Category: men’s health

Men, Let’s Look at Our Culture to Understand and Improve Our Health

Photo of Demetrius Parker in 1996 holding his young son Vitthal, and seated next to his late father John H. Parker, Sr.

“Understanding your cultural background can help you prevent cancer or control it. For example, the foods you eat, how physically active you are, how close you are to a doctor’s office—even religious and spiritual beliefs—can either make it more or less likely that you may get cancer in your lifetime.” Read More >

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Overwhelmed by Too Many Health Tips? Cheat Sheet for Men’s Cancer Screenings and Good Health

Cheat Sheet for Men’s Cancer Screenings and Good Health

“If you’re like my husband, you get a lot of health tips from your wife, mom, coworkers, and friends. To help you manage your cancer screenings, I’ve created your very own cheat sheet for cancer screenings and good health. Print it out and take it to your next appointment so you can add your doctor’s recommendations for further screenings or tests based on your own health, family history, and age.” Read More >

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