Today Jamiere Abney and Charles discuss the fallout in men’s lives as a result of not having mentors and reliable, responsible friendships and colleagues. They’ll also discuss the detrimental silence men display in on-line and off-line conversations and how it creates opportunities for negative outcomes throughout various stages of life.
The NHS has experienced its toughest summer ever, the head of the health service in England has said as hospitals prepare for the autumn and a likely inevitable winter crisis. In a message to NHS staff on Tuesday, shared with The Independent, NHS England chief executive Amanda Pritchard told bosses the NHS was going toContinue reading “Health service has experienced its ‘toughest summer’ says NHS England boss”
Technically, male infertility is defined simply as the inability to fertilize a female egg. Still, a man who gets the diagnosis could be experiencing a range of problems, Jeff Foster, a physician specializing in men’s health, tells Inverse. Foster is also the author of Man Alive: The Health Problems of Men and How to Fix Them and spoke to Inverse aboutContinue reading “MALE INFERTILITY IS ON THE RISE, EXPERTS SAY. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.”
More people are in the emergency room for uncontrollable vomiting, also known as cyclical vomiting syndrome (CVS), following marijuana legalization, according to a new study. According to the analysis published Friday in JAMA Network Open and sponsored by The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Colorado has seen over 800,000 emergency room reports of vomiting between 2013 and 2018,Continue reading “There’s New Science Linking Marijuana to Uncontrollable Vomiting”
*The following story may be triggering for some readers.* “I spent five minutes begging him not to do it,” he recalls of the second incident. “I was panicking inside in case he took his own life. Thankfully the police arrived and took him away for the help and support he needed.” After spending most ofContinue reading “FA Cup: Nathan Cartman contemplating taking his own life after saving others”
Darrell Robinson serves his neighbors in Grenada County, Mississippi, on multiple levels: as a member of the county board of supervisors, as a minister and in his daily job as a grave digger. From the cemetery, he meets with families to pick out burial plots for loved ones. He hears stories about his neighbors, includingContinue reading “Grave Digger and Minister Urges Men To Get Tested”
Fatherhood in Australia has made a shift as it has in many parts of the industrialized. Today’s Australian fathers are believed to be more “hands on” and engaged with their children than the stereotypical absent breadwinner of generations past. Research exploring Australian fatherhood between 1919 and 2019 has found that while men’s family roles have changed, deep-rootedContinue reading “Fatherhood in Australia Has Made A Shift”
Many people are not ready to validate problematic figures like Walker at a time when we are advocating for the removal of mental health stigmas across the nation and battling racism in African-American communities.
To be a man means to be a fellow man. —Leo Baeck Sometimes we become overburdened with frustration and disappointment in our lives. When we turn inward and focus only on our problems, we may be cutting ourselves off from the healing effect of contact with others. Today, there may be a new group memberContinue reading “Service To Others Can Be Liberating”