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2,3,4,5 Principle of Men's Health
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Dr. Rob Rhodes has developed the 2,3,4,5 Principle of Men's Health to help all men maintain their health. In the decade of their twenties, men should have an exam at least twice; in their thirties, three times; in their forties, four times; and in their fifties, they should visit their physician once a year. This information also applies to physicians!
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 10:51 AM.
Total Views: 1,068

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Flyer provided by the Massachusetts Men's Health Network. Describes Type l and Type ll diabetes, their development, and offers suggestions. Keywords: sugar; insulin injections; metabolism; diabetic ketoacidotic coma; Adult Onset Diabetes; pancreatic cells; liver enzyme; glycogen; fat; Glucose Intolerance; ideal body weight; physiological system; carbohydrates; physiology
Keywords: sugar, insulin injections, metabolism, diabetic ketoacidotic coma, Adult Onset Diabetes, pancreatic cells, liver enzyme, glycogen, fat, Glucose Intolerance, ideal body weight,
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 10:51 AM.
Total Views: 859

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Second Edition of the 70+ page book by Brott and a distinguished group of health experts from Men's Health Network covers most men's health issues including a section on minority health.
Keywords: Prevention,nutrition,safety,prostate,cancer,BPH,prostatitis,ED,Erectile,Dysfunction,heart,diabetes,mental,emotional,dental,cardiovascular,Kenneth,Goldberg
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 11:14 AM.
Total Views: 17,364

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(How are Boys faring?)
Boys of all ages have a greater chance of dying than girls. Reasons for Excess Deaths. Minority boys at Risk. Victims of Child Abuse. "Boy Code" gone too far - William Pollack, PhD.
Keywords: boys, health, risk, death, abuse
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2018 at 9:25 AM.
Total Views: 800

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Arnold Schwarzenegger; Center for Health Statistics, Office of Health Information and Research; race and ethnicity; heart disease; stroke; malignant neoplasms; cancer; cerebrovascular disease; CVD; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; COPD; pneumonia; influenza; unintentional injuries; suicide; diabetes; diabetes; chronic liver disease; cirrhosis; Men's Health Act; Healthy People 2010; CDC;women
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 12:19 AM.
Total Views: 739

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Annual screening event in celebration of National Men's Health Week (NMHW). Keywords: Prostate Cancer, PCa, DRE, Digital Rectal Exam, osteoporosis, low testosterone, blood pressure, body fat, BMI, Body Mass Index, cholesterol; HDL, LDL, ratio, diabetes, blood sugar; cardiovascular, Gallo Prostate Cancer Center, weight, height
Keywords: Prostate Cancer, PCa, DRE, Digital Rectal Exam, osteoporosis, low testosterone, blood pressure, body fat, BMI, Body Mass Index, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, ratio, diabetes, blood
Last Viewed: October, 16, 2018 at 6:01 AM.
Total Views: 766

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Annual screening event in celebration of National Men's Health Week (NMHW). Keywords: Prostate Cancer, PCa, DRE, Digital Rectal Exam, osteoporosis, low testosterone, blood pressure, body fat, BMI, Body Mass Index, cholesterol; HDL, LDL, ratio, diabetes, blood sugar; cardiovascular, Gallo Prostate Cancer Center, weight, height, CNN, Fox Cable News
Keywords: Prostate Cancer, PCa, DRE, Digital Rectal Exam, osteoporosis, low testosterone, blood pressure, body fat, BMI, Body Mass Index, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, ratio, diabetes, blood
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 12:19 AM.
Total Views: 933

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Not an MHN document - Gender-medicine expert and author, Dr. Marianne Legato explains why men die before women and shows what men can do to lengthen their lives in her new book "Why Men Die First: How to Lengthen Your Lifespan". An interesting Q&A session with the author of this new book meant to address men's health
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 2:14 PM.
Total Views: 1,126

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Not a MHN document - Men are working long, hard hours, often on jobs they wouldn't want except that they are trying to provide a better life for their families. This takes a huge toll on their quality and quantity of life.
Last Viewed: October, 16, 2018 at 3:08 PM.
Total Views: 663

