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Heart disease and cancer are among the leading causes of death for Latino men. Each year over 40% of men in the U.S., are lost to such chronic diseases, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Why do men face higher health risks?
Compared to women, men are often less likely to get preventative screenings or checkups. Additionally, certain health behaviors related to diet, physical inactivity, and smoking may lead to increased risks of disease.
Certain occupations and exposures may also put men at risk for certain cancers and poor health.
Join us this month for #SaludTues at 1 p.m. ET on June 18, 2019, to celebrate and help promote Men’s Health Month!
- WHAT: #SaludTuesTweetchat: “Let’s Celebrate Men’s Health Month”
- DATE/TIME: 1-2 p.m. EST (Noon-1 p.m. CST), Tuesday, June 18, 2019
- WHERE: On Twitter with hashtag #SaludTues
- HOST: @SaludAmerica
- CO-HOSTS: UnidosUS (@WeAreUnidosUS), The Men’s Health Network (@MensHlthNetwork), Blue Cure (@BlueCure)
- HASHTAGS: #SaludTues, #MensHealthMonth
We’ll open the floor to valuable information such as:
- Top health concerns and issues that impact men’s health;
- Why men are less likely to seek preventative care and what we can do about this;
- How communities can get involved in promoting men’s health.
Be sure to use the hashtag #SaludTues to follow the conversation on Twitter and share your strategies, stories, and resources that improve health equity for Latino men and all people.
Click here to learn about the Salud America! #SaludTues tweetchats, see upcoming and past tweetchats, and see how you can get involved.
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