Macho men less likely to get routine medical care

08/12/2009 | Yahoo!

A survey of 1,000 middle-aged men found those who have traditional beliefs about masculinity are half as likely as other men to get routine medical care. The research didn't indicate whether ideas about masculinity directly cause men to avoid medical care or what the impact might be on men's health.

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