Men's Health Week starts on Monday 14 June and one way you can help us get Australia talking about men's health is to share these infographics with your networks.Read more
The Australian Men's Health Forum has released a new toolkit on men's heart health as part of its ongoing Know Your Man Facts campaign.Read more
The National Heart Foundation has withdrawn a national advertising campaign that showed a father telling his wife and child "if I really loved you both, I'd protect my heart to protect yours, but I don't".
A second man is who shown delivering a speech at a family party saying: "in time this family will be filled with loss and sadness, but i won't care because I'll be gone", while a young boy is told by his mother, "every time I told you I loved you, I was lying, you are not my priority".Read more
Men who can knock out 40 push-ups in a row are 96 per cent less likely to develop heart disease than those who can do fewer than 10, according to a Harvard University study.
The study of 1104 active American firefighters based in Indiana over 10 years concluded that push-ups would be a no-cost, fast and simple clinical measure of evaluating functional capacity and cardiovascular disease.Read more