Some say men take better care of their cars than they do themselves. But at least a car comes with an owner's manual telling you when scheduled service is due.
Few health maintenance issues are as predictable as tire rotations and oil changes. But attention to just a few basic health issues can go a long way. Since you can't trade yourself in, it's well worth it to leaf through WebMD's health maintenance and checkup tips for men.
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Under the Affordable Care Act, many health insurance plans will cover preventive care services, including checkups, vaccinations and screening tests, at no cost to you. Learn more.
Don't expect to feel symptoms of high blood pressure. Until hypertension's daily pounding of your arteries has damaged your body, you won't notice a thing. Normal blood pressure is less than 120/80, and medicines are prescribed for pressures of 140/90 and higher.