Men’s Health and Vitality

September 19, 2017

Some estimates suggest one in four men will experience some form of sexual health concern, such as erectile dysfunction or low testosterone, by the time they are 65. It is now believed that these sexual health issues are being linked to larger health risks including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity. In fact, multiple studies have confirmed that both erectile dysfunction and low testosterone can predict increased incidence of cardiovascular disease and the onset of diabetes.

Join Dr. Paul Coughlin with High Point Medical Center Urology as he presents information on specific health needs of men.

Thursday, September 28 at 6:00 p.m.
Millis Regional Health Education Center
600 N. Elm Street, High Point, NC 27262

To reserve your seat, call the Contact Center at 336-878-6888.

Media contacts:

Becky Kreitz, becky.kreitz@wakehealth.edu336-878-6711