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Male Pattern Hair Loss, Health Channel

Male Pattern Hair Loss

In an interview with the Health Channel, Dr. Jeffrey Epstein, a Facial Plastic Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, explains the common types of male pattern hair loss and how they can potentially be remedied.  Dr. Epstein explains that there are several variations to male hair loss. The most common variation is the recession of ...
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10 Common Conditions In Men, Health Channel

10 Common Conditions in Men

In an interview with the Health Channel, Dr. Jose Soza, a Family Medicine Physician with Baptist Health Primary Care, outlines the 10 most common health conditions men suffer from.  “Heart disease and diabetes are some of the things that I see most often in the office,” Dr. Soza explains. He goes on to say, “I ...
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Heart Disease A Threat For Men, Health Channel

Heart Disease, a Threat for Men

In an interview with the Health Channel, Dr. Manuel Torres, a Family Medicine Physician at Baptist Health Primary Care, talks about the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, heart disease. In 2013 heart disease was the cause of 1 in every 4 deaths in men, totaling 321,000 men. Half ...
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The 5 Leading Causes Of Death In Men, Health Channel

The 5 Leading Causes of Death in Men

In an interview with the Health Channel, Dr. Manuel Torres, a Family Medicine Physician at Baptist Health Primary Care, describes the leading causes of death for men and how they can be prevented.  The number one leading cause of death, not just in men but for everybody, is heart disease. “The wonderful thing about heart ...
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How does waist size affect BMI?

According to recent statistics, over two-thirds of adults in the U.S. are overweight or obese. While the “middle-age spread” is considered by many to be an inevitable aspect of aging, it should be recognized that along with an increasing waistline comes increased health risks. The development of an “apple shape” to our bodies is an ...
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