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Zubair Abdulahi Jun 16
Today is the last day of the , you should get your hands on today's The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper. I wrote an article on the top causes of preventable deaths to men in Nigeria and gave tips on how to stay healthy and live longer. RT for awareness dears ❤️
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Iain Adams 🔶 Jun 14
75% of suicides in the UK are men It's the biggest cause of death in men under 45 Take care of your mental health Make sure your friends are okay If you're struggling to cope, talk to someone Awareness leads to change
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Iain Adams 🔶 Jun 16
It's Men die younger, are more likely to get cancer, more likely to commit suicide and more likely to die prematurely from heart disease. They're also far less likely to visit a GP. Look after your health, both physical and mental. And look after each other.
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MentalHealthMillion Jun 14
Fellas, your mental health is equally as important as your physical health, the 2 are intrinsically linked. It's ok to see a Doc if you feel mentally unwell too, men suffer with mental illness, eating disorders & suicide, just as they can suffer physical sickness.
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Iain Adams 🔶 Jun 15
1 in 5 men dies before age 65 75% of premature deaths from heart disease are male Middle-aged men are twice as likely to have diabetes Men are more likely to get cancer Men are less likely to visit a GP or pharmacy Awareness leads to change
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Stephen Burrell Jun 14
There are 4 hours to go until our short survey on the impact of gender norms on men and boys in the UK closes. If you do any form of work with men and/or boys and you haven't filled it out yet, now is your last chance to add your views! 🖊️
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D Jun 15
Turning 21 on Monday, my business is booming, and my mental health is better than ever. Thought I’d leave this here so you can see for yourself how my body is doing too.
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Men's Health Forum Jun 14
ends tomorrow but the work to change these stats won’t stop. Thanks to all those who are making a difference.
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Cancer Council Aust. Jun 14
17,000 Aussie men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. 💔 But with 👉YOUR👈support, our researchers are helping survivors maintain a good quality of life. This learn about the impact we're making together on men's health.
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Hashi, MD Jun 14
This year from 10th to 16th June, the world is celebrating International Men's Health Week ( ). The aim of this week is to increase awareness of health issues among men and help them recognize it.
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Unsinkable Jun 15
If someone is diagnosed with cancer, we band together and run marathons, wear pink, shave heads, donate money, and grow moustaches. This support is both necessary and heartwarming, but the truth is it’s easier because we’re not as afraid to talk about cancer.
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Kaleidoscope Plus Jun 20
In 2017, 5,821 suicides were recorded in Great Britain, of these 75% were males. Suicide represents the largest cause of death for men under 50. Lets talk this , lets make a change...
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UConn Health Jun 16
Whether you have a dad or are a dad, remember these key numbers that help keep guys in good health.
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MAP 22h
Replying to @StephenNolan
You're a legend, living his best life. You should become the poster boy for NI's
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TFM News Jun 19
WATCH: We’ve been hearing from plastic surgeons on Teesside about how shows like  are causing body image issues for men. is a surgeon in :
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Smart Food India Jun 14
It's Men's Health Week and we were , what it would feel like to switch to Sorghum from Rice or Wheat? Here's what Mr. Rabbani Syed, Senior IT Specialist, had to say!
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Men's Network Jun 16
Today marks the end of 2019. Thank you to everyone who was able to 'make the time & take the time’ to celebrate the week, by organising events, publicising & encouraging more active involvement in men's health. It’s clear that to many people!
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Minority Health Jun 14
Men, an important part of being healthy is being strong mentally. Life has its challenges. But a mental health professional is trained to listen and help you take care of your needs.
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Leana Wen, M.D. Jun 16
Planned Parenthood is proud to provide healthcare services for men, like STI and HIV testing and vasectomies. Appointments to get tested are quick and the results are confidential.
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Mental Health Fdn Jun 15
"I think men really need to be more open about how they feel about their bodies – the whole discussion about body image has, until recently, being unfairly targeted at women" Michael:
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