From skipping important health screenings to avoiding a visit to the doctor altogether, results from a survey released by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) indicate men continue to fall short when it comes to managing their personal health.
The AAFP recently surveyed 2,282 men and women across the country about their health behaviors. Among the findings: More than half (55%) of all men surveyed have not seen their primary care physician for a physical exam within the past year.
Results of the poll conducted by the AAFP.
Information about family physicians and the speciality of family medicine.
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Men and Preventive Health