June 12 – 18, 2017 is National Men’s Health Week. This week is observed each year leading up to Father’s Day.
It’s a reminder for men to take steps to be healthier, but they don’t have to do it ALONE!
Whether it’s your husband, partner, dad, brother, son, or friend you can help support the health and safety of the men in your life.
Age 18 -Men should have blood pressure checked every 2 – 3 years
Age 35 – Men should have cholesterol checked annually
Age 40 – Men should have blood pressure checked annually
Age 50 – Men should be screened for colon cancer
Age 55 – Men should be screened for prostate cancer
Urological symptoms not to ignore:
Pain while Urinating
Blood in Urine
To schedule an appointment, call (352) 265-8240.