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Mandate Leave Pass

May 14, 2013
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Mandate Leave Pass

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Give the gift of health to the men in your lives and buy them a Mandate Leave Pass – It might just save his life!

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Give the Mandate Leave Pass to the man/men in your life to take the afternoon off to go and see a GP for a general check...
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Men’s Health Week: Showcasing local responses to male health…

May 10, 2013
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Men’s Health Week: Showcasing local responses to male health…

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Men's Health Week is just 4 weeks away!

Men's Health Week is about encouraging local people to respond to the health and wellbeing needs of boys and blokes as they see fit.

Based on the idea that local people and local services are best placed to tackle health challenges, our 'Health Snapshots' theme aims...
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The other gender divide: where men are losing out | guardian.co.uk

May 6, 2013
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The other gender divide: where men are losing out | guardian.co.uk

The feminist movement is working to tackle misogyny and its many harmful consequences, but should it address misandry, the male equivalent, too? Photograph: Tim Wimborne/Reuters It's difficult to deny that women suffer more than men as a result of thei...
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Men’s Health Week 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

April 18, 2013
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Men’s Health Week 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

Men's Health Week is different from many health promotion campaigns. Often you'll see campaigns that aim to shock, scare, compel or otherwise encourage people in the community to do 'more of this and less of that'. We think that there is a real opport...
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Men’s Health Week 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

April 18, 2013
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Men’s Health Week 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

Men's Health Week is different from many health promotion campaigns. Often you'll see campaigns that aim to shock, scare, compel or otherwise encourage people in the community to do 'more of this and less of that'. We think that there is a real opport...
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Men’s Health Week, June 10 to16 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

April 18, 2013
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Men’s Health Week, June 10 to16 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

Men's Health Week is different from many health promotion campaigns. Often you'll see campaigns that aim to shock, scare, compel or otherwise encourage people in the community to do 'more of this and less of that'. We think that there is a real opport...
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Men’s Health Week, June 10 to 16 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

April 18, 2013
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Men’s Health Week, June 10 to 16 2013 – Helping health services to help men and boys

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Men's Health Week is different from many health promotion campaigns. Often you'll see campaigns that aim to shock, scare, compel or otherwise encourage people in the community to do 'more of this and less of that'.

We think that there is a real opportunity through Men's Health Week to empower people on the...
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A Guide to Prostate Cancer and Intimacy

April 16, 2013
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A Guide to Prostate Cancer and Intimacy

Returning to sex after prostate cancer can be difficult. Following surgery and radiation treatments, many men experience declines in their sexual function, including impotency and lowered libido. Depending on factors such as age, erectile function befo...
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A Guide to Prostate Cancer and Intimacy

April 16, 2013
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A Guide to Prostate Cancer and Intimacy

Returning to sex after prostate cancer can be difficult. Following surgery and radiation treatments, many men experience declines in their sexual function, including impotency and lowered libido. Depending on factors such as age, erectile function befo...
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Judith Grossman: A Mother, a Feminist, Aghast – WSJ.com

April 16, 2013
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Judith Grossman: A Mother, a Feminist, Aghast – WSJ.com

By JUDITH E. GROSSMAN I am a feminist. I have marched at the barricades, subscribed to Ms. magazine, and knocked on many a door in support of progressive candidates committed to women's rights. Until a month ago, I would have expressed unqualified supp...
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New survey shows men who don’t see their children much are still great fathers | Herald Sun

April 15, 2013
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New survey shows men who don’t see their children much are still great fathers | Herald Sun

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Wheelers Hill father Sam Katakouzinos and his son Liam, 7years spend special times together. Picture: Janine Eastgate Herald Sun

MEN who don't see their children much can still be terrific fathers, a new survey has found.

The study from the Parenting Research Centre has found it is the quality of the relationship that matters,...
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T4DM – a study into whether diet and testosterone can prevent type 2 diabetes

April 2, 2013
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T4DM – a study into whether diet and testosterone can prevent type 2 diabetes

What is the T4DM study? T4DM is a study into whether diet and testosterone can prevent type 2 diabetes in men who have prediabetes and relatively low testosterone. Researchers from the University of Adelaide will be recruiting about 1500 men who do not...
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Living Outback (new radio series on PBA FM and live streaming)

March 13, 2013
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Living Outback (new radio series on PBA FM and live streaming)

Rural and remote communities are at the centre of the mythology and cultural ethos of Australia. Most of us have indulged nostalgic and sentimental thoughts of the outback and life in the bush – helped along perhaps by a film we’ve seen. B...
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Nordic Countries defund Gender Ideology

March 12, 2013
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Nordic Countries defund Gender Ideology

A devastating blow for “Gender Theory”: the Nordic Council of Ministers (a regional inter-governmental co-operation consisting of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland) has decided to close down the NIKK Nordic Gender Institute. Th...
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Parenting Plan/Agreement research by Dads in Distress

March 4, 2013
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Parenting Plan/Agreement research by Dads in Distress

To Dads in Distress (DIDSS) members and supporters, As part of the member feedback work we are doing for the Department of Families and Housing, Community Support and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), our next paper (Paper No 5) is going to address the top...
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EMALE Issue 120 (March 2013)

March 1, 2013
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EMALE Issue 120 (March 2013)

In this month's issue: the way to being a great dad try to see it my way report future events engaging men National Men’s Health, Wellbeing & Relationships Training Seminar March 14 & 15 Crowne Plaza Hotel, Newcastle. National Men’...
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