John Harper of Mate Helping Mate teaches Gus to shear a sheep and talks about rural mental health issues and isolation.
If you are healthy, you still have time to complete this chronically-ill bucket list.
Aussie men describing the expression “Man Up”.
Mates4Mates takes ex-soldiers out to help them heal through sharing and bonding with others like them.
Three segments from John Harper’s Mate Helping Mate workshop.
Hepatitis C is not the men’s health media darling, but it still poses as risk. Learning how to prevent it is imperative and easier than you think.
Is a man’s physical strength necessary for masculine identity today?
Triple M call out to men to ask if it is okay to cry.
One man got the leg up on his sedentary work lifestyle with a clever, quick fix.
Old pain can create new feelings, and it’s not depression this time. It’s an unidentifiable emotion, which I must learn to endure as I continue to heal.
The Movember Foundation and The Good Men Project are celebrating awareness of serious health issues facing men.
A surprising reason exists as a cause for ED. Have you heard of the connection between heart disease and the inability to achieve erections?
Men, we need to talk. Go to weneedtotalk.movember.com for more information on how to start important conversations and share this video to keep the conversation going.
Nowadays, for many men the sweet spot of their lifestyles is that split second that occurs between being awake and falling asleep from exhaustion.
Knowing what to look for, and what to report to your doctor, can be a matter of life and death.