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Mark Stephan, MD, director of Family Medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, is not surprised by this alarming statistic. “Men’s health is just as important as women’s health yet men more often shy away from the doctor,” says Dr. Stephan. “Men have changing health concerns that require medical attention during different stages of their lives.”
Health screenings men should consider during each stage of life include:
“With new research findings concerning men’s health screenings such as prostate cancer, many are confused as to which tests they should undergo and when they should be screened,” says Dr. Stephan. “It is important for men to speak with their primary care physician about what tests are recommended by age, hereditary risk, and lifestyle. They should never hold off from seeing a doctor if they have symptoms.”