Men's Health

Know Your Risk for Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer 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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‘Avoid | Deny | Defend’ Event to Teach Fundamentals on Surviving an Active Shooter  
An active shooter can happen anywhere. Register for a free event on May 10 to learn the fundamentals of surviving an active shooter situation.

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Men's Health

Young men who survive testicular cancer may need to worry about more than a return of their disease: A new study suggests they also face greater heart risks down the road.

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Men's Health

Lots of older men may think that feeling better and maintaining muscle is simply a matter of taking in more protein.

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Men's Health

Here's one way to cut the cost of a $10,000-a-month prostate cancer drug: Take it with food, some researchers suggest.

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Men's Health

If you worry about catching a nasty infection when you fly, a new study suggests your risk boils down to exactly how close you are to that sick passenger.

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Men's Health

A trip to the barbershop could hold the key to not only looking good, but also feeling good.

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Men's Health

Just a few minutes of exercise a day -- even light workouts -- can reduce an older man's risk of early death, a new British study claims.

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