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Colon Cancer: A Growing Risk for Young Men

Colon Cancer: A Growing Risk for Young Men

Dear Healthy Men: When Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer a few months ago, I was surprised that he was so young—I always thought it was an old-person’s disease. What are the risk factors for younger people, especially men? A: You’re absolutely right. Boseman was...

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What Women Need to Know About Men’s Health

What Women Need to Know About Men’s Health

Dear Healthy Men: As a wife, daughter, sister, and mother of two boys, I’m surrounded by men. What do I need to know about men’s health? A: I’ve always maintained that men’s health is a women’s issue, since when men are healthier, their partners become healthier too...

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The Long and the Short of It (No, Not That…)

The Long and the Short of It (No, Not That…)

Dear Healthy Men: I’m only 5’7” and over my whole adult life, I feel that it’s been harder for me to date than for my friends who are taller than I am. And lately I’ve started to wonder whether there are any other issues, health included, that might affect short men...

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Of Masks and Masculinity

Of Masks and Masculinity

Dear Healthy Men: I’ve really had it with COVID and the non-stop pressure to wear a mask. I’m a 35-year old, very fit man and doubt I’m going to get sick. Plus, the things look positively goofy. And anyway, if the President of the United States won’t wear a mask, why...

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Being a Guy Isn’t Easy in the Time of COVID

Being a Guy Isn’t Easy in the Time of COVID

Dear Healthy Men: You’ve written about how men are more likely to get sick with the corona virus and I feel bad for them. But what about other problems that the virus is causing, like unemployment? I read that more women are losing their jobs than men are. Do you...

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Improving Health and Wellbeing for Men, Boys, and Families
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Men and women express their emotions very differently, but too many mental health professionals don’t recognize the symptoms men and boys have. As a result, while more women are diagnosed with anxiety and depression, four times more men than women commit suicide. In this important free book, we discuss stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues as they are experienced by men and boys. This book could save your life—or that of a loved one.

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