Friday Five – Men’s Health Month
June is Men’s Health Month and the purpose is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This week’s Friday Five shares what men can do to improve their health, preventative measures they can take and events in which to participate during Men’s Health Month.
Talking About Men’s Health™
The health and well-being of boys, men and their families.
June is Men’s Health Month, which makes this the perfect time to highlight the massive public health crisis that too many of us are not aware of. https://t.co/nSwpMmhA8K
— Men’s Health Network (@MensHlthNetwork) June 7, 2022
Minority Health Report
This important research from HHS.gov shows this country’s continued problem that 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.
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. Learn how you can help the men in your life adopt healthier habits: https://t.co/GhC0yzeVJj. pic.twitter.com/EzDhnQpgGc
— Minority Health (@MinorityHealth) June 6, 2022
Wear BLUE Day 2021: Friday, June 17th
Whether it is your friend, brother, dad, boyfriend, spouse, or boss, show them you care about them and their health by wearing blue. If Friday of Men’s Health Week doesn’t work for you then pick any other day of the year and start a fun Wear BLUE day at work.
RT @QualityInsights: On Friday, June 17 we ask you to #WearBlue to show your support for raising awareness about men’s & boys’ health issues. Show us your ‘fit using #ShowUsYourBlue! #MHM2022 #MensHealth #MensHealthMonth pic.twitter.com/86TqnmdNmm
— Quality Insights (@Qual_Insights) June 7, 2022
Check out this video from experts at the Mayo Clinic for men to keep healthy in June and beyond.
Time to celebrate the health and wellness of the men in your life during June’s observation of #MensHealthMonth.
— TogetherHealth (@together_hlth) June 9, 2022