Men's Health Foundation Articles

8 Ways to Engage in Truth and Reconciliation

*This article contains information and links related to residential schools. Support is available to anyone who has been affected by residential schools. If you need emotional or crisis support, please contact the 24-Hour National Residential School Crisis Line at...

COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Really Need to Know

As a pharmacist, educator, and writer, I’ve been getting all kinds of questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Whether you’re wondering if the vaccine can make you sick, how it works, or what you can do after you get fully vaccinated, I’m here to give you the answers...

How to Start A Conversation About Mental Health with Men

How do you start a conversation with a male friend or loved one who you think might be struggling with a mental health problem or mental illness? Sometimes the topic comes up easily and naturally. Other times, not so much. Dr. Melanie Badali of Anxiety Canada shares 5 Tips for People Who Want to Help.

Introducing Buzz Bishop and the Parenting with Anxiety Session

With dads being such an important part of the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation audience, the decision to add Buzz Bishop, broadcaster, father of 2, and wellness advocate, as a Champion was a natural fit. Buzz is a three-time Guinness World Record holder. The first...

How to Make the Most of Canadian Men’s Health Month!

Life can be a bowl of cherries in June: golf is in full swing, barbecues are sizzling, and friends are sipping sweet lemonade together. But this roller coaster year is different. Stress, anxiety, and loneliness are at an all-time high for Canadian men and their...

Testicle Check-Up: How to Do a Self-Exam

Testicle Check-Up: How to Do a Self-Exam

Balls. Nuts. Sack. While there are plenty of nicknames for our hormone-and sperm-producing sex organs, how many guys actually know anything about testicle health? For instance, did you know that testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men younger than age 35?...

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