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Global Action on Men's Health letter to the World Health Organization (WHO)
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(Global Action on Men's Health letter to WHO)
Global Action on Men's Health letter to Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization requesting action on the deep, long-established and widely-overlooked problems in men's health. James Smith, Nelson Tchambo, Martin Tod, Coli Fowler, Neil Hall, Halumba Munachonga, Amon Lukhele, Olaf Theuerkauf
Keywords: GlobalActiononMensHealth,GAMH,WorldHealthOrganization,WHO,AnaFadichTomsic,PeterBaker,AnthonyBrown,GregMillan,SvendAageMadsen,GaryWittert
Last Viewed: October, 23, 2021 at 6:21 AM.
Total Views: 998

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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: brochure,MensHealthNetwork,prostatecancer,PCa,BPH,benignprostatichyperplasia,prostatitis,enlargedprostate,erectiledysfunction,cardiovasculardisease,testicularcancer
Last Viewed: October, 24, 2021 at 8:04 PM.
Total Views: 7,325

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(Low Testosterone Information for Men)
brochure; Depression; sex drive; erectile dysfunction; erections; sperm; osteoporosis; muscle mass/ strength; pituitary gland; hypothalamus; endrocrinologist; endocrinology; urologist; urology; testicles; libido; FDA; Food and Drug Administration
Keywords: brochure,Depression,sexdrive,erectiledysfunction,erections,sperm,osteoporosis,musclemassstrength,pituitarygland,hypothalamus,endrocrinologist,endocrinology
Last Viewed: October, 17, 2021 at 10:05 PM.
Total Views: 2,995

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(Get It Checked)
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,prostatecancer,PSA,DRE,EKG,STDs,STIs,bloodpressure,osteoporosis,testicular,testosterone,tetanus,diabetes,cholesterol,kidney,thyroid,TB,tuberculosis
Last Viewed: October, 25, 2021 at 6:28 AM.
Total Views: 43,404

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(Silent Health Crisis Affecting Boys and Men)
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: causeofdeath,heartdisease,cancer,homicide,COPD,stroke,pneumonia,HIV,AIDS,men,women,black,white,victim
Last Viewed: October, 25, 2021 at 6:09 AM.
Total Views: 15,250

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(Age-adjusted death rate per 100,000 populations from NCHS)
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, 25, 2021 at 6:48 AM.
Total Views: 19,042

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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, 25, 2021 at 6:52 AM.
Total Views: 36,574

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Brochure encourages women involvement in the health of men & boys and describes health conditions that are sensitive in nature. Keywords: prevention; self-exams; prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; bladder; smoking; erectile dysfunction; impotence; testicular cancer; TCa; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; osteoporosis; breast cancer
Keywords: prevention, self-exams, prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, bladder, smoking, erectile dysfunction, impotence, testicular cancer, TCa, skin
Last Viewed: August, 26, 2021 at 8:24 AM.
Total Views: 1,968

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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, 23, 2021 at 2:32 AM.
Total Views: 2,481

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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, 23, 2021 at 12:29 AM.
Total Views: 11,499

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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, 23, 2021 at 7:30 AM.
Total Views: 2,298

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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, 24, 2021 at 2:54 PM.
Total Views: 4,555

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This brochure encourages women to be involved in the health of men & boys. Keywords: prevention; self-exams; prostate cancer; PCa, BPH; benign prostatic hyperplasia; prostatitis; bladder; smoking; erectile dysfunction; impotence; cardiovascular disease; testicular cancer; TCa; diabetes; skin cancer; low testosterone; colorectal cancer; depression; lung cancer; osteoporosis; breast cancer
Keywords: prevention, self-exams, prostate cancer, PCa, BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, bladder, smoking, erectile dysfunction, impotence, cardiovascular disease, testicular
Last Viewed: October, 24, 2021 at 2:54 PM.
Total Views: 3,075

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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, 24, 2021 at 2:29 AM.
Total Views: 2,340

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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 sex differences in preventive health care use. mortality, death, mortality, cause, rate, depression, suicide, workplace mortality, men, women
Keywords: mortality,death,cause,rate,depression,suicide,workplacemortality,men,women,weaker,sex
Last Viewed: October, 25, 2021 at 2:12 AM.
Total Views: 72,502

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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, 25, 2021 at 6:26 AM.
Total Views: 45,407

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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, 24, 2021 at 2:29 AM.
Total Views: 1,021

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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, 23, 2021 at 10:43 AM.
Total Views: 1,944

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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, 22, 2021 at 11:25 AM.
Total Views: 1,833

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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, 17, 2021 at 6:19 PM.
Total Views: 1,375
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