Men’s Health Network

Men's Health Network (MHN) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to reach men, boys, and their families where they live, work, play, and pray with health awareness and disease prevention messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities, and patient navigation.


The Latest



  • My Prostate Cancer Coach

    Because every man is different and every cancer is unique, it is important to find out the risk group for your individual cancer.

  • Know Your Cancer

    Are you or a loved one newly diagnosed with prostate cancer? Empower yourself with the information you need to make the right treatment decision. 

  • Fibromyalgia Caregiver Toolkit

    Being a caregiver isn’t always easy. Each day can throw new challenges your way. With that in mind we’ve designed this toolkit to provide insight, tips and tools for the male caregivers of patients with fibromyalgia.

  • Men’s Health Month
    Men’s Health Month is celebrated each June. This month heightens awareness of preventable health problems and encourages early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys


  • silent crisis men's health

    A silent crisis in men’s health is shortening the life spans of fathers, husbands, brothers and sons.

    Men’s health advocates say one of the biggest factors is a lack of infrastructure to support research specifically focused on men’s health.
    For years, the Men’s Health Network has lobbied for the creation of an Office of Men’s Health, similar to the Office of Women’s Health in Health and Human Services Department. Proposed legislation, however, has consistently failed to win support.


  • Cover Navigating the System Medicare Advantage 2023


    In the United States, men consistently experience worse health outcomes than women. Broadly, when compared to women, men have lower life expectancies, are more burdened by illness, and have higher rates of chronic disease. This gender disparity in health outcomes is even more pronounced for men of color, with Black men experiencing some of the most persistently poor health statistics of any demographic group in the United States.

  • 2022 Men’s Health Virtual Summit  The Ball Is in Your Court:  Awareness.  Prevention.  Education.  Family
    You are invited to participate in the 2022 Men's Health Virtual Summit. During this virtual health and wellness event, we will have experts share information about health disparities that impact the men and boys in our community.
    Some of the topics discussed will include:
    • Colorectal Cancer
    • HPV
    • Lung Cancer
    • Prostate Cancer
    Because of misinformation, we are losing too many of our grandfathers, fathers, uncles, sons, and loved ones. We will address myths and stigmas in the community. Make plans to join this virtual event today and invite others. Remember, the ball is in your court!
    Saturday, June 4, 2022
    10:00 am – 11:45 am CT | 11:00 am – 12:45 am ET
    Special Note: You will receive the Zoom Link after you register.
  • DUBLIN, June 9, 2022 – A recent survey of 1,517 U.S. men ages 18-80 commissioned by Men’s Health magazine publisher Hearst media company found that less than half of men surveyed rated their physical (40%), mental (42%) and sexual (35%) health as excellent or very good.Lack of knowledge around sexual and mental health was particularly significant. Over half of all men surveyed reported they didn’t know about ways to improve their overall mental health (54%).1 Of the sexually active men (n=1,331) surveyed, over half (53%) stated they didn’t know about how to improve their sexual health. To address this public health gap, Endo International plc (NASDAQ:ENDP), in partnership with Vault Health, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) and Men’s Health Network (MHN), launched Healthy Now: A Men’s Health Coalition, which encourages men to make their physical, sexual and mental health a priority through awareness and access to resources. 


    The Healthy Now website,, provides educational information about men’s health conditions, guidance on how men should take care of themselves as they age and access to a free virtual consultation through Vault Health’s secure portal—all from the privacy and comfort of their home.

  • Awareness period focuses onhealth disparities affecting men and boys year-round
    WASHINGTON – Starting today, June 1st, communities across the globe are bringing men’s health center stage as we kick-off Men’s Health Month 2022, an annual awareness period dedicated to education and activities on the health and wellness of men and boys. Men’s Health Month is built on the pillars of: Awareness–Prevention–Education–Family.
    This year also marks the 28th year of Men’s Health Week (NMHW), a special awareness period recognized by Congress. Men’s Health Week will be celebrated this year on June 13-19,the week ending on Father’s Day. The week is also celebrated as International Men’s Health Week around the globe.
    Friday, June 17, 2022 is Wear Blue Day, for Men’s Mental Health, a day in which everyone is encouraged to Wear Blue to increase awareness of the mental health crisis among men and boys.
    • COVID-19 Concerns in 2020 Must Not Reduce Prostate Cancer Screenings
    September 1, 2020
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Men’s Health Network (MHN) continues its push to raise prostate health awareness for men of all ages during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month this September.
    This year, concerns about COVID-19 have reduced screening rates, raising the specter of higher numbers of cancer cases in the future.
    Read more at -

Read the American Journal of Men's Health


Embedded image permalink
Sensitive Issues for Men community on HealthUnlocked