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
Jul 27, 2017
Dear Mr. Dad: One of my family’s favorite things about summer is that we get to spend a lot of time in and around water, whether that’s at the beach or in a swimming pool. But every year I hear[…]Read more...
Jul 26, 2017
Men are well-known for not looking after themselves and their health. While women will typically go to the doctor when they notice signs that something might be wrong, many men are capable of putting things off for years with the[…]Read more...
Jul 26, 2017
Studies show that men under 40 are among the least likely to prioritize their health care. Your 30s is the time to change this statistic, as you can catch warning signs before they progress, as well as establish healthy patterns[…]Read more...
Jul 25, 2017
I know, it’s an improbable and largely rhetorical title for a lecture. But it was Nerd Nite SF, and they asked me to talk about something provocative and daring in medicine. Fertility as a tool to measure health. Smacked and Smashed The bar was[…]Read more...