The workshop upon which this report is based drew prominent behavioral and social researchers in men's health and related fields together to develop a consensus about men's health care needs and the ways society and our culture create barriers to the development of healthy lifestyles. It examines the sources of denial and how it and related attitudes can be changed, and develops recommendations to address clinical practice, intervention, communications, and policy issues related to men's health. Identifies gender as a significant factor influencing public health.
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Title: Promoting Men's Health: Addressing Barriers to Healthy Lifestyle and Preventive Health Care
Publication date 2004-09-14
Publication Year 2004
, Brigid McHugh
, Rita Moran
International Longevity Center-USA
, preventive health care
, healthy lifestyle
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