Could ED Mean Diabetes?
Male sweat pheromone may increase cooperation among men
Depression myths and facts
Men struggle with discussing prostate woes
Improve testosterone without drugs
Brisk walking benefits men with prostate cancer
Depression in dads affects kids gravely
Top 10 men’s health issues
Mom issues health warning after 16-year-old son dies of testicular cancer
The best foods to strengthen your teeth
Erectile issues an early sign of disease
Google to feature health-centered Google+ Hangouts for International Men's Health Month
Cancer and diet: Why is nutrition overlooked?
Sportsmen who choose to wear the colour are more likely to be winners because they are 'dressing to kill'
Men who wear red when competing have higher testosterone levels
ED tied to long-term narcotic use in men
11 male infertility myths debunked
Competition with rivals boosts testosterone level
Study uncovers four new genetic risk factors for testicular cancer
Canadians eager for more virtual, mobile health care solutions
Depression may raise risk of gut infection
Searching for the male fountain of youth? Go exercise
Mind your head and discuss your mental health
5 weird signs you're vitamin-deficient
Insomnia may double the risk of prostate cancer
Symptoms you should never ignore
Third of men admit to having a midlife crisis
Hormonal shifts in obese men may harm heart
42 per cent of men have never had a sexual health check-up
Lack of sleep linked to smaller testicles and lower sperm count
15 cancer symptoms men ignore
Foods that boost men’s health
Obesity linked to prostate cancer, study finds
Global health policy fails to address burden of disease on men
British health minister Diane Abbott warns of British 'masculinity crisis'
Understanding the teenage brain
How to quiet your mind and get more shuteye
Stronger reaction to masculinity threats tied to testosterone
Are you secretly eating more sugar?
Portion size related to overeating
Solutions to common male skin problems
How sexual frequency corresponds with happiness
Heavy drinking and sedentary lifestyle pose risks to brain health but aerobic exercise can help
Foods that make men better in bed
More men suffering from eating disorders
The truth about guys and sex: They fake it, too
For Teens: Testicular cancer self-exams
The correct diet can help avoid kidney disease
Top 10 worst male health habits
Taste of beer alone triggers happy brain chemicals
Married men with prostate cancer 40% less likely to die than their single counterparts
Seniors benefit from using social media
Doctor links heart health and sex
Depressed teenagers are more likely to have mental illness during twenties
Eating fish helps you live longer
"Western-style" diet may increase risk of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes
5% drop in emergency admissions for asthma in England
Study confirms men can't read women's emotions
Study finds active people have a better cognitive performance than those with bad physical health
Apple-shaped people may have higher risk of kidney disease
$5 million to support men’s health
25 fast and easy ways to get healthier
Coronary heart disease (CHD) increases with BMI
Men more depressed than women if childless
6 scary times for your heart
Men with low testosterone may be at greater risk for rheumatoid arthritis
What your nails say about your health
How insomnia harms your heart
Music benefits both mental and physical health
Postnatal depression in men
Allergy Remedies: Fact or Fiction
Gender-specific differences in illness
Study finds dwelling on stressful events can increase inflammation in the body
Lack of sleep and unlimited food access a recipe for weight gain
People with mental illness more likely to be victims
Energy drinks linked to changes in heart rhythm
Men get osteoporosis, too - but they probably don't know it
Manual rectal exams still gold standard in prostate cancer detection
Older adults who play video games are more likely to be happier and have better emotional health
Emotional & life skills necessary for a healthy relationship
1 in 7 Alzheimer’s cases could be prevented with more exercise, study finds
Spotting the warning signs of depression in men
Helmets, mouthguards could offer false sense of security
A Mediterranean diet linked to 30% reduced risk of developing heart disease
Study finds exercise linked to reduced risk of developing prostate cancer
Recognizing the "unusual" signs of depression
3 surprising ways to fight a cold
Drinking tea may cut prostate cancer risk
Alcohol abusers' depression often related to drinking
5 DIY skin fixes
Teens in primary age range for testicular cancer
Eating fruits and vegetables boosts your mood
Men who do little exercise and spend much of their spare time watching TV have lower sperm counts than more active men
Study finds a structured, routine eating pattern does your body good
Eating deep-fried foods associated with higher prostate cancer risk
15 condom mistakes you could be making
10 ways to stop a cold in its tracks
4 things that kill your erection
3 quick ways to test your eyesight
Link found between Depression and Muscle Dysmorphia in men
Secrets of people who never get sick
How to react when you're angry
Study finds that a high fiber diet helps prevents prostate cancer progression
A new study shows that a diet high in saturated fat can lead to lower sperm count
7 pains you should never ignore
3 cancer-fighting foods to add to your diet
4 flu shot myths debunked
More positive evidence for eating dark chocolate - can protect against heart disease and stroke
Your 4-step guide to happiness
Depressed elderly men found to use hospital services longer and more frequently
5 delicious foods to help you recover from the holidays
With the new year ringing in tonight here are 3 resolutions that should top every man's list
Study finds men are more likely to ignore symptoms of depression than women
Is winter making you depressed?
