As a man, you have a higher risk of dying from heart disease and other top causes of death than women do.1 The good news is that when you’re proactive about your health, you can prevent many of these major health risks to stay strong and healthy in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond. Heart
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In an average adult, the brain makes up only two percent of body mass. However, about 20 percent of the body’s energy helps your brain function. Eating nutrient-rich foods provides that energy to help your brain function well and protect against brain-related diseases. Like most organs, the brain generates energy in a part of the
Eat Bone-Supporting Foods Exercise Regularly Get the Right Nutrients Osteoporosis can make your bones become more fragile. Your body isn’t replacing old bone with new bone, so you have an increased risk of fractures with this condition. Even something simple like bending over can damage your bones.1 Men and women are both at risk for
Your immune system works hard to protect you against infections. Your organs, cells, and proteins work together to fight these invaders, called pathogens.1 Pathogens are microbes that cause disease. These tiny things live all around us, but we can’t see them.2 While some are important for your health, other microbes can make you sick. The
One recent study found that almost 57 percent of patients admitted to hospitals with Covid-19 in New York City had high blood pressure. 1 High blood pressure can underlie many other health conditions, including vision loss, heart failure, and sexual dysfunction.2 Sometimes called a silent killer, hypertension or high blood pressure can occur for years