Men over the age of 60 can receive an ultrasound screening to determine their risk for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) syndrome, which  can lead to an aneurysm or internal bleeding in the abdominal region.

Men can be screened for drinking problems based on current alcohol consumption and receive counseling on how to drink less or quit drinking completely.

Men aged age 45 to 79 can lower the risk for heart attack and stroke by taking aspirin daily.

High blood pressure can lead to heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Men can receive blood pressure screening to determine their level of risk, and learn how to combat and lower high blood pressure.

High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease. Cholesterol screening can lead to early treatment and solutions for lowering high cholesterol levels.

Men over the age of 50 can receive screening for colorectal cancer, which is cancer of the colon or rectum. Early detection can lead to early treatment and removal of cancerous polyps.

Men can get screened for depression and receive treatment that may include prescription drugs, counseling, and more.

Men with high blood pressure can be screened for type 2 diabetes and learn how to prevent, delay, or reverse their condition if diagnosed.

Men at higher risk of chronic disease can reduce their risk by learning how to enrich their diet with fruits, vegetables, lean meats, nuts, and other healthy foods, while also learning how to limit foods high in fat and cholesterol that can lead to heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and more.

HIV is a virus that can eventually develop into AIDS. Adults between the ages of 15 and 65 can get screened for HIV and learn how treatment can extend their life if they are diagnosed.

Men can get vaccinated to protect themselves from seasonal flu, pneumonia, measles, tetanus, and other communicable diseases.

Men can be screened for obesity based on their body mass index (BMI) and learn how to maintain their health, or lose weight and become healthier through diet and exercise.

Men can receive counseling and learn how to prevent exposure to sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.

Men can be screened for syphilis and learn more about treatment options for the disease.

Men are eligible for tobacco use screening, and tobacco users can also receive assistance and support with quitting so they can become healthier.