June is National Men’s Health Month and is a great time to celebrate the men in our lives by reminding them to take care of their health. Men live an average of five years less than women and more men than women die of the leading causes of death, such as heart disease and cancer. With this being said, men are also less likely to see their doctor for routine checkups. So, come on guys—make that appointment and talk to your provider about any physical or mental problems you may be experiencing and remember to schedule those routine preventative screenings, like colonoscopies and prostate exams. Also, be sure that you are getting enough rest, eating a healthy diet, and exercising regularly. Take care of yourselves so you can be happier, healthier husbands, fathers, brothers, uncles, and sons!