Men's Health (cont.)
Helpful Reading on Men's Conditions
Basic Problems That Cause Death and Disability in Men References
CDC.gov. Leading Causes of Death in Males United States, 2006.
CDC.gov. Pneumococcal Disease In-Short.
CDC.gov. Life expectancy at birth, at 65 years of age, and at 75 years of age, by race and sex: United States, selected years 1900-2007.
CDC.gov. Lung Cancer Risk Factors.
National Kidney Foundation.org. Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
MedTerms.com. Prostate gland.
MedscapeReference.com. Prostate Cancer.
MedicineNet.com. Benign Prostate Hyperplasia.
Cancer.gov. General Information About Prostate Cancer.
MedicineNet.com. Circumcision the Surgical Procedure.
MedicineNet.com. Circumcision The Medical Pros and Cons.
Male Sexual Development References
Erectile Dysfunction References
MedscapeReference.com. Erectile Dysfunction.
MedscapeReference.com. Physiology of Erectile Dysfunction.
MedscapeReference.com. History Taking in the Erectile Dysfunction Patient.
Low Testosterone References
MedicineNet.com. Low Testosterone (Low T)
WebMD.com. How Low Testosterone Can Affect Your Sex Drive.
National Institutes of Health. X-Plain Low Testosterone Reference Summary.
Medically reviewed by Joseph Palermo, DO; American Osteopathic Board Certified Internal Medicine
CDC.gov.. Sleep and Sleep Disorders.
CDC.gov. Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking.
healthfinder.gov. Men: Take Charge of Your Health.
MedlinePlus.gov. Men's Health.
MedicineNet.com. Healthy Living.
United States. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. Healthy Eating Plan.
WebMD.com. Smoking and Heart Disease.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/23/2015
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