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Kaiser Permanente Jun 28
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death for men in the U.S. While both men & women experience , men are less likely to recognize, talk about & seek treatment. Talk to your doctor about depression.
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IndianHealthService Jun 29
Poor oral health can influence general health, particularly . Heart disease is the #1 killer of men. This , come join IHS Division of Oral Health as we work with American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Learn more at
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Carl E. Heastie Sep 24
September marks Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Remember to , early detection saves lives.
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AAD Jun 29
Research has shown that women are NINE times more likely than men to notice on others. Check your partner’s skin. You could save his life.
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Environmental Health Perspectives Jun 29
Chronic arsenic exposure may be a risk factor for prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men. In a 2016 EHP paper, investigators explored a potential mechanism to explain the association.
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Lupus Research Jun 29
Men with lupus have a more complex clinical course than women. Some studies have shown that kidney failure, central nervous system and vascular diseases are more common in men when compared to women.
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Kevin Romeo Jun 25
At public urinals: 1. Never speak audible words 2. No whistling, whistle boy. 3. look straight ahead 4. limit communication to a single head nod If absolutely necessary 5. Never stand next to someone if it can be avoided 6. wash your dang hands
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Kirk Feyereisen Jun 29
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Ydanis Rodriguez Sep 18
September is : About 60% of diagnoses are found in men older than age 65. is key to survival when talking about prostate cancer.
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Sligo CTC Jun 27
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Bernard J.Tyson, CEO Jun 29
This was a good reminder to stay on top of my health. Taking part in preventive health is one of the best things I’ve done for myself.
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A CALL TO MEN Jun 27
Men are socialized to suffer in silence and react in anger. If we promote a healthy, respectful manhood we will reverse this statistic.
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A CALL TO MEN Jun 25
4 ways men can live a healthy, respectful manhood for #4 Listen to women, validate their experiences and embrace female relationships
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ACOG Jun 28
New study in the suggests that women whose partner quit smoking around the time of conception had an 18% lower risk of miscarriage than those whose smoking partner didn’t quit.
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AAD Jun 26
More and more men are making their skin care routines a priority. Learn what men can do to get healthy, younger-looking skin:
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Bill Lecher Jun 29
June is Got my annual physical yesterday. Men get annual physicals half the rate as women, and life shorter, sicker lives. Men - get checked. Women - encourage your fathers, partners and sons to get checked. promoting
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Harris County Public Health Jun 28
Pack a healthy lunch for work or add avocadoes instead of fries for a side dish! Small changes to your diet will make a big difference in your health.
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Sandy Hook Promise Jun 26
"These high-profile men have delivered a massive blow to the dangerous idea that mental health is a reflection of a person’s character. Or strength. Or worth."
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APA Public Interest Directorate Jun 30
Why do Black men live 6 years less than their White counterparts? What can we do to eliminate this grim disparity? Read more about 's new report recommendations
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Penn Medicine Jun 30
“Now, with improved imaging technology with MRI, we can obtain more targeted biopsies of the prostate to improve our accuracy in diagnosing cancer,” explained Dr. Harryhill. Learn more:
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