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TSBrotherhood Dec 14
Introduced by Scott Butnick at Shabbat services tonight, Dr. Claus Roehrborn, Chair of UT Southwestern’s Urology Department, spoke on advances over the last 20 years in prostate cancer detection and treatment.
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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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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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Kyle Hanson Jun 22
Got a lot of questions about my blue pin I was wearing on air last night, it’s for men’s health awareness month. About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. For men my age (20-34), testicular cancer is the most common cancer.
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Prime Health Jun 25
It's - what are you doing to stay healthy?
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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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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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VA Community Health Jun 22
June is Men's Health Month. It's important to have your annual wellness exam in order to stay up-to-date with your health. Visit for a listing of Community Health Centers in Virginia to schedule your wellness exam.
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Chuck Simonton Jun 27
Risk of is higher among overweight women w/poor metabolic health vs. metabolically healthy. But even with "healthy obesity," the weight is not benign. , how do you think this compares to men's obesity?
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Mary's Center Jun 26
It's and we asked some of our staff to share their tips for staying healthy. Don't forget that our highly-qualified team is here to help you take control of your medical, dental, behavioral health. Call our 24-hour appointment line, 844-796-2797, today.
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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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Mr. Marc 💎 Jul 21
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Sally Spencer-Thomas Jun 21
Goodnight and be well, my friends! Thank you so much! Parting graphics from and
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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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DrNagpal Psych Jun 28
Indian men still face stigma and doubts about their manliness when it comes addressing private sexual concerns. As doctors let’s be non judgemental and facilitate them to talk openly.
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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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NAMI Greater Orlando Jun 26
Did you know that June is Men's Health Month? Our words are powerful, let’s use them to lift others up and ensure that the men in our life are surrounded by a environment in which they can discuss their emotions without fear of judgement.
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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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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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12 Mr FTC Oct 30
I know my guys and the whole crew are like “what’s going on with 12 he looks like teen wolf?!?” Lol. I started No shave November two weeks early to honor both my grandfathers that I lost to cancer.
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