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Men’s health to the fore at Ballina meeting

More than 100 men attended the recent men’s health evening in Ballina, which was organised by the Ballina Family Resource Centre, the HSE and Ballina Lions Club.

Grow a masterpiece moustache for Movember

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A great man is usually accompanied by a great moustache. Think about it - Albert Einstein, Salvador Dali, Freddie Mercury, Friedrich Nietzsche, Lord Kitchener, Friedrich Engels, and Tom Selleck.

Galway University Hospitals in radical international study on prostate cancer treatment

A leading surgeon at Galway University Hospitals (GUH), in conjunction with a research team at the HRB Clinical Research Facility, NUI Galway is aiming to improve survival rates in prostate cancer, the most common cancer amongst Irish men.

Figures for prostate cancer diagnosis in Westmeath county still too high

Prostate cancer figures remain steady in Westmeath at an average of 42 per year. 2009 saw the numbers diagnosed in Westmeath county at 43, still too high with many leaving diagnosis too late. At the launch of the free Astellas Pharma Living with Prostate Cancer information pack the message for men was clear – to avoid late diagnosis visit your GP.

Figures for prostate cancer diagnosis in Kilkenny still too high

Prostate cancer figures remain steady in Kilkenny at an average of 49 cases per year.

Help for men at Mayo Holistic

There is very little doubt that most men over 40 visit the toilet nightly, frequently going twice, three times or more often most nights. The bladder-bursting feeling can affect all men very badly. Some people may say that it’s usually put down to getting older, and “sure there’s not much I can do about it”, however, Kieran at Mayo Holistic has news for you, as there is a simple solution to this problem waiting for you at MayoHolistic.com.

Grow a moustache for Movember

Throughout the decades many famous men have proudly worn a moustache - Salvador Dali, Tom Selleck, Frank Zappa, Friedrich Nietzsche, Mark Twain, and ahem, Adolf Hitler.

 

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