Men’s health: A problem hidden in plain sight?

Monday, March 2nd, 2015 |

The poor state of men’s health must be one of the biggest health issues routinely not talked about. It is ignored or sidelined by virtually all national governments and by global public health organisations, such as the World Health Organization. It is barely addressed by policymakers, professional organisations, public health non-governmental organisations, researchers, or practitioners. Dishearteningly, men’s health problems are sometimes seen as a source of amusement, with men even being described as ‘idiots.’

This blog was published in the BMJ on 2 March 2015. To read the full content, click here.

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