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Men's Health Week June 11-17, 2012

Let Men's Health week launch you into good healthMen's Health Week Exit Disclaimer is about bringing national attention to the state of men's health in order to "heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys." Celebrated during the month of June (Men's Health Month) and leading up to Father's Day, the week allows health care providers, public policy makers, media, family and friends to encourage men and boys to regularly participate in preventive screenings, seek regular medical advice and receive early treatment for disease and injury. A healthy life doesn't happen overnight and neither does an unhealthy one, but with the right information and some healthy decision making, bad habits can be changed and a comeback may be right around the corner. Check the links below and find the facts you need to stay on the right path or get back to where you need to be.

 
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