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
Feb 16, 2019
The often-justifiable anger of women toward men has left boys in the lurch. In one of my earliest posts on Psychology Today, back in March 2010, I wrote of how stuck I felt being a liberal who cared about boys (and[…]Read more...
Feb 15, 2019
Chronic and excessive anger causes the following problems: Increases a man’s risk for high blood pressure and heart-disease. Stresses relationships and causes women to withdraw. Is related to male-type depression. Creates separation between men, women, and children. Is linked to[…]Read more...
Feb 8, 2019
The most tragic indictor of a world out of balance is the suicide rate in males. At every age, males take their own lives at rates much higher than females: Male 10 to 14-year-olds have suicide rates 1.8 times higher[…]Read more...
Feb 7, 2019
Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a new dad and have been reading to my baby. But I’ve started to notice that most of the parents in children’s books are moms. There are some books where dad is the main parent, but[…]Read more...