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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


  • Back to the Future: Reclaiming Our Partnership Culture and Saving Humanity

    Mar 27, 2020

    “For millennia, humans have imagined a peaceful and just world,” say Riane Eisler and Douglas Fry, in their monumental book, Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future. “Sometimes we only imagined this world in an afterlife.[…]

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  • Common Sex Myths About Trying to Conceive

    Mar 24, 2020

    She just “pulled the goalie” and stopped her contraceptive. It’s now time to have that baby you’ve been talking about. You find yourself both excited and a bit scared about what happens next. And hopefully, it will happen. In fact,[…]

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  • The Benefits of Nagging

    Mar 22, 2020

    Dear Healthy Men: I have diabetes and my wife is driving me crazy, constantly bugging me to check my insulin and take my medication, reminding me what I should and shouldn’t eat, bugging me to exercise more, and generally nagging[…]

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  • The Ship of Civilization is Sinking: Do Not Lose Hope. Find Your Tribe

    Mar 20, 2020

    Although many still deny it, more and more people are recognizing that there is something seriously wrong with the world in which we live. We continue to be reminded that the climate crisis is real, that our economic system of[…]

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