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The real man's guide to good health

Men are 24 percent less likely to go to the doctor regularly than women. Are you one of them?

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HealthPartners is teaming up with KARE 11 to bring awareness to men’s health. Together, we’re sharing how Real Men Wear Gowns – hospital gowns, that is.

Focus on heart health

Join men across the nation in February as they focus on heart health. You can prevent heart disease and heart attack by eating well, improving blood pressure and not smoking.

find out the age of your heart

Healthy living blog

Managing my blood pressure

Did you know that high blood pressure affects one in three Americans?

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Are you eating a heart-y diet?

What you eat can have a big impact on your heart health

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New study links stress and heart disease

Study identifies stress as a risk factor, akin to smoking and high blood pressure

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Make a men’s health appointment

at Park Nicollet

Call 952-977-1001


at HealthPartners

Call 952-967-7676

Am I up-to-date on care?

Find out by entering your age here.

These recommendations are based on info from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement. Wondering what care you need? Talk to your doctor. Your family’s health history may affect what care you need.

Find a doctor and schedule an appointment to get your preventive care.

Men's health specialties

Kare 11 videos

Eating healthier in 2018 - Kare 11 blog

Eating healthier in 2018

It's important not to overwhelm yourself with healthy eating.

Men and sexual health - Kare 11 blog

Men and sexual health

We're talking about something that isn't always the easiest to dive into - our sexual health.

Keeping your digestive system healthy - Kare 11 blog

Keeping your digestive system healthy

Digestive health doesn't always come up in casual conversation.

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