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During Men’s Health Month, we are raising awareness about health disparities that affect boys and men of color. And we are also raising the dialogue on
efforts to ensure that all men achieve better health outcomes. This June, encourage the men in your lives to take a powerful step towards
good health by making healthier food choices, avoiding smoking, staying active, reducing risk for injury and scheduling a check-up.
Men and their families may still be eligible to enroll in affordable health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace by qualifying for a special enrollment period or through Medicaid. Visit www.HealthCare.gov for more information.
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The health status of racial and ethnic minority men has lagged far too long behind the general population, despite our nation’s vast advances in science,
public health and health care.
See statistics on health disparities:
African American Health Profile
American Indian and Alaska Native Health Profile
Asian American Health Profile
Hispanic/Latino Health Profile
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health Profile
A few of our grants, projects and partnerships helping to reduce disparities and promote better health for all boys and men:
Men’s Health 101
and Minority Men’s Health, HHS Office of
Men’s Health Network
Men and Depression
, National Institutes of Health (NIH) (printable)
Men: Stay Healthy at Any Age
, HHS/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) (printable)
Men’s Health Library
, Men’s Health Network (MHN) (printable PDFs)
Cancer Facts for Men
, American Cancer Society, (printable PDFs)
Men’s Health Topics from Healthfinder.gov
Men’s Health Info in Spanish and Chinese