Dr. David Gremillion of the Men's Health Network, states that "There is a silent health crisis in America...it's a fact that, on average, American men are sicker and die younger than American women." Dr. Gremillion has written extensively on men's health, and he is encouraged to see that the tide is beginning to turn as more men have become interested in their health status. Let's keep this momentum going - join these webinars so that you can motivate yourself and the men in your lives toward greater health awareness!
Thursday, 6/8, 11:00 am - 11:45 am: Men's Health Issues
While men experience common diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and depression, these are disproportionately represented, with men have higher rates. Learn the risk factors for chronic diseases so that men can prevent and/or get early detection for optimal physical and mental health outcomes.
Thursday, 6/15, 11:00 am - 11:45 am: Keep Dad Healthy and Strong
In honor of Father's Day on June 18, we'll share information specific to those special men in our lives. Learn ways to help them stay happy and healthy with balanced nutrition, physical activity that will stick, and practical ways to reduce stress and relax. So, if you're a dad, be sure to join - and invite your dad to join this webinar!
Thursday, 6/22, 11:00 am - 11:45 am: Man Up to Good Health
This webinar will encourage men to make their health a priority. Join this comprehensive presentation to learn valuable information on men's health screenings, disease risk factors, and healthy lifestyle strategies for men. Invite the men in your life to participate!
Thursday, 6/29, 11:00 am - 11:45 am: Men's Mental Health
How do men express their emotional and mental stress? You may be surprised to learn that some of the common emotional stress-related signs are anger and irritability, engagement in risky behaviors, and physical symptoms such as headaches and digestive issues, to name just a few. This enlightening presentation will present information on these and additional symptoms as well as how men can be supported.