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The Men’s Health Revolution: Doing More Good Than Curing Cancer

“Over 375,000 lives would be saved in a single year in the U.S. alone if men’s risk of dying was as low as women’s.”

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By Jed Diamond Ph.D

I’ve been interested in men’s health for a very long time. I was five years old when my uncle drove me to the mental…




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