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(Health Facts on Life expectancy, Workplace Deaths, and more.)
Printable flyer from Men's Health Network features interesting health facts and the latest sex differences in preventive health care use. Keywords: mortality, death, mortality, cause, rate, depression, suicide, workplace mortality, men, women
Keywords: mortality, death, mortality, cause, rate, depression, suicide, workplace mortality, men, women
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 8:02 PM.
Total Views: 36,908

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(The effects of father absence and poor health in men.)
Adverse Sociological Consequences of Fatherlessness. Dad's hidden influence: a father's legacy to a child's health may start before conception and last generations. Studies showing The father's effects were ignored. The idea that male exposure could affect children was considered preposterous. Learning disabilities from male parent drug exposure. Risk of Schizophrenia in Adult Offspring.
Keywords: Morehouse,School,Medicine,Black,MHN,Healthy,Progeria,Autism,Dwarfism,Achondroplasia,HIV,AIDS,Smoking,HPV,HSV,chlamydia
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 6:37 AM.
Total Views: 437

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Web site for the Men's Health Network.
Last Viewed: October, 13, 2018 at 6:27 AM.
Total Views: 14,885

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Invited presentation to the National Institutes of Health. Keywords: statistics, cultural attitudes & barriers, minorities, prostate cancer, diabetes, heart, cardiovascular, stroke, mental suicide, racial, black, Hispanic, families, children, women
Keywords: statistics, cultural attitudes & barriers, minorities, prostate cancer, diabetes, heart, cardiovascular, stroke, mental suicide, racial, black, Hispanic, families, children, women
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 8:18 PM.
Total Views: 1,512

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Silent Health Crisis; pain; prostate cancer; PCa; health information; colon cancer; colorectal cancer; physical exam; physician visits; health screening; cholesterol; blood test; diagnosis; diagnosed; diabetes; colorectal; testicular cancer; diphtheria; blood pressure; prescription medicine ad; direct to consumer advertising; DTC; American Cancer Society; Senator Crapo; Representative Cunningham
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 3:24 PM.
Total Views: 2,001

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By MHN advisor Edward M. Stephens, M.D., Director, American Associati"The Art and Science of Psychotherapy with Men." Presentation at The American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 2002.
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 9:46 PM.
Total Views: 936

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Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data released March 2003 provides life expectancy by race and sex. Chart includes data for 1920, 1950, 1970. Keywords: white; black; men; women; male; female
Keywords: white, black, men, women, male, female
Last Viewed: October, 5, 2018 at 4:13 AM.
Total Views: 607

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births; deaths; gender; male; female; heart disease; cancer; prostate; breast; cerbrovascular; influenza; pneumonia; injury; suicide; homicide; teen births; infant mortality
Keywords: births, deaths, gender, male, female, heart disease, cancer, prostate, breast, cerbrovascular, influenza, pneumonia, injury, suicide, homicide, teen births, infant mortality
Last Viewed: October, 16, 2018 at 12:52 PM.
Total Views: 784

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Most current year. Illustrates sex and race health disparities in life expectancy by age group, offers explanations. Keywords: cause of death, heart disease, cancer, homicide, COPD, stroke, pneumonia, HIV, AIDS, men, women, black, white, victim
Keywords: cause of death, heart disease, cancer, homicide, COPD, stroke, pneumonia, HIV, AIDS, men, women, black, white, victim
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 9:15 PM.
Total Views: 7,291

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Illustrates sex and race health disparities in life expectancy by age group, offers explanations. Keywords: cause of death, heart disease, cancer, homicide, COPD, stroke, pneumonia, HIV, AIDS, men, women, black, white, victim
Keywords: cause of death, heart disease, cancer, homicide, COPD, stroke, pneumonia, HIV, AIDS, men, women, black, white, victim
Last Viewed: September, 29, 2018 at 4:13 AM.
Total Views: 672

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"Blacks and Hispanics have higher disability rates and lower lifetime earnings as a group tend to receive greater benefits relative to taxes than whites." Keywords: health, disability, mortality, families, children
Keywords: health, disability, mortality, families, children
Last Viewed: October, 6, 2018 at 12:41 AM.
Total Views: 441

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(Testicular cancer brochure illustrating self-exams)
How to conduct a self-exam and information about testicular cancer. Keywords: TCa; reproductive organs; testosterone; testicles; scrotum; black; African American; Hispanic; Latino; young men; lump; enlarged; groin; scrotal skin; epididymis; annual visits
Keywords: TCa, reproductive organs, testosterone, testicles, scrotum, black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, young men, lump, enlarged, groin, scrotal skin, epididymis, annual visits
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 2:04 PM.
Total Views: 2,220

