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  1. Men's Health Week

    22/07/14

    Led by the Men's Health Forum, Men's Health Week 2014 ran from the 9th to 15th June and focused on health and work, including stress and unemployment. Stressing Out? Work getting you down? Unsure how to cope with unemployment? See some of our st ... More

  2. Men and Cancer: Saving Lives expert report

    24/06/14

    The Men’s Health Forum's report asks why men are more likely to be diagnosed with and to die from nearly all common cancers. The supporting report published with Cancer Research UK and others highlights the extent of the problem. Men are over 35% mor ... More

  3. Men's use of online health info

    28/03/14

    A review of the literature on men’s health-seeking behaviour and use of the internet published as part of the Haringey Man MOT project. The report says that the internet has helped men access health information but that it doesn't change social norms ... More

  4. Best practice: Delivering Male - mental health guidelines

    09/04/14

    The first ever set of guidelines addressing the mental health needs of men and boys have been launched by the Men's Health Forum and Mind. Commissioned by the National Mental Health Development Unit following Mind’s 2009 Get it off your Chest campaig ... More

  5. Try to see it my way - relationship counselling

    03/04/14

    A new report from the Men's Health Forum has revealed the lack of emotional support for men in relationship difficulties.   Try to see it my way: Improving relationship support for men, published with Relate, explores men’s attitudes to seeking relat ... More

  6. Haringey health data report

    17/04/14

    The first publication from the Men's Health Forum's landmark Haringey Man MOT project assesses local needs and shows the importance of looking at gendered data. The Haringey Men’s Health Intelligence Data 2013, which pulls together all the healt ... More

  7. Key data: cancer and circulatory diseases

    28/08/14

    Key data on cancer and circulatory diseases in men. Compiled by the Men’s Health Forum, March 2013 Cancer Cancer is more common in men than women. Men have a 14% higher risk of developing cancer. In the UK in 2011, the European age-standardised incidence ... More

  8. Best practice: Slow on the uptake? Improving bowel cancer screening

    26/03/14

    The report from the Men's Health Forum, Slow On The Uptake?, highlights the paradox of bowel cancer. Although men are more likely than women to die from bowel cancer, they less likely to be screened. The report looks at how screening practice can be ... More

  9. Million men activity challenge

    28/03/14

    The Million Men challenge sets out the Men's Health Forum's challenge to government, NHS, local authorities, sports organisations and charities to work together to get one million more middle-aged men more active. Action is urgently needed, the ... More

  10. Key data: diet, weight and diabetes

    28/08/14

    Statistics on men's diet, weight and diabetes. Compiled by Men’s Health Forum, July 2014. Men generally eat a poorer diet than women and are less knowledgeable about healthy foods. 24% of men and 29% of women consumed the recommended five or more por ... More

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