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External linkpdf file White Paper: A Framework for Advancing the Overall Health and Wellness of America’s Boys and Men [PDF | 1.56MB] Exit Disclaimer

The Men's Health Network has unveiled the first comprehensive cross-cutting analysis of the health and well-being of men, boys, and their families across the lifespan. "A Framework for Advancing the Overall Health and Wellness of America's Boys and Men" defines needs, and issues a call to action with emphasis on minority, low-income, and underserved males. It also recognizes the important role women play in improving the health and well-being of men and boys. Download the report.

External linkpdf file Border Health Report Released [PDF | 1.15MB] Exit Disclaimer
The United States-Mexico Border Health Commission has released study results about the framework and operation of institutional review boards of research programs on both sides of the border and how research participants are protected. Survey participants included faculty, researchers, practitioners and staff working in public and private health institutions with an active research program along the border.
External link Test Your Knowledge About Men’s Health
Test your knowledge about men's health issues by answering the questions on this web site. Click on an answer for each question and submit your answers at the end of the quiz to find out if you're right and to learn more about the topic.
External link Leading Causes of Death in Men
Charts listing causes of deaths of males by all races combined, white males, ethnic groups, and within all age groups in the United States (2004).
External link Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) for HPV Vaccine (Interim Version)
This guide will provide you with what you need to know about the genital human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. It is the most common sexually transmitted virus in the United States. There are about 40 types of HPV. About 20 million people in the U.S. are infected, and about 6.2 million more get infected each year.
External linkpdf file HPV and Men
Genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted virus. There are more than 30 types of genital HPV that can infect the genital area of men.
External link Men and Depression -- Fact Sheet
Summarizes what is known about depression in men. También disponible en español.
External link Healthy Living Calendars
This page links to a variety of 8½ x 11 one-page calendars that promote taking simple steps every day to live a safe and healthy life. Click on a calendar to view and print one online, or contact CDC to order a copy.
External link Having a Super Bowl Party?
You may or may not you know the difference between a wide receiver and a quarterback, but if you are having or going to a get-together for the big game, make sure it’s safe and healthy.
External link Tips for a Healthy Life for Men
Click on the links provided on this web page to learn more about how you can start living healthier today!
External link 9 a Day for African American Men
9 A Day -- a national campaign to encourage African American men to eat 9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. African American men are among the most seriously affected by diet-related chronic diseases, and have the lowest overall consumption of fruits and vegetables.
External link Men: Stay Healthy at Any Age
This men's health fact sheet offers, at a glance, what the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends regarding seven important medical screening tests for men and other important information on ways to stay healthy.
External link Men and Heart Disease: An Atlas of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mortality
Men and Heart Disease: An Atlas of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mortality



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