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Screening guidelines for males. 18 x 24 poster. Can be printed on letter size paper. Download this poster for free or purchase it at www.mhnstore.com . Keywords: posters; prostate cancer; PSA; DRE; EKG; STDs; STIs; blood pressure; osteoporosis; testicular; testosterone; tetanus; diabetes; cholesterol; kidney; thyroid; TB; tuberculosis; boys
Keywords: posters, prostate cancer, PSA, DRE, EKG, STDs, STIs, blood pressure, osteoporosis, testicular, testosterone, tetanus, diabetes, cholesterol, kidney, thyroid, TB, tuberculosis,
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 9:31 AM.
Total Views: 18,657

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Suggested checkups and tests for men and women. Discuss these with your physician. Keywords: guidelines; exams; prostate cancer; PCa; testicular cancer; TCa; lung cancer; colorectal; tetanus; urinalysis; blood pressure; hypertension; hemoccult; testosterone; STDs; osteoporosis; mammogram; breast; estrogen; PAP; pelvic exam; menopause; rectal exam; TB; tuberculosis; polyps
Keywords: guidelines, exams, prostate cancer, PCa, testicular cancer, TCa, lung cancer, colorectal, tetanus, urinalysis, blood pressure, hypertension, hemoccult, testosterone, STDs,
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 11:25 AM.
Total Views: 17,427

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(Prostate Cancer and Health Facts for Men)
Men's Health Network; prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; enlarged prostate; erectile dysfunction; cardiovascular disease; testicular cancer; TCa; diabetes; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; lung cancer; osteoporosis; breast cancer; STDs; sexually transmitted diseases
Keywords: Men's Health Network, prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, testicular cancer,
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 8:47 AM.
Total Views: 2,588

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An overview of major health concerns for African American men and boys. Keywords: prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; enlarged prostate; erectile dysfunction; cardiovascular disease; testicular cancer; TCa; diabetes; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; lung cancer; osteoporosis; breast cancer; STDs; sexually transmitted diseases; blacks
Keywords: prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, testicular cancer, TCa, diabetes, skin
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 10:51 AM.
Total Views: 1,709

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Features an overview of major health concerns for men and boys. Keywords: prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; enlarged prostate; erectile dysfunction; cardiovascular disease; testicular cancer; TCa; diabetes; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; lung cancer; osteoporosis; breast cancer; STDs; sexually transmitted diseases
Keywords: prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, testicular cancer, TCa, diabetes, skin
Last Viewed: October, 16, 2018 at 12:47 PM.
Total Views: 3,247

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Features an overview of major health concerns for Hispanic / Latino men & boys. Keywords: prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; enlarged prostate; erectile dysfunction; cardiovascular disease; testicular cancer; TCa; diabetes; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; lung cancer; osteoporosis; breast cancer; STDs; sexually transmitted diseases
Keywords: prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, testicular cancer, TCa, diabetes, skin
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 10:37 AM.
Total Views: 1,603

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MHN was featured in the 1999 HHS press release announcing a men's health addition to healthfinder: "Surgeon General David Satcher today unveiled new features and services oriented to men's heath at www.healthfinder.gov..."
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 8:04 AM.
Total Views: 715

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CDC: Life Expectancy by at birth, age 65, age 75. Keywords: white; black; African American; race; sex
Keywords: white, black, African American, race, sex
Last Viewed: October, 18, 2018 at 12:19 AM.
Total Views: 844

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Not a MHN authored document. I The damage to circumcision (physiological -sexual and operative - and psychological). II The minor and disputed, merely potential, prophylactic advantages Conclusion: The physician must protect the foreskin.
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 7:05 AM.
Total Views: 920

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Flyer. Men may experience broken bones when they have a higher bone mineral density than women. Keywords: screening; guidelines; fracture; risk factors; causes; prevention; diet; calcium; men; women; recommendations
Keywords: screening, guidelines, fracture, risk factors, causes, prevention, diet, calcium, men, women, recommendations
Last Viewed: October, 15, 2018 at 7:05 AM.
Total Views: 1,033

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Men's Health - Fast Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control
Last Viewed: October, 16, 2018 at 6:34 AM.
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