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All men -- from their teenage years onwards -- need to know what feels normal and seek the advice of a doctor if something doesn't feel right. You never know -- it might just save your life.
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In a society where efficiency and quick delivery are prized, investing millions in cancer research can seem like it produces very poor returns, very slowly. So it's clear to me that there is one obvious thing that needs to happen, globally and without exception.
Good news, guys! You're more than halfway through Movember -- the month when our man friends (arguably) forgo good looks and don the handlebars in the worthy name of prostate and testicular cancer aw...
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SYDNEY -- One of Australia's most well-known rockers has helped kick off Movember as thousands of Au ie blokes start sporting hairy top lips to boost awarene about men's health. INXS musician Kirk Pe...
For Jeremy Wiggins, shaving his face for the first time was a confronting ordeal. "I was really nervous about it, really anxious about it," Wiggins told The Huffington Post Australia. "But then that...
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If the saying "summer is coming" isn't enough to inspire you to get moving, than the Move for Movember campaign should do the trick. Famous for raising awarene surrounding the i ues of men's health,...
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The world has changed and so must our definition of what it is to be a man. The issue of masculinity is not a gender specific issue; it's one that has huge implications for both men and women.
We're pretty good at talking about sport, work, the latest gadget, or the latest film but as men we need to get better at talking about the significant stuff going on in our lives -- things like losing a job, the breakdown of a relationship, a significant set back, or becoming a father for the first time.