Male Health

This is a comprehensive Male health panel includes a Free Health Management System, many blood tests and  bio-parameters. Optional one year enrollment into Wellness Program:

 

 

Male Health     $79.95

 

Health risk factors

From 1900 through 2007, life expectancy at birth increased from 46 to 75 years for men. Life expectancy at age 65 rose from 12 to 17 years among men during this period. (Source: Health,United States, 2009)

Between 1990 and 2007, life expectancy at birth increased 3.5 years for males. The gap in life expectancy between males and females narrowed from 7.0 years in 1990 to 5.1 years in 2007. (Source:Health, United States, 2009)

Despite advances in life expectancy, males are still at increased risk for certain conditions and diseases, including the following:

Chronic Disease Issues

  • In 2006, 315,706 men died from heart disease, the leading cause of death for men in the United States. (Source: Men and Heart Disease)
  • Heart disease and cancer are the top two leading causes of death for males of all races. (Source:Deaths: Leading Causes for 2006)
  • The most commonly diagnosed cancers among men include cancers of the prostate, lung, colon and rectum, and bladder. (Source: Top 10 Cancers among Men)
  • In 2007, smoking prevalence was higher among men (22.3%) than women (17.9%). (Source:Cigarette Smoking among Adults- U.S., 2007)