Celebrated annually during the week ending on Father’s Day as recognized in the USA, Men’s Health Week this year is being marked from June 13-19 and honours the importance of the health and wellness of boys and men. It raises awareness to educate the public about what can be done to improve the state of men’s health while providing free
Prostate cancer. High cholesterol. Blood pressure issues. Colon cancer. In the past these might have been considered concerns for the older male population alone. But new studies, and new screening techniques are highlighting the need for men to check in regularly with their physician to maintain good health.
“Previously, age 50 was sort of the magic number to come in
With our busy lives, it can be easy to let things slip – even something as important as our health.
And, according to Dr Luke Pratsides, lead GP at Numan (numan.com), “Men are notoriously bad at looking after their health.”
For Pratsides, there are a few reasons behind this. One is knowledge, with the GP saying: “Men tend to be
Lafayette, La (KADN)– The month of June is Men’s Health Month. The two leading causes of death for men in the U.S. is cancer and heart disease, but preventative care can help.
Raising awareness regarding the need for men to have healthy lifestyles is critical to their well-being. One phlebotomist says one trip for a screening and regular health
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Canada’s men’s national soccer team went on a strike over player compensation ahead of a friendly against Panama on Sunday.
Westhead shared a copy of the letter outlining the players’ requests, which includes a 40 percent share of World Cup prize money:
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This is the “Dear Canada” letter released by Canada’s national men’s
It probably comes as no surprise that there are notable differences in the health of men compared to women. But when you take a closer look at the statistics outlining this health disparity, it can be quite alarming. For example, the average life span for men is about five years less than women, and there’s been a gradual increase in
June is Men’s Health Month! According to recent studies, only 40% of
men seek treatment when they worry something is wrong with their health.
And while good health habits can feel daunting at first, all men can benefit
from focusing on these three key areas of wellness:
According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 450,000
Burbank resident Al Lira put on his ‘Sunday’s Best’ for a local classic motorcycle ride on May 22, 2022, for a very important cause to him, the fight against Prostate Cancer and Suicide.