Men's Health

Know Your Risk for Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States. That’s why all adults aged 50 and older — and some younger adults, depending on their risk factors — should receive regular colorectal screenings, including a colonoscopy. Take a free online risk assessment from Tanner now to know your risk.

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Are You Young at Heart?
Take a free online heart risk assessment — developed with input from the team of board-certified cardiologists at Tanner Heart Care — to determine your risk for cardiovascular disease. You’ll learn if you’re at low, moderate or high risk, and whether your heart is as healthy as a 30-year-old (or decrepit as an 80-year-old), as well as the evidence-based steps you can take now to improve your heart health.
 
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When Is the Flu an Emergency?
In most cases, your body will fight off the flu and you’ll feel better within a few days or up to two weeks. For some people, however, the virus can lead to serious, life-threatening complications. How do you know when it's time to seek help?

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More U.S. Men Holding Off on Prostate Cancer Surgery

TUESDAY, Feb. 12, 2019 -- Many more American men are now saying no to surgery for low-risk prostate cancer, and choosing to monitor the disease instead, a new study finds.

Over just five years, researchers found, the number of men who opted for monitoring tripled -- from 14 percent of patients in 2010, to 42 percent in 2015.

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