The Royal Society for Public Health is running a one-day men's health course in February.
This course - on 2nd February 2011 - developed with support from the MHF aims to:
It's sure to be popular so book now to secure your place.
Course organiser Nicolette Smith said: 'Men’s health is unnecessarily poor. Too many men still die prematurely with just 66% reaching the age of 75. Men are more likely than women to die from heart disease, cancer and suicide, to be overweight, to smoke and to drink alcohol excessively. Yet men are less likely to use a wide range of health services effectively or to take part in health improvement programmes.'
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