Friday, March 4, 2011

Memo to Men: To Live Longer, Take Better Care of Your Body

(HealthDay News) -- As a general rule, men take lousy care of their health.

They shrug off injuries. They hate going to the doctor for anything. They pay little heed to warning signs for major health issues.

And the results of all that manliness are evident in the statistics. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:

One in five American men has heart disease.
One in three adult men in the United States has high blood pressure.
Three in four American men are overweight.
Men overall are less healthy and have a shorter life span than women, according to the Men's Health Network, a national nonprofit group that promotes healthy living for men. And more than half of all premature deaths among men are preventable. Read more...

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