Unless there is a change in men’s preventative health behaviour, the lives we celebrate today are shorter lived than they should be.
The Canadian Men's Health Foundation's campaign, Don't Change Much, delivers practical tips and tools to help men make easy lifestyle changes that will improve their long-term physical and mental health, writes the group's president, Wayne Hartrick. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
It’s International Men’s Day, a day to celebrate the positive value men bring to the world, their families, and their communities every day.
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