In a recent survey, almost 70% of American men said they it's easier to care for their cars than their personal health. And 40% said they would be more likely to address issues with their car than their health.
The survey of 501 men, aged 45 to 65, and their spouses or partners, was done as part of a national campaign launched by Men's Health Network and the drug company Abbott Laboratories. It revealed that 28% of men do not visit the doctor regularly, and more than 40% of the women questioned said they are worried about their husband's or partner's health.
I don't know why. It sounds to me like at least 40% of American men have got their priorities straight. (Hat tip to cdoggyd!)