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FOUR HUNDRED millilitres - that is how much liquid was drained from Michael’s left testicle when he was a teenager. That is more than what a can of lemonade holds, but who could he have talked to about it?
In order to mark ‘Movenber’, the Irish Cancer Society along with the Health and Wellbeing division in the HSE are organising a free health information evening in the Salthill Hotel on November 30 from 6pm to 9pm. Men and their partners are invited to attend this health promotion initiative.
The Irish Men’s Sheds Association (IMSA), which has 14 sheds in County Westmeath, has marked the official launch of a new dedicated men’s health website - malehealth.ie.
This April, the Movember Foundation is encouraging guys and their partners to get to ‘Know thy Nuts’. The mission of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month is to educate the country about what’s normal and most importantly, what’s not.
While men across the world take part in Movember, Galway is about to run its own, very specific take on the moustache growing charity, in an effort to raise money for local cancer charity Cancer Care West.
Movember is back and this year it aims to get the Irish public flexing their muscles while raising awareness and funds for men’s health.
Movember brought back the moustache and now it is bringing ‘MOVE,’ a 30-day fitness challenge to raise funds and awareness for men’s health.
Week three of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme ‘Men’s Health’ will focus on equipping men with the information and advice they need to look after their health. Men in Ireland experience a disproportionate burden of ill-health and their life expectancy is five years less than women.
St Muredach’s College in Ballina welcomed back one of their own last week as former Mayo football captain, Ronan McGarrity, returned to the college.