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MHW begins on the Monday before Father's Day and ends on Father's Day itself.
The overall aims of MHW are to:
Although most cancers get more common as you get older, testicular cancer is different. It’s most likely to happen when you’re young or middle aged.
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer of 25 to 49-year-old men (but it happens to younger and older guys too).
If you’re male and aged 15+, a simple monthly ball-check will give you the best chance of beating the disease should it ever happen to you. Here’s how to do it:
JOIN the winning team in the battle against testicular cancer!
A few minutes once a month to check your balls – that’s all it takes. Thinking it’s a good idea is one thing, remembering to do it is another. But we’re here to help…
#maycontainnuts our collection of recipes on Cookly Bookly. The aim is to raise awareness by sharing a common love of food.
MISSION: TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF MEN AND BOYS
If you're 40 or over you can use this tool before your NHS Health Check to get an idea of what your results might show. 30-40 year olds can use it too. It will give you a heart age plus lots of advice about improving your heart health.
This week, we are encouraging men to look out for each other, raise awareness, and #StandUpForMen.
There are 3 simple steps to take part:
Would you like to HEAR about Men's Health Week 2021 (the why, when, who, where and what), rather than have to READ about it? If so, click on the play button below to listen to Lorcan Brennan (Men's Development Network) speaking to Colin Fowler (Men's Health Forum in Ireland) about the week:
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