6 ways your body may clue you in to possible health problems
A soft drink a day raises prostate cancer risk
Facts and myths about men's health
How stress affects men’s health
Men are twice as likely as women to have their depression written off as nothing more than feeling a little low, according to a study of attitudes to mental health
Regular exercise is highly beneficial for men's wellbeing - physically, mentally, and sexually
Science vs. Soda: What’s Really in Your Diet Coke?
Five of the major Men’s muscle foods
Dr. Richard Wassersug says testosterone can blind men to their feelings
With male health under the spotlight this Movember, we highlight some health issues men face… and ignore
Exercising on an empty stomach could be better for you than doing so after a meal, according to a study
A study of overweight men who exercised regularly for just a few months found that as their waists shrunk, their mental agility grew
Act like a man? Well, not if you want to live a healthier life
A British health group says men who can't see their "appendage" are obese and at risk of losing up to nine years of their life
Achieving men's health – 'difficult job, easily done'
Increase your chances of accomplishing your short and long-term health and fitness goals through the simple addition of the sunshine vitamin
As little as 75 minutes a week of physical activity can extend your life by nearly two years, according to U.S. researchers
Movember is back and with a new focus - mental health
A new study has found obese teenage boys have alarmingly low levels of testosterone - between 40 to 50% less than males of the same age
Half of people incorrectly believe we should wait until age 30 or older before taking action to prevent heart disease and stroke
Cancer survivor and UBC urology professor Richard Wassersug says doctors must discuss the 'brutal realities' of prostate cancer treatment with patients
Men still waiting to see the doctor when something is wrong. How do we make regular maintenance a priority?
Sitting for a long time every day can boost kidney disease risk
Men who started smoking cigarettes at an early age have an increase in mortality from all causes compared with those who are nonsmokers
October 10 marks World Mental Health Day
Heart & Stroke Foundation presents 'The Undeading'
Prostate cancer support groups help men cope
Middle-aged and older men who get enough antioxidants in their diets may have better-quality sperm
Having access to a personal computer lowers or decreases the risk of cognitive decline and dementia in older men by up to 40%
Why are men at such a high risk for suicide?
David Hatfield created his course Manology for men of all walks of life to gather and talk about issues spanning everything from masculinity to depression
Movember's 2012 announcement video featuring Dr. Larry Goldenberg
This year, Movember is proud to announce that it will address both prostate cancer and male mental health
Get moving, stay active, and become motivated with these heart-healthy tips
Men who eat chocolate may cut their risk of stroke, according to a new Swedish study
As men age, their testosterone levels begin to decline. This can be a normal part of aging, but may also be due to hypogonadism
Men over 75 who regularly swim, walk or do gymnastics can add two years to their lives
Men who carry a small “spare tire” around their waist but are otherwise a healthy weight are at triple the risk of dying from heart disease or stroke, a study has found
The way you cook your meat might be raising your risk of prostate cancer
Healthy fats quell your appetite, cutting the number of calories you eat in a day, while improving your heart health and stoking your metabolism
Erectile dysfunction in younger guys may be a warning sign for cardiovascular disease
A couple of handfuls of walnuts a day can make a man’s sperm stronger, faster and prettier
Tomatoes, particularly the ingredient lycopene found in tomatoes, assist in prostate health
Scientists have found a new reason for men to keep a toned body – it can significantly reduce the risk of diabetes in men.
Although erectile dysfunction (ED) has been shown to be an early warning sign for heart disease, some physicians – and patients – still think of it as just as a natural part of “old age.”
A sedentary lifestyle causes premature deaths around the world comparable in numbers to deaths caused by smoking.
Learn all about how to keep protected from the sun's rays this summer
Think you're not at risk for osteoporosis because you're a male? Think again. Men make up 20% suffering from the condition.
