1. Factors That Increase Risk Of Diabetes

    As type 2 diabetes becomes a more prevalent diagnosis a better understanding of risk factors and unhealthy lifestyle choices must at the forefront of any diabetes management plan. Type 2 diabetes can be controlled if a physician is made aware, but often this comes later down the road. This form of diabetes does not affect every person, but there are certain factors that increase the risk of develo…Read More

  2. Managing Diabetes

    As diabetes becomes a more prevalent problem, learning how to manage the disease is necessary for adults and children alike. Since type 1 and type 2 diabetes can affect men and women of any age, proper education and diabetes management programs need to be put into action at a much earlier stage in the disease. Living a long and healthy life while dealing with diabetes is not a far-fetched idea. Me…Read More

  3. What is Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes is becoming one of the most prevalent medical conditions in the United States. There are two forms of diabetes; Type 1 and Type 2. Type 2 diabetes is more common and affects millions of Americans. While Type 2 diabetes is more commonly diagnosed within the adult population it can affect men, women, and children. Many Americans that are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes have a difficult time …Read More

  4. How Heart Disease Changes Your Lifestyle

    Heart disease (or cardiovascular disease) is responsible for more deaths among men than any other disease or condition. Heart disease is a general term that encompasses many disorders of the heart and blood vessels. Cholesterol and high blood pressure are very important when looked at in regards to heart and blood vessel health. Heart disease can truly affect the way in which men will live their l…Read More

  5. Diabetes & Male Health

    Diabetes is a health problem that is on the rise. Over the years diabetes have been diagnosed in millions of Americans. Diabetes affects men and women of all ages.  Health professionals believe that diabetes is undiagnosed in millions of American men and women. Unfortunately for men, diabetes can have more negative side effects than those strictly associated with blood glucose levels. Finding a m…Read More