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Here’s How Many Episodes There Are of ‘Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness’ – menshealth.com

Resident Evil fans, rejoice. Leon S.

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Men’s Health Month emphasizes the importance of regular checkups – KIIITV.com

Only three out of five men get annual physicals according to the latest Cleveland study. It also stated only 40 percent go to the doctor when something seems serious.

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Berny Unruh: Concerns with mens health – Hays Daily News

Berny Unruh| Hays Daily News When is the last time the man in your household had a medical check-up? Men visit their physicians less often than women, and tend to wait longer before having problems treated. What these facts suggest is that men don't pay attention to, or take care of, their health as well as women.

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Mens Health Month is June, and that means its important to talk to your physician about prostate health – WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

HIGH POINT, N.C. (WGHP) June is Mens Health Month and on House Calls we spoke with Doctor Timothy Collins about prostate cancer and the importance of regular cancer screenings

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Wellness Wednesday: Men’s Mental Health with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan – 9 & 10 News – 9&10 News

June is Mens Health Month and on the four we have been looking at ways men can be more proactive with their health. While we often we think of our physical health but it also includes mental well-being. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, men died of suicide at almost 4 times more than the rate of women in 2019.

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Men’s Health Should Never Be Neglected: Understanding Common Ailments are Key to Prevention – Cerritos Community News – Los Cerritos News

June 11, 2021 For many men, tolerating pain is a sign of manhood. For others, seeing a doctor for annual checkups is a low priority in their busy lives.

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A Quarter of Adults Don’t Want to Have Kidsand They’re Doing Just Fine, Thank You Very Much – menshealth.com

MoMo ProductionsGetty Images No children? No problem. While having children is often seen as a marker of adulthood, some people just dont want a gaggle of kids running around

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A MATTER OF HEALTH: June is Mens Health Month – KARE11.com

Some people joke that guys take their cars to the shop more often than they take themselves in for a tune-up. MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota Fathers Day is June 20, 2021.

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In Defence Of The Straight White Male: Joe Rogan On ‘Woke’ Culture – Men’s Health

At a time where Internet culture has left many of us reconsidering our every post in light of how it might be received by those outside of our inner circle, Joe Rogan seems to hold true to days where one could speak their mind, freely and unabashed, without the threat of cancel culture hovering like a cloud above their head. Known for courting controversy with his world renowned podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, the podcast host didnt hold back when it came to a discussion of woke culture and how it pertains to the straight white male

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Clinic launch aims to champion men’s health and well-being – North East Times

June 15, 2021 @ 10:52 by Chloe Holmes A health clinic dedicated to helping men maintain their physical and mental health has opened its doors in the North East. Male Ageing Pro has been created by Riverview Clinic founder Beverley Ashton to provide a confidential and comfortable setting for men to undergo sport health checks, assessments for male aesthetics and comprehensive medical health checks

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Men’s Health Week Tamworth: Omni Recreational Men’s Shed shines a light on mental health and connection with others – The Northern Daily Leader

community, Tamworth, Men's Health Week, Jim Finucane, Tamworth Omni Recreational Men's Shed THIS MEN'S health week, blokes are encouraged to book in a date with their mate. Tamworth Omni Recreational Men's Shed president Jim Finucane knows just how important it is to be able to share stories and connect. The local group has had community services drop-in every day this week, from One of a Kind to Whiddon's Home Care and the Australian Men's Health Forum.

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Talk-a-thon to focus on mens mental health issues – Saanich News

Its generally accepted men arent very comfortable talking about certain health issues, particularly mental health. Rick Ruppenthal of Saltair wants to help change all that, calling upon his abundant experiences as a paramedic, life coach and educator by hosting a 12-hour talk-a-thon over Facebook Live Friday, June 18 from 8 a.m

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Rafael Nadal Has Pulled Out Of The Olympics And Wimbledon – Men’s Health

While the sport of tennis is known to produce some controversial stars that polarise audiences, when it comes to Rafael Nadal it seems the Spaniard is one we all barrack for. Having dominated the sport for so long, Nadal is as beholden to our hearts as he is his home country, making the news that he will no longer compete at Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics all the more upsetting

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Doctor Offers Advice For Colorado Men Who May Have Put Off Checkups Due To The Pandemic – CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.