The Globe and Mail discusses the need for Men’s Centres
World-renowned robotic prostate surgeon, Dr. David Samadi, discusses data linking prostate removal surgery with follow-up bladder surgery
Eating a diet high in salt for several years can damage your blood vessels upping your risk for developing high blood pressure
One-third of men between ages 18 and 25 suffer from at least one sexual dysfunction, according to a recent study.
Learn the risks and signs for bladder, kidney and testicle cancers
Here are 3 things you shouldn't be reluctant to bring up at your next doctor’s appointment.
One of the benefits of weight loss is increasing testosterone and your libido.
It turns out you can eat your water too.
Father's Day is fast approaching and, it's a great way to reflect on ways to improve a man's health. For men, a few simple steps can mean spending more days with family and those you love.
Middle aged men can go through hormonal changes too
Erectile dysfunction from a sedentary lifestyle can affect younger men too
New dads are just as likely as moms to suffer from the anxiety, stress and depression associated with the “baby blues,” according to Australian researchers.
The Current discusses the decision of the SFU Student Union to earmark funding for a Men's centre
Featuring 100 intimate portraits of notables like Pierre Trudeau, Brett Wilson and Preston Manning
These conditions are only associated with women, but men are still at risk. Here's what every man should know.
A few simple words could save your man from prostate cancer
Journal of European Urology study finds robot-assisted surgery is now both more common and far more successful than radical "open" surgery to treat prostate cancer
Are you a man concerned about stress-related issues or a woman worried about your man? A new blog has launched that's just for you.
How can men build up their testosterone levels? Check out these 5 tips
B.C. men are to benefit from a $5-million provincial grant to the Vancouver Prostate Centre, a University of British Columbia and Vancouver General Hospital Centre of Excellence and world leader in research and treatment of prostate cancer.
An Archives of Internal Medicine study concludes ‘watchful waiting’ a valid option for men with slow-growing tumors
The next decade should do for prostate cancer what the past one has done for breast cancer
If you'd like to hold on to your sex drive and muscle building potential then up your testosterone levels with these five foods that are high in zinc to boost the manly hormone.
Fatherhood still a possibility after a cancer diagnosis
Screening tests can find diseases early, when they’re easiest to treat. Talk to your doctor about which preventive medical tests you need to stay healthy.
Smoking slows memory and reasoning in middle-aged men
Skipping important health tests could be a matter of life and death, especially for men, who are less likely to see their doctors on a regular basis anyway. Don't ignore these essential routine screenings.
Increased physical activity is associated with better sexual function in men under 40, according to a new study.
A professor from American University in Cairo says discovery of prostate cancer in a 2,200-year-old mummy indicates the disease was caused by genetics, not environment.
Geoffrey Woollard chats with Dr. Goldenberg about the progress of the Men's Health Initiative
Report finds only five per cent diagnosed, given replacement treatment
It's the time of year to watch out for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) - the blues because the days are shorter and gloomier
Innovation, leadership over past 10 years have enabled laudable achievements at Vancouver Coastal Health hospitals
What to do when stuck at 30,000 feet next to sneezers and coughers
Cactus Restaurants Employees Raise over $38,000 for Men’s Health
Ignoring men’s health costs the federal government and the private sector more than $320 billion per year
The month of November wrapped with Movember raising $32.7M for prostate cancer research and men's health awareness.
Trudeau speaks to the importance of a men's health initiative in a House of Commons address on November 30, 2011
Dr. Larry Goldenberg talks with Sun News about the challenge of raising awareness around men's health issues.
Movember is brilliant marketing and a good first step for men's health awareness but more needs to be done.
Dr. Larry Goldenberg discusses progress on a national men's health initiative.
...it's called WisdomFishing.com, and it's free.
Dr. Larry Goldenberg discusses the progress of the Men's Health Initiative on The Early Edition
A national conference on men's health begins Tuesday that is bringing together health and policy experts from across the country, including one from British Columbia that is calling for a national institute for men's health.
NHS Choices launches a penis health gallery to help men spot penis problems
Younger men need to be aware of prostate cancer risks and get tested early, says Tom Sayle, co-chairman of the North Shore support group who was diagnosed 10 years ago at age 46.
Many prostate cancer experts in the United States have condemned the recommendation by the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), announced last week, against the routine screening of healthy men with the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test.
The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) called for discontinuation of PSA screening. See an important counterpoint from Dr. Larry Goldenberg.
