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Established in 1992, Men’s Health Network is a non-profit educational organization with the aim of significantly improving men’s health, longevity, and quality of life. The Network is committed to improving the health and wellness of men, boys, and their families through education campaigns, data collection, surveys, symposia, and collaborative projects with health care providers. With a network of community health partners to participate in disease awareness and educational outreach, chapters, affiliates, and health partners, Men's Health Network has a presence in every state and over 30 countries.

Men’s Health Network Blog


  • The Truth About Colonoscopies May Reduce Your Anxieties

    Jun 21, 2019

    Colonoscopy—does the word make you wince? The consequences of avoiding the procedure are much scarier. Among cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, but patients have[…]

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  • Too Much Protein, Not Enough Fiber

    Jun 20, 2019

    Dear Mr. Dad: It seems that almost every product out there claims to be high in protein. Do we really need so much protein? A: In a word, No. There’s no question that protein is important. It plays a role in[…]

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  • Whether We Like It or Not, Video Games Are a Force In Today’s World and They’re Influencing Generations

    Jun 19, 2019

    Many of today’s games often promote narcissism and anti-social behaviours. The worst examples exploit players, forcing them into vulnerable and uncomfortable positions in order to make them easier to monetize; harming players’ physical and mental health and creating resentful, aggressive[…]

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  • Picking Good Apps

    Jun 13, 2019

    Dear Mr. Dad: A few months ago you talked about limiting screen time for toddlers and the importance of picking good quality games for when we do allow screen time. There seem to be in infinite number of choices out[…]

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