In observance of International Men’s Day, we bring you some very sobering observations on the state of men and boys from the pages of Men’s Health Australia.
Aimee McGee takes a look at the British Public Health system and speculates as to whether men are getting the short end of the stethoscope. But it looks like it may take new laws to even find out.
Safety in the workplace is a very important issue. Dead and injured workers don’t produce, not for the company and not for their families, so keeping them healthy and productive is essential. But what, in human terms, is their real worth?
A week ago a man made a post to the forums of Men’s Health Magazine, expressing suicidal feelings. Men’s Health Magazine responded with exactly nothing, save their readers turning the crises into a lecture on condoms and child support. If we don’t help, no one will.
Greg Canning made an inquiry to the Australian Human Rights Commission about getting a page up on their website regarding International Men’s Day. As usual, the equality dried up when it was a man asking for it. But Dr. Canning has a message for them.
Germany has recently outlawed the practice of circumcision, more accurately known as male genital mutilation. It is a decision that cuts sharply across religious lines, creating hostilities. Dan Moore wants to know why.
Paul Elam reveals his personal journey from bad to improving health, and the factors that led him there. This one is not for the squeamish or feint of heart. Set that plate of pasta aside before reading.