For Men Only – Staying Well After 50

health checks after 50 In the United States, the average life expectancy of a woman is about 81 years while men are expected to live on average untilåÊage 76. While there are many reasons why this may be the case, here‰Ûªs one to consider ‰ÛÒ proactive disease prevention. Compared to women, men make onlyåÊhalf as many preventive care visits to the doctor and are significantly more likely to suffer from things like heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Preventive visits are critical once you hit the age 50. Check out this list of five key testsåÊthat health experts recommend for men after age 50. Thanks to GoHealth for this infographic.