Couples counseling helps patients beyond medications such as Viagra, new study shows
Men generally have a lower life expectancy than women, but the gap has narrowed in the past decade.
The male menopause has long been dismissed as an excuse for men behaving badly in middle age but 'can be safely cured with testosterone treatment'
Branko gives men a hand with their regular prostate check
The first four of eight questions asked after the High Performance Man event.
Elderly men who spend little time in deep sleep could be at risk of developing high blood pressure.
Incontinence during sex is a long-lasting problem for roughly one in eight men who've had their prostate removed due to cancer, a study of more than 1,400 patients has found.
A B.C. based medical journal is calling for a volume cap on iPods and other music devices.
Men think that clinical depression is something that doesn't happen to them... except that it does
Study suggests diagnosis of cancer is more frequent for men
Anti-cancer nutrient, Sulforaphane, shown for the first time to selectively target and kill cancer cells while leaving normal prostate cells healthy and unaffected.
Dr. Cooperberg discusses his research into tools and instruments which provide better risk assessment for prostate cancer.
Point Dad toward the doctor for a true Father's Day gift
Former Canuck captain Stan Smyl wants you to Man Up
Men and Heart Disease
Explaining Why Meditators May Live Longer TIME Magazine By Maia Szalavitz Thursday, December 23, 2010
A video clip of Dr. Larry Goldenberg and Dr. Richard Bebb about men and old age.
Part 1: This government makes me look fat
Fighting Obesity: the wrong way vs. the right way
BCHLA's policy positions for the leadership candidates for the Liberal and NDP parties.
The big fat question: how do we actually lose weight?
Men die earlier, get sicker more, B.C. delegation tells national conference
Clinician Shannon Griffin discusses sexual function after prostate surgery and demonstrates a penile injection for erection enhancement.
Low serum testosterone and increased mortality in men with coronary heart disease article and response by Dr. Richard Bebb.
An article about PSA testing and a link to a video interview with Dr. Larry Goldenberg.
Have a look at the new heart health videos on our site.
With Dr. Mike Carter. Live video from our 2nd Public Forum on Men's Health which took place May 19, 2010 in Kelowna, BC.
With Dr. Stacy Elliott. Live video from our 2nd Public Forum on Men's Health which took place May 19, 2010 in Kelowna, BC.
With Dr. Larry Goldenberg. Live video from our 2nd Public Forum on Men's Health which took place May 19, 2010 in Kelowna, BC.
With Dr. Kristina Towill. Live video from our 2nd Public Forum on Men's Health which took place May 19, 2010 in Kelowna, BC.
The Evergreen Guys Research Project: Getting guys through the health clinic’s door
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Prostate Cancer Journey
All about colorectal cancer: risk factors, symptoms & screening information - who, what, where, when, why.
Heart Health: What You Need to Know - with Dr. Saul Isserow
What Every Man Should Know About Their Sexual Life with Dr. Stacy Elliott.
Bone Health (Osteoporosis) in Men with Dr. Eric Orwoll.
Low Testosterone in Men (Hypogonadism) with Dr. Richard Bebb.
A Review of Men's Health Issues in BC with Dr. Dan Bilsker.
Men's Health: A Global Perspective, with Dr. Larry Goldenberg
A broken heart is not always about love: Heart health for men
Low testosterone on CTV with Dr. Rhonda Low
Diabetes rates in British Columbia have more than doubled in the last decade.
B.C. diabetes cases double in decade. Sedentary lifestyles, poor diet drive statistics, particularly among those with Type 2
Diabetes cost could hit $17 billion a year by 2020. More than 20 people diagnosed every hour in Canada: Canadian Diabetes Association
Are You on the Right Path? The Need for a Men's Health Initiative
A Campaign to Extend Men's Lives
Check out photos from our launch week.
Men's Health Initiative provides insight into the program on CBC Radio One Vancouver.
Men's Health Initiative of BC is interviewed on CBC Radio One Vancouver.
Men's Health on CTV with Dr. Rhonda Low.
Men are less likely than women to use health care in the most effective way or become informed about their own health.
In countries around the world, including Canada, a consistent pattern of life expectancy has developed over the past century: Men die at an earlier age than women.
How can men live longer, better? The Men’s Health Initiative of BC (MHIBC) plans to address this and other issues related to men’s health.
International Men’s Day began on November 19, 1999 in Trinidad and Tobago and was supported by the United Nations.