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Knowledge is power! If you are a man fifty or older, you owe it to yourself to send for this Special Health Report today!
By the time you reach 50, your heart has beaten more than one-and-a-half billion times. Your lungs have taken over 400 million breaths. You've laughed, loved, won, and lost.
One thing you never want to lose is your health. The human body is a durable machine. It operates without interruption, day after day, year after year. But are you taking the right steps to keep this vital machine as healthy as possible through mid-life and beyond?
Men's Health: Fifty and Forward is a timely, comprehensive, and instructive maintenance manual for men 50 and older. It provides targeted information to help you avert, or at least minimize, the potential effects of age-related diseases and disorders.
The report highlights those lifestyle choices and health check-ups that contribute to enduring health and greater longevity. In Men's Health: Fifty and Forward, Harvard Medical School doctors distill the latest medical findings into practical recommendations that you can incorporate into your daily life and give your body the attention it needs and deserves.
You'll read about the five key risk factors for heart disease you can control, the surprising (and avoidable) lung cancer risk factor that has nothing to do with smoking, four ways to lessen the odds of a stroke, and a daily habit that can help protect you from both diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
The report will brief you on ways to manage, treat, and even prevent ailments that cause aches, anxiety, and embarrassment. You'll find out how to reduce the pain of arthritis, the best remedies for low back pain, and strategies for dealing with cataracts, coping with depression, and overcoming erectile dysfunction.
How often should you have a cholesterol test? A bone density screening? A colonoscopy? Should you even have a PSA test? What about getting the shingles vaccine or a tetanus booster? The report will tell you. You'll get tips for building more physical activity into your life, eating smarter, getting a better night's sleep, and more.
Your body has been good to you. Return the favor. Order your copy of this Special Health Report today!
To your good health,
Anthony Komaroff, M.D.
Harvard Medical School offers special reports on over 50 health topics.
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Discover the smart, sensible, and achievable steps you can take right now to ensure a healthier and longer life.