10:45 . 06/04/16 . MHF news
The Bupa UK Foundation is funding the Forum to develop a free, confidential online service to support the mental wellbeing of men in mid-life.

The Men's Health Forum has received a grant from the Bupa UK Foundation to improve men's mental health in mid-life.

16:30 . 15/06/16 . MHF news
Download our poster and post your photo.

Tell the world how you beat stress and then share it on social media.

18:00 . 13/06/16 . MHF news
beatstress.uk is an anonymous online chat and email service available by computer, phone or tablet.

The Men’s Health Forum is launching Beat Stress, an anonymous online chat and email service available to men from anywhere at all by computer, phone or tablet.

11:00 . 09/06/16 . MHF news
How to survive a 24 team tournament with your health intact.

After a long hard season an international football tournament can be a killer. And not just for the players.

We're marking Men's Health Week with a Euro 2016 Survival Guide.

10:30 . 09/06/16 . MHF news
We have places at both Glasgow 19th June and Edinburgh 6th November

Fancy running a 10K for the Men's Health Forum?

We have places at both the Glasgow Men's 10k on Sunday 19th June (Father's Day) and the Edinburgh Men's 10K on Sunday 6th November (International Men's Day).

18:15 . 12/05/16 . MHF news
Ahead of Men's Health Week 2016, website editor Jim Pollard talks about stress

How do you beat stress? That's the question for this year's Men's Health Week.

12:30 . 11/05/16 . MHF news
A powerful men's health story that all men should read.

If you share just one health story this week, please share this one.

16:15 . 09/04/16 . MHF news
This April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and professional football will be showing their support for the fifth annual Know the Score campaign.

 

09:00 . 14/04/16 . MHF news
Innovative health comedy show takes to the stage.

The funniest man in men's health has been at it again.

The man behind Serious Glee: John Ryan

10:45 . 05/04/16 . MHF news
The Forum signs letter to Health Secretary and BMA calling for negotiations to resume.

Martin Tod, Chief Executive of the Men's Health Forum, has signed a joint letter to the Secretary of

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