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Flyer provided by the Massachusetts Men's Health Network. Describes routine screening needs at different ages. Keywords: baseline; smoking; drinking; alcohol; cholesterol; exercise; blood pressure; testicular cancer; colon cancer; colorectal cancer; sigmoidoscopy; colonoscopy; electrocardiograms; prostate cancer; anemia; glaucoma; hypertension; depression
Keywords: baseline, smoking, drinking, alcohol, cholesterol, exercise, blood pressure, testicular cancer, colon cancer, colorectal cancer, sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy, electrocardiograms,
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 7:04 AM.
Total Views: 1,253

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Flyer provided by the Massachusetts Men's Health Network. Comprehensive list of feelings that men (and women) experience. Especially important for those involved in relationships or who are in the process of defining themselves and / or how they relate to others around them.
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 8:27 AM.
Total Views: 875

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Flyer describes sports injuries suffered by the occasional athlete. Keywords: anatomy; cross-training; overuse injuries; stress fractures; cardiovascular conditioning; stamina; muscular; tendon; peripheral circulation; inflammation; muscles; oxygen; joints; ligaments; bones; isometric exercises; isotonic exercises; Nautilus machines; shoes; anatomic variation; feet; toes; histological examination
Keywords: anatomy, cross-training, overuse injuries, stress fractures, cardiovascular conditioning, stamina, muscular, tendon, peripheral circulation, inflammation, muscles, oxygen, joints,
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 4:58 AM.
Total Views: 934

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"Three physiological measures associated with long-term caloric restriction in monkeys have been linked to longevity in men." Keywords: Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging; insulin; temperature; DHEAS; steroid hormone; gerontologists
Keywords: Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, insulin, temperature, DHEAS, steroid hormone, gerontologists
Last Viewed: August, 1, 2018 at 4:41 AM.
Total Views: 537

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Flyer. Health, United States, 2004 with Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans. Keywords: CDC; NCHS; mortality; disease; heart; ischemic; cerebrovascular; malignant neoplasms; trachea; broncus; lung; colorectal; colon; prostate; breast; chronic; respiratory; flu; influenza; pneumonia; liver; cirrhosis; diabetes mellitus; HIV; AIDS; injury; suicide; homicide; vehicular
Keywords: CDC, NCHS, mortality, disease, heart, ischemic, cerebrovascular, malignant neoplasms, trachea, broncus, lung, colorectal, colon, prostate, breast, chronic, respiratory, flu,
Last Viewed: October, 13, 2018 at 2:16 PM.
Total Views: 628

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MHN flyer. National Vital Statistics Reports. Keywords: Mortality; disease; heart; ischemic; cerebrovascular; malignant neoplasms; trachea; broncus; lung; colorectal; colon; prostate; breast; chronic; respiratory; flu; influenza; pneumonia; liver; cirrhosis; diabetes; HIV; AIDS; injury; suicide; homicide; vehicular
Keywords: Mortality, disease, heart, ischemic, cerebrovascular, malignant neoplasms, trachea, broncus, lung, colorectal, colon, prostate, breast, chronic, respiratory, flu, influenza,
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 5:36 PM.
Total Views: 1,367

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(Age-adjusted death rate per 100,000 populations)
Flyer - table data. Top causes of death for men and women categorized by race and cause. Includes all causes, Heart Diseases, Cerebrovascular Diseases, Malignant Neoplasms (prostate/breast/colon), Lower Respiratory Disease, Influenza & Pneumonia, Chronic Liver Disease, Diabetes, Alzheimer's, HIV, Unintentional Injuries, Suicide, and Homicide. Source: CDC / National Center for Health Statistics
Keywords: Mortality,disease,heart,ischemic,cerebrovascular,malignant,neoplasms,trachea,broncus,lung,colorectal,colon,prostate,breast,chronic,respiratory,flu,influenza
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 7:44 PM.
Total Views: 7,754

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NVSR. Heart; cancer; stroke; cardiovascular; COPD; accidents; pneumonia; influenza; diabetes; suicide; kidney; liver; cirrhosis; malignant neoplasmas; lymphatic; hematopoietic; chronic obstructive pulmonary; nephritis, nephritic syndrome, nephrosis
Last Viewed: August, 24, 2018 at 4:00 AM.
Total Views: 714
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