1. How Low Testosterone Can Negatively Affect The Body

    Low testosterone is a major problem that can affect men of all ages. While a natural decline in overall testosterone production is normal for men over 30, abnormal drops in testosterone may affect the body. Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in the male body and is incredibly important to overall health. While many people understand that low testosterone can affect a male's sex drive, that is…Read More

  2. Standards for Safe Weight Loss

    One of the most common questions that men will ask their physicians at Men’s Vitality Clinic in Tucson is how they can safely lose weight. Weight loss can change the lives of so many people. Excess weight can lead to many different health problems including diabetes, heart disease, and joint problems. Physicians will offer Tucson men’s health services that fall in line with safe weight loss. W…Read More

  3. Health Monitoring Devices and the Evolution of Medicine

    Physicians have a difficult job with  following the health and well-being of all of their patients. Many of these individuals have chronic diseases and illnesses that need monitoring on a daily basis. Periodic monitoring can become pricey and time-consuming the longer that a disease or illness continues. Physicians have been looking for a way to monitor their high-risk patients without having the…Read More

  4. Sleep Apnea: Major Medical Concern

    Sleep apnea is a medical condition that affects breathing during sleep. Sleep apnea is qualified as shallow, uneven, or interrupted breathing. When the breathing pattern is interrupted and then starts again suddenly, it may cause an individual to wake with a start. Sleep apnea may also cause excessive daytime sleepiness. Unfortunately this medical condition can go unnoticed because it cannot be di…Read More

  5. What You Need To Know About CDL Physicals

    A CDL license is given to commercial drivers by the Department of Transportation. In order to receive a license from the Department of Transportation, all drivers must take (and pass) a strict physical examination. This physical examination must be completed every 24 months. These physicals can only be completed by an approved Department of Transportation medical examiner. To receive your men’s …Read More

  6. Your Health Can Affect Your DOT License

    The Department of Transportation sets strict parameters that each of their licensed drivers must meet in order to keep their licenses up to date. Every 24 months (on average) every driver must take a physical examination that meets the criteria set forth by the Department of Transportation. These women’s and men’s health physicals in Tucson and other cities must be complete by licensed medical…Read More

  7. Department of Transportation Physicals: What You Need to Know

    Department of Transportation physicals are a highly specialized physical examination that is required by the Department of Transportation. Each driver that is licensed through the Department of Transportation must pass this physical (on average) every 24 months. While the physical qualifications may be specialized, the medical examination can be completed by any healthcare professional that is qua…Read More

  8. The Normal Aging Process and Effect on Testosterone

    The majority of men that suffer from low testosterone are over the age of 40. Testosterone production tends to decrease as part of the normal aging process. Naturally decreased testosterone levels will not negatively affect men unless the levels fall well below normal. Many men who suffer from hypogonadism (abnormally low testosterone production) do not visit their physician until they suffer the …Read More

  9. Difference Between Primary and Secondary Hypogonadism

    Low testosterone is a medical problem that affects only the male population. While many American men are affected by low testosterone, many do not talk about it. Aside from it being an “embarrassing” problem, a lot of individuals do not really understand why they have been affected by low testosterone. Low testosterone is also known as “hypogonadism” and low testosterone can be linked to p…Read More

  10. Understanding the Basics of Prostate Cancer

    The prostate is a walnut shaped gland of the male reproductive system. It’s located just under the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate surrounds the urethra. The prostate is incredibly important for male reproduction. The prostate helps with the production of semen that is essential for carrying sperm through the urethra. When the prostate is affected by cancer, it can not only affe…Read More