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Men’s Health Month: What should I ask at the doctor’s office?

Men are half as likely as women to go to the doctor in a two year-period and twice as likely to admit never seeing a doctor in their adult lives, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since one in two men will be diagnosed with cancer in his […]

No Shave November

#LetItGrow It’s almost time to put down your razors, scissors or clippers and grow out your hair for cancer prevention. Next month marks No Shave November– a campaign to raise awareness and funding for cancer prevention, research and education. This year, the Prevent Cancer Foundation is one of the four benefiting organizations of this incredible campaign. […]

Time to man up!

Gents – contrary to what we think…we are not invincible. This is why I want to let you know about Men’s Health Month. It is important to know what we can do to stay (or get) healthy to live the best and longest lives we can. Did you know that 1 out of 2 men […]

Prevent Cancer promotes men’s health for Movember

Yesterday mustaches were the “norm” at Virginia Theological Seminary. Prevent Cancer staff members spent the afternoon at Men’s Health Day in Scott Lounge, educating attendees about cancer prevention and early detection and handing out “prevention goody bags” filled with sunglasses, lip balm, carabiners, pens and informational materials. Many “mobrothers” and “mosistas” stopped by to chat […]

Dr. Richard Wender: The Manly Thing to Do

The strongest predictor of how long a new-born baby is destined to live is not whether they’re born in a city or in a rural area, their nationality, or the color of their skin.  It’s whether they are born male or female.  Men live about 5 fewer years than women. Are men just genetically predisposed […]