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– Latest emale mag – issue #176 (March/April):
Improving male health & well-being:


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Overcoming our digital disconnection.
Why 1 in 4 of us is lonely.

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 – Website profiles…

[ International Men’s Day .COM ]

International Men's website link

Hosted by DAD’S4KIDS ( Fatherhood Foundation )


The first Australian International Men’s Day consisted of a single celebration in 1994. Taking place in Sydney (Circular Quay) with a march to Observatory Hill followed by a few speakers. The event was co-ordinated by Mr Graham North and contrary to the small number of around 50 the rally was a start. Read further about the Australian launch here


[ International Men’s Day .INFO ]

International Men's website link

Hosted by AMHF (Australian Men’s Health Forum)


 Hosted in partnership with the AMHF, AIMHF & the MHIRC.


An add from the 1950’s…
“One of the best ways Men get to know each other… Lionel Trains”:



Award Reviews

The Men’s Health Week AMHF Awards announced for 2019. Either click on the link ( image above) for the AMHF site for details or review them below – images (linked) to their respective organisations for your interest.

NSW award – Mr Perfect.

ACT Award – Men’s Health Down under.

QLD Award – Trademutt

SA Award – Rotary Men’s Well-ness campaign.

TAS Award – Tasmen (Men with a heart exhibition)

VIC Award – Halt (Hope Assistance Local Tradies)

WA Award – the Fathering Project.


 – Special Features:

Famous Aussie Blokes:

The very mention of an Australian bloke might bring to your mind the image of a beer guzzling, tanned, fun loving lounger on the picturesque beaches. Ever thought about what Australia would actually be like if Australians actually fit the Aussie stereotype? On the contrary without the relentless hard word, ingenuity, and dedicated men who gave their all, see here – Famous Australian men.


Famous Aussie male athletes list:

Australia has a rich history of competing in sports for well over a century, famous males that make the competition so exciting and enjoyable to watch. Some of the best Australian male athletes in the world of whom have represented Australia in the Olympics are included… follow the link to read up on the names of these talented male athletes of Australia – Aussie Aussie Aussie – Oi Oi Oi.


 – Men’s Health Facts & Figures…

Australian Bureau of Statistics:

In 2014-15, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) around 1.5 million Australian men aged 18 years and over (17 per cent) had a mental or behavioural condition.  Dr. Paul Jelfs, ABS General Manager of Population and Social Statistics, said that the most common mental or behavioural conditions for Australian men were anxiety-related conditions and depression. “It’s important to get more men talking about how they’re feeling, with suicide being the leading cause of death for men aged 15 to 44 years in 2015.

In 2014, 60 per cent of men experienced personal stressors that had affected them, their family, or a close friend. Issues such as: serious illness, a death of a family member or mate, unable to get work, divorce or separation. “Looking at overall life satisfaction we see that it varies across different groups of men.

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Guidelines for Male Suicide prevention – AIMHS:

There are a number of vulnerable men at risk of suicide:

Unemployed males
• Experiencing separation
• Rural and remote areas
• Social disconnecting
• Drinking too much alcohol and/or substance abuse
• Experiencing depression, anxiety, or mental disorder
• Powerlessness… work, home, social environment
• Self-harm or previous suicide attempts
• Younger indigenous male heritage
• Male homosexuals, bisexual or trans-sexual
• Inappropriate or unprofessional support

Further info – click the image…


Know your Man-facts campaign:

Here is a rundown of the points presented on MEN at the Australian Men’s Health Forum Website;

3 out of 4 suicides are men

60% of smoking related diseases
Waist circumference over 94cm
Kids eat what their Dad’s eat…
9 of 10 young men never smoked
Good mates lead to healthier lives
1 out of 10 blokes is a carer
Prostate cancer kills…
1 in 3 men – family violence victims
Talk to a mate… BEFORE it too late.
Healthy Men support other men
Dad’s are best at helping Dad’s
Abused males have barriers, listen
Men die 6 years younger than women
Sexually abused men can recover
YOU and YOUR well-being…
1 in 5 have erectile dysfunction
1 in 7 blokes have prostate problems
Now no fingers for Prostate check
1 in 4 male suicides = separation…
50% of separated Dad’s suicidal…
Men chat to men, NOT professionals
YOU and MATES… “MAN” time games
Indigenous men – 10 years shorter life
2 in 3 PREVENTABLE deaths are men…
Don’t ignore the strains & pains
OK to chin wag about the small stuff
talk the walk & walk the talk

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