It is estimated that 1 in 4 men will experience some form of sexual health concern, such as erectile dysfunction or low testosterone, by the time they are 65. Today, 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 ED and low testosterone can predict increased incidence or cardiovascular disease and onset of diabetes.
The Men's Health and Vitality Program is a unique program focused on specific health-related challenges and designed to help men live a longer, happier and healthier life. We believe that sexual health is an important barometer of overall well-being for men and understand that problems in this area do not occur in a vacuum.
The Men's Health and Vitality Program treats all male sexual health issues and incorporates additional health assessments and recommendations to identify undetected risks and improve your overall vitality. Think of it as "better sex through better health."
The Johns Hopkins Men's Health & Vitality Program
Dr. Kevin Billups discusses the Johns Hopkins Men's Health & Vitality Program and the state of men's health in America.
Why Come to the Men's Health & Vitality Program?
Learn more about a program that focuses exclusively on men's health -- and why you should schedule an appointment.