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June is Men’s Health Month, and we are proud to partner with @minorityhealth to encourage boys, men and their families to practice healthy living, by exercising regularly, eating healthy and getting the #COVID19 vaccine when the time comes. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #VaccineReady

This Men’s Health Month we are joining @minorityhealth in encouraging men to take control of their health. Take steps towards taking control by getting the facts about vaccinations and getting #VaccineReady: https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Having honest discussions about health can help make living healthier easier. Checkout OMH’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health this Men’s Health Month and start the conversation with the men and boys in your life. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

This Men’s Health Month we are joining @minorityhealth in encouraging families to teach young boys healthy habits throughout childhood. Checkout OMH’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health and start the conversation with the men and boys in your life. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Despite advances in science, public health and health care, the health status of racial and ethnic minority men continues to lag behind the general population. Visit @minorithealth’s website to learn how you can help the men in your life adopt healthier habits. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Share @minorityhealth’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health to remind the men and boys in your life to prioritize their health by getting regular checkups, making healthy food choices, staying active, quitting smoking, taking care of their mental health and being #VaccineReady. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

We are excited to join @minorityhealth and others around the nation to observe Wear Blue Day on June 18. Wear blue and remind the men and boys in your life to make healthy choices, stay active and get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

 
 

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June is Men’s Health Month, and we are proud to partner with @minorityhealth to encourage boys, men and their families to practice healthy living, by exercising regularly, eating healthy and getting the #COVID19 vaccine when the time comes. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #VaccineReady

This Men’s Health Month we are joining @minorityhealth in encouraging men to take control of their health. Take steps towards taking control by getting the facts about vaccinations and getting #VaccineReady: https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Having honest discussions about health can help families to teach young boys healthy habits throughout childhood. Checkout OMH’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health and start the conversation with the men and boys in your life. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #NationalMensHealthMonth #MensHealthMonth #ActiveandHealthy #FindYourHealth

Despite our nation’s vast advances in science, public health and health care, the health status of racial and ethnic minority men continues to lag behind the general population. Visit @minorithealth’s website to learn how you can help the men in your life adopt healthier habits. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #NationalMensHealthMonth #MensHealthMonth #HealthEquity

Share @minorityhealth’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health to remind the men and boys in your life to prioritize their health by getting regular checkups, making healthy food choices, staying active, quitting smoking, taking care of their mental health and being #VaccineReady. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #NationalMensHealthMonth #MensHealthMonth #ActiveandHealthy #FindYourHealth

We are excited to join @minorityhealth and others around the nation to observe Wear Blue Day on June 18. Wear blue and remind the men and boys in your life to make healthy choices, stay active and get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

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June is Men’s Health Month, and we are proud to partner with @minorityhealth to encourage boys, men and their families to practice healthy living, by exercising regularly, eating healthy and getting the COVID-19 vaccine when the time comes. Learn more: https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health #VaccineReady

This Men’s Health Month we are joining @minorityhealth in encouraging men to take control of their health. Take steps towards taking control by getting the facts about vaccinations and getting #VaccineReady: https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Having honest discussions about health can help teach young boys healthy habits throughout childhood. Checkout OMH’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health and start the conversation with the men and boys in your life. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Despite our nation’s vast advances in science, public health and health care, the health status of racial and ethnic minority men continues to lag behind the general population. Visit @minorithealth’s website to learn how you can help the men in your life adopt healthier habits. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

Share @minorityhealth’s 6 Plays for Men’s Health to remind the men and boys in your life to prioritize their health by getting regular checkups, making healthy food choices, staying active, quitting smoking, taking care of their mental health and being #VaccineReady. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health

We are excited to join @minorityhealth and others around the nation to observe Wear Blue Day on June 18. Wear blue and remind the men and boys in your life to make healthy choices, stay active and get the #COVID19 vaccine as soon as possible. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/mens-health