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Addressing the Disparity in Men's Health

  • Next Date & Time

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    Tuesday, Oct 26, 2021 1 p.m.-2 p.m.
    (Single Session)
  • Venue & Location

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    Online via Microsoft Teams

  • Fee & Registration

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    Free, Registration Required

Description

Robert Jackson, MD hopes this gets your attention: The average lifespan of men in America is five years less than that of women and men are at a much higher risk for death from diseases such as cancer, heart disease, lung disease and diabetes as well as for death by suicide. 

Dr. Jackson, a urologist, will share what he has learned through research and in his practice about what might be biologic, physical, emotional, social and cultural reasons behind these statistics and what men can do to make positive changes in their health risks.


Registration

Register Online | Call to register or for more information: (208) 727-8733

This Event Will Use Microsoft Teams

Attend Online Using Your Computer, Tablet or Mobile Phone

Microsoft Teams will allow you to attend this event virtually using your personal device.