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We live in one of the world’s healthiest societies, yet men of all backgrounds are less likely than women to live healthy lives: we die younger, experience more disease and have less access to support services.
Research shows that the best way to improve men’s health is to tackle the underlying social factors that shape our health like boys’ education, our experiences of fatherhood, our working lives, our social connections and our access to male-friendly services.
10th – 16th of June is Men’s Health Week and each day we will be sharing some facts from the Australian Men’s Health Forum website to raise awareness