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30 Nov 2020

Soft Masculinity at the Workplace

In the 1960s and 1970s, the majority of leadership positions in the workplace were predominantly occupied by men, whilst women had more secretarial or caregiving roles, and alas the man was seen as a strong dominating figure. That’s not to say that men are not perceived that way today, however nowadays it is not unthinkable […]
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25 Nov 2020

Cancer Prevention Superfoods: Papaya and Grapefruit

With November already here, there no better time to focus on men’s health, and with prostate cancer being one of the most cancers to affect men worldwide, it’s important to incorporate a healthy diet that increases your chances of prevention. We’re looking at some more cancer prevention superfoods, to introduce to your diet. Go for […]
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24 Nov 2020

Insurance Mistakes to Avoid

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that the unexpected does happen.  Vacations were cancelled this year, as were weddings, events and so many other things. If it wasn’t already evident before, the importance of insurance has never been so clear.  But like anything else involving numbers, insurance can be confusing.  Sometimes individuals fail to […]
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16 Nov 2020

Great Holidays with the Lads

As part of the current global pandemic, we may have given up on our vacation plans, yet we mustn’t forget the importance of a good holiday – even if it is a staycation – as a part of the upkeep of our mental health.  The Movember movement focuses on health in men, not just physical […]
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16 Nov 2020

Prostate Cancer Prevention Superfoods: Nuts, Berries and Tea!

As part of male health awareness for the month of November, we’re looking at the main detriments to men’s health and how they can be prevented.  The Movember movement, an initiative dedicated to male health, is working hard to reduce the number of men who die prematurely from either suicide, prostate cancer, or whose lives […]
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10 Nov 2020

Men’s Health and Why it is Often Overlooked

As we exit another October, with a focus on breast cancer awareness, men’s health can easily be forgotten and men ignored as potential sufferers of breast cancer, as the word pink deters away from this fact. And although the diagnostic rate of men being diagnosed with breast cancer is much lower than that of women, […]
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