International Journal of Men's Health

International Journal of Men's Health is a magazine specializing in Men topics.

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 2, Summer

Anger and Hostility as Primary Externalizing Features of Depression in College Men
Epidemiological investigations of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) diagnostic rates historically demonstrate notable discrepancies in prevalence and incidence rates between men and women. Over the course of a lifetime, approximately 13% of men and 20%...
Masculinity Ideology among Male Workers and Its Relationship to Self-Reported Health Behaviors
In Canada, men's life expectancy is four years shorter than women's (79 vs. 83 years) (Statistics Canada, 2012). This difference may be due in part to the fact that men are less inclined to adopt healthy behaviors. Men smoke more, consume fewer fruits...
Men's Accounts of Reactions to Two Sources of Information on Negative Effects of UV Exposure: Facial Morphing and a Health Promotion Fact Sheet
Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the main avoidable risk factor for skin cancer (Cancer Research UK, 2014). Malignant melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer (Cancer Research UK, 2013) and cases of malignant melanoma in the UK are growing...
Negotiating Masculinity, Class, and Health in a Rural Context
The concept of intersectionality, a central tenet of feminist thinking and research on women for over 20 years, is emerging as an important concept for understanding men and masculinities broadly as well as men's health more specifically (Coston &...
Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Males: A Review of Rates Reported in Academic Research and UK Mass Media
EDs are a common form of mental ill-health and were named a clinical priority area for Youth Mental Health in 2013-2016 by the UK Royal College of General Practitioners (Royal College of General Practitioners [RCGP], 2013). However, EDs in males have...
Rethinking Gender, Men and Masculinity: Representations of Men in the South Asian Reproductive and Sexual Health Literatures
In recent years, there has been growing recognition among researchers and international organizations of the need to involve men in health and development, both as an important analytical category and as a means of leveraging policy and programs in support...
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