Illinois Department of Public Health - Men's Health
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An easy first step to addressing issues in men’s health is to keep yourself – or you father, brother, husband or loved one – informed.  From learning the symptoms of diseases that commonly affect men to identifying a timeline for regular check-ups, information can be key to prevention and/or treatment.  Use the links below to explore different issues that are especially important to men’s health. 

Publications

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Prostate Cancer Screening:  A Decision Guide for African Americans - PDF

National Cancer Institute - What You Need to Know About Prostate Cancer

National Institutes of Health - Real Men. Real Depression.

Other Resources

Medline Plus - Men's Health Information and Resources

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Men's Health Information

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Prostate Cancer Information

National Cancer Institute - Prostate Cancer Information

National Cancer Institute - Testicular Cancer Information

National Center for Health Statistics - Nation’s Principal Health Statistics Agency

U.S. Surgeon General's Family History Initiative - Family Health History

Man to Man, American Cancer Society - Prostate Cancer Support

Men’s Health Network - Men's Health Education and Support Organization

Testicular Cancer Resource Center - Testicular Cancer Information and Support

Us Too! - Prostate Cancer Education and Support Organization

 

 

 

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