Testicular cancer is most common among males ages 15-34. Monthly self-exams can help detect it early. Talk to your doctor about risk factors and prevention. 19.6% of UC male students reported performing a testicular self-exam in the last 30 days.
Risky Business: Studies show that college men take more risks than college women. College men are more likely to drive dangerously or recklessly, drive drunk, not use a seatbelt, binge drink, have more sexual partners, have sex while intoxicated, smoke or use drugs, get into physical fights, have unprotected sex, carry weapons, engage in risky work or travel, and not use sunscreen. Additionally, studies show that men only go to the doctor when they are extremely sick causing them to miss out on preventative care.