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Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Age
Certain lifestyle habits can help protect the brain over time. These strategies can help you take care of your brain.

Holding On to Stress Raises Risk for Health Problems a Decade Later
Stress happens. But how you cope with it may impact your health in the long run.

Make the Most of Medicare’s Yearly Wellness Visit
An annual wellness visit can help you stay your healthiest. It’s a chance for you and your provider to talk about preventing disease or catching it early, when treatment works best.

Men: Do You Have Low Testosterone?
Learning about low testosterone may help you determine whether you could have the condition and what you should do about it.

The New Battle of the Sexes: Diabetes Strikes Men and Women Differently
Understanding the unique ways diabetes affects each gender is important. Discussing them with your doctor can help you take control of your health.

Is Prostate Cancer Screening Right for You?
Doctors can test the PSA level in your blood. Higher PSA levels increase the likelihood of having prostate cancer.

How Belly Fat Is Sabotaging Your Health
Storing most of your fat around your waist, rather than at your hips, puts you at higher risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Robots to the Rescue: Robotic Prostatectomy
Robots help surgeons treat cancer. It may sound like a science fiction movie. But for men facing prostate cancer, it can be a real-life scene.

Men: Get Ahead of Stress
Stress at work is contributing to higher death rates among men with cardiometabolic disease—a group of conditions that includes heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.

Is Prostate Cancer Screening Right for You?
A national screening guideline group says that prostate cancer screening is a personal decision men between ages 55 and 69 and their doctors should make together.

Why Your PSA Might Be Rising
An elevated protein-specific antigen (PSA) blood test result can be a warning sign of prostate cancer. But other factors can also cause your PSA to climb.

Is Your Antidepressant Working for You?
If you’re depressed, taking an antidepressant can be a big step toward feeling better.
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