More than half of adult men in the United States have high blood pressure, yet 1 in 3 are unaware of it. Blood pressure is an important indicator of overall health and well-being. Let’s find out more about men’s blood pressure, including how and why it differs from women, and some recommended ways to manage and maintain healthy blood pressure levels. Understanding these differences can help men make informed decisions about their health and encourage proactive measures to prevent hypertension and related health problems. Robert Pilchik, M.D., a board-certified cardiologist with Manhattan Cardiology in New York City, focused on why blood pressure is so important and how it relates to testosterone levels in men. Read the article.