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Mental Health NIMH Jun 29
Men and women experience many of the same mental disorders but their willingness to talk about their feelings, and their symptoms may be very different. For , learn more about the signs and symptoms of mental illness in men:
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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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Dis-Chem Nov 16
Man your prostrate! It is Men’s Health Month. The Dis-Chem Wellness Clinic and Lancet Laboratories are offering Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) testing for R120 at a Dis-Chem near you!
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Levar M. Stoney Jun 26
challenge accepted! That’s me (in the yellow)👇🏿 I challenge you to wear a gown and encourage men in our region and statewide to schedule their yearly checkup!
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Viet Le MPAS PA-C, AACC Jul 1
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Nate Stone Feb 8
Men with higher levels of are said to have skin with a “healthy glow” this glow is something that women are said to be attracted to. Higher T improves mens & wider as whole, including mass & -
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Viet Le MPAS PA-C, AACC Nov 2
Was challenged by my wife to “walk the walk” for . Ok. Went in for my “annual physical”. Now the blood draw. ?
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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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Uni of Leicester Nov 1
Students and staff visiting our Men’s Health Stall on campus today can sign up for , plus pick up info and freebies on men’s health issues.
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Nate Stone Feb 11
There are links to men with higher having a higher immune system. So the benefits of having higher T aren’t just related to your like getting greater mass & -
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NCQA Jun 25
We couldn't agree more! In fact, we'll go a step further and say that mental health treatment and care should be a part of primary care when you visit your doctor! This is critical especially during considering men are less likely to seek help!
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RACGP Nov 1
The stoic male stereotype prevents men being able to share their despair with others who may be able to provide some perspective: Dr James Antoniadis says some men's inability to recognise & discuss emotions can lead to despair & isolation
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Stand Up To Cancer Jun 26
As comes to a close, here's a checklist men can use to take responsibility of their health! cc:
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Kirk Feyereisen Jun 29
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HHS.gov Jun 29
As June comes to a close this weekend, remember these important health tips and information we shared this month for , , and .
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FDA Tobacco Jun 27
67% of current adult male smokers want to stop smoking completely. Find resources to help you quit:
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womenshealth.gov Jul 2
Good mental health is as important as oxygen. In honor of , OWH Acting Director Nicole Greene discusses the importance of encouraging men to speak openly about their mental health.
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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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Prime Health Jun 25
It's - what are you doing to stay healthy?
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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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