Men's Health University
INTEGRIS Men's Health
Because INTEGRIS is determined to raise awareness of men's health issues, we have implemented an innovative men’s health initiative, Men's Health University (a.k.a. Men-U). It's designed to educate men and their families on the importance of men taking charge of their own health. Established in 2004, Men-U consists of free screenings and information, physician seminars, an annual wellness fair, (the 2006 event drew more than 700 people), and this website devoted solely to men's health. We’ve reached the point where men’s health problems and early mortality have been accepted as fact or a way of life. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There is much that men could do to lengthen their lives.
A large percentage of men have only limited contact with physicians and the health care system as a whole. Men not only fail to get routine check-ups or preventative care, but often ignore symptoms or delay seeking medical attention when sick or in pain. These poor health habits take their toll – beginning at early ages and rising significantly as males reach retirement age.
The Man Card is issued by INTEGRIS Men's Health University and WWLS The Sports Animal. The Man Card provides evidence that the cardholder is a respected member of the community of men. Cardholders have the opportunity to receive Man Points by attending special events sponsored by INTEGRIS Men's Health University and The Sports Animal.
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A large percentage of men have only limited contact with physicians and the health care system as a whole. Men not only fail to get routine check-ups or preventative care, but often ignore symptoms or delay seeking medical attention when sick or in pain.
A Man's Guide to Good Health and Well-Being
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