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Businesses and community come together to talk about men’s health – Hunter Valley News

A special Singleton Business Chamber breakfast will serve up a greater awareness of men's health as industry and community leaders come together to discuss health issues and the services available for men and boys on Thursday June 17. Singleton Council is supporting the breakfast at Club Singleton as part of Men's Health Week from 14-20 June, which aims to provoke thought and discussion to raise awareness and encourage early detection of health conditions in males.

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Stawell community leaders want men to check in on themselves – The Stawell Times-News

men's health, stawell, community, grampians, western victoria MEN are being asked to roll up their sleeves for a different sort of work this week. Working towards better physical and mental health

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Abuse survivor ‘An internal bully’ | News and Star – News & Star

Living with the aftermath of sexual abuse can have a huge impact on a persons life but finding help can be daunting. For women it can feel a little more straight forward however men sometime slip through the net. This week is Mens Health Week a week to raise awareness round the poor state of mens health across the world.

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Mates are good for your health – Shepparton News

Getting together with a group of mates has been linked to positive health and wellness outcomes so this Mens Health Week (June 14-20) the Australian Mens Shed Association (AMSA) is encouraging all men to book in a date with their mates, covid-safe. Youre never too old to get something out of having a group of friends whether theyve been around forever and a day, or theyre new connections, said AMSA Executive Officer David Helmers. With ageing comes an increasing importance in staying connected to people and to communities, but equally this connection can become increasingly challenging.

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Unlike Other Groups, Black Men’s Health Does Not Improve With Education Levels : Shots – Health News – NPR

Generally, more education leads to longer and healthier lives unless you are a Black man in America. Among the contributing factors is the isolation Black men often feel as they rise economically, says Thomas LaVeist, a sociologist and dean of the school of public health at Tulane University. Paula Burch-Celentano/Tulane University hide caption Generally, more education leads to longer and healthier lives unless you are a Black man in America.

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I Lost 20 Pounds and Got Ripped in 6 Months While Gyms Were Closed – menshealth.com

Ramie, a 31-year-old software engineer from Amsterdam, shares with Men's Health how getting serious about his diet and becoming more efficient in his workouts led to some big changes. After going to the gym three times a week for three months and not noticing any change, I began to think I was wasting my time.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger and His Son Joseph Baena Shared a Workout Selfie From Gold’s Gym – menshealth.com

Not long after Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a clip of his workout and expressed how happy he is to be able to get back into his routine at Gold's Gym, his son Joseph Baena posted a photo of the two of them mid-workout to Instagram. Both Gold's regulars, the pair frequently go to the gym together, and Baena has previously referred to his dad as the "best training partner in the world." He also has a habit of recreating Schwarzenegger's famous flexing poses from his days as an award-winning bodybuilder.

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Simu Liu Responds to the Chinese Criticism He Was ‘Too Ugly’ to Play Shang Chi – menshealth.com

In 2019, not long after Marvel announced that Canadian actor Simu Liu would be cast in the titular role of Shang Chi, the studios first Asian-lead superhero franchise, Chinese social media exploded. While many fans were already rightly concerned about Marvels adaptation choiceShang Chi emerged into comics in the 1970s as a reductionist Bruce Leeothers reacted against Liu himself. YouTube channel Asian Boss soon after posted a video surveying people on the street in Beijing

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How to Lower and Control Your Blood Sugar – Tips, What to Eat – menshealth.com

As a dietitian, I get a lot of questions about blood sugar; especially about whats normal, and how to lower it. First, it helps to know what blood sugar is and why its not good to have it be elevated. Blood sugar is a measure of glucose (sugar) in our blood

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Who Killed Sara? Season 2 Ending, Explained – Everything We Know So Far – menshealth.com

The following story contains spoilers for Season 2 of Who Killed Sara? Just when you think you have answers, another plot twist appears. Or, at least thats what happened in the Season 2 finale of Netflixs Who Killed Sara?

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Is There an ‘Army of the Dead’ Sequel? ‘Army of the Dead’ Sequels, Spin-Offs, Explained – menshealth.com

The following story contains spoilers for director Zack Snyder's Netflix movie Army of the Dead. 17 years after the fast-paced zombie awesomeness of his Dawn of the Dead remake, director Zack Snyder has made his grand return to the genre of the unliving with Netflix's Army of the Dead. And if 2 hours and 28 minutes of zombie heist magic wasn't enough for you, there's good news: more zombies are on the way.

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