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Lisa Britton Jun 19
If men’s health had been systematically addressed before the coronavirus pandemic, especially for men in the most economically and socially disadvantaged groups, the virus would almost certainly have had a less dramatic impact.
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TheRowan Jun 20
We know the serious impact sexual assault can have on people’s well-being. Men seem less likely to come forward for help. See our website for services available whether it happened recently or long ago
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Alcohol Change UK Jun 20
Alcohol-related deaths in men are more than double that of women (74 per 100,000 vs 32 per 100,000). Too often, drinking is seen as a key part of being a man. We need to change this thinking. Read Karl's blog on alcohol and masculinity:
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Bowel Bloke Jun 19
I still can’t look at my bloods being taken! Getting ready for chemo next week after a year off. draws to a close. Gents, go to the doctors if you think there is anything wrong with you. Get help if…
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Dr John Barry Jun 20
"COVID-19 and men: Are we really all in this together?"
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Shout 85258 Jun 19
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under the age of 40, but men are the least likely to tell someone when they’re struggling. It’s strong to take care of your mental health, text Shout to 85258 for a silent conversation.
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Canadian Men's Health Foundation Jun 21
Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there who have been working hard to guide their families. If you didn't get a chance to get dad a gift, we've got your back. Make a donation to send dad a custom ecard to show your appreciation.
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Ryan M. Kolton Jun 23
/Focus, is your greatest weapon - anxiety, your greatest impediment/
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Connecting Leeds Jun 20
Walking is amazing for health and wellbeing; why not make the most of during lockdown by exploring new areas of your local patch on foot? You might discover shortcuts you never knew existed and sort yourself a whole new way to get from from here to there.
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UK Men’s Sheds Jul 9
Good morning! Today is the 3rd and final day of our first ever Online Shedder Festival Join is at 10am to find out all about the Men’s Shed Movement.
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AWARE Jun 20
Have you joined our challenge yet? Check in on 3 of your male friends & help us raise funds for a mental health awareness programme specifically for men in Northern Ireland. Thanks to all of our supporters so far 💛
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HSE Health & Wellbeing Jun 19
Farmers Have Hearts: Cardiovascular Health Prog' Baseline Report launched. 74% of male farmers have 4 or more risk factors for cardiovascular health. Great to have this report for with real multi agency partnership.
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NHS 24 Jun 19
As part of , here's a conversation we had with Daniel, music lecturer and musician, about his personal experience with mental health, and the importance of services such as Breathing Space.
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Brighton & Hove City Council Jun 20
Changes in behaviour can be a warning sign that someone is thinking about suicide. If you’re worried about someone you know, just talking and being ready to listen can make all the difference. Find support and advice at:
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TALKHUB PODCAST Jun 19
Virtual Men’s walk and talk tomorrow. Go for yo o walk in the morning and meet up on zoom at 11am for a check in and catch up. The past couple of weeks the lads have really helped each other and it’s great to see. Anyone interested in joining us get in touch 👍🏻
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Tom Jun 19
Fucking hypocrites. You bang on and on about mental health and yet here we are in and you're showing this?!?!?! I don't care how many clicks you get from a Mitchell story this is fucking disgraceful. Fuck off and take this down NOW!
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Autism Awareness Aus Jun 19
It’s Men’s Health Week. We are sharing our film DAD: a film about the often untold stories of fathers with children on the spectrum. Dad shares the experiences of 12 Aussie dads as they navigate the world of parenting & autism. Watch here
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Don’t Change Much Jun 20
Canadian men who regularly use our free eHealth resource make significantly more health changes than men who do not, study shows. Subscribe to our easy health tips, make small changes, and live healthier!
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HM Land Registry Jun 19
For , men from our Swansea Office (and a few special guests) are standing up to talk about and recognise their health.
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Lancashire Mind Jun 21
It's the end of we'd like to thank everyone that's shared their experiences. We want the conversation to continue & for every man in Lancashire to know its a strength to talk about how you feel. Finally, here's a message from our CEO
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