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Men and woman ARE different. For your convenience, in Spotlight on Men's Health, we provide clickable links to articles which are specific to men's health concerns. From time to time, we will also publish additional articles regarding important men's health issues and list them here.

Of course, many of the articles on the Health Alerts website are of interest to both men and women – for example arthritis, heart health, and diabetes to name just a few topics. We hope you’ll take the time to browse through the column listing at the right and click on all articles that interest you.

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