1. Not Feeling Like Yourself?

    It is not atypical for men of a certain age to start feeling a little different. Sometimes this change is due to increased stress, decreased exercises, etc. Other times this change is due to abnormally low testosterone levels. While most men over the age of 30 years old will experience a slight decline in the natural production of testosterone, most of the time the effects are not noticeable. When…Read More

  2. Is Medication Necessary for Cholesterol Management?

    Unusually high levels of Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) can negatively affect the health of men and women of any age. High cholesterol (high LDL and low HDL levels) is one of the biggest factors that can be controlled when it comes to coronary artery disease of any kind. High levels of LDL can also lead to blocked arteries, stroke, and heart attacks. Individuals that have been diagnosed with high …Read More

  3. Medically Monitored Weight Loss Programs

    Losing weight can be an arduous process for individuals that have dealt with fad diets over the years. Crash diets and fad diet programs can lead to frustration when the weight is put back on. Often times the individuals that are looking to drop weight for health reasons do not know where to start. Having the right team supporting an individual through their weight loss program will lead to succes…Read More

  4. The Future of Healthcare: Health Monitoring Devices

    It is no secret that we live in a technologically advanced world. People are investing tons of time, energy, and money into improving technology to make our lives easier. On the other hand technology also allows people to become reliant on electronics. Instant gratification is also another side-effect of advanced technology. Americans are looking to get things done in a timely and efficient manner…Read More

  5. Low Testosterone: Can It Affect Young Men?

    It is a common misconception that low testosterone only affects men over the age of 50. In fact, young men can also be affected by low testosterone. Testosterone is the most important male sexual hormone and is responsible for many of the secondary sexual characteristics of men. Young and older males can be affected by either of the forms of hypogonadism; primary or secondary. When males begin to …Read More

  6. Terms of Disqualification Through the DOT

    Obtaining a license from the Department of Transportation requires a full physical and medical clearance every 2 years. For certain people, their medical conditions will only allow for a temporary licensure while other medical conditions may ultimately disqualify them completely from receiving their license through the Department of Transportation. A Department of Transportation physical must be c…Read More

  7. Causes of High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is a major concern for both men and women. High blood pressure can affect many aspects of a man’s health. Often times there is no identifiable reason (essential hypertension) as to why blood pressure has risen. Other times people who are experiencing underlying conditions will also experience high blood pressure (secondary hypertension). For those who are experiencing side ef…Read More

  8. Managing Cholesterol

    Uncontrolled cholesterol levels can be extremely dangerous to the overall health of a male or a female. This waxy substance that is found within the blood can begin to build up along the walls of blood vessels. When bad cholesterol (LDL) levels are too high it can lead to completely blocked blood vessels. One important thing to note is that the body does need cholesterol in order to function corre…Read More

  9. Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    Millions of American men are affected by low testosterone levels. While most men who are affected by low testosterone are over the age of 50, men of all ages can be diagnosed with low testosterone. Testosterone levels are incredibly important to the overall health of a male. Low testosterone levels will cause a diminished sex drive, low energy levels, low motivation, increased weight gain, and muc…Read More

  10. Understanding Cholesterol

    Cholesterol management is an important overall aspect of men’s health. Cholesterol levels are checked via blood tests and interpreted by a qualified medical professional. Understanding how cholesterol affects overall health can be simple once you understand the role that cholesterol plays in the human body. Cholesterol can be broken up into two separate categories; high density lipoproteins and …Read More