Here are some basic facts about the cancer that affects 1 in 6 American men
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The comic actor's video encourages men to cultivate a mustache like his own for Movember
iVoice Jim Higley continues our month-long campaign to support the “Movember” movement. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on men’s faces around the world. With their Mos, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, including prostate and testicular cancer. Support Jim’s campaign as a prostate cancer survivor here!
Our own iVoice, Jim Higley, tells us what every woman needs to know about testicular cancer
Parenting is full of awkward moments which most of us would rather avoid. But if you're the parent of a son, there's one awkward conversation you must have. It's a candid talk about their testicles. And it could save their lives.
iVoice Jim Higley kicks off our month-long campaign to support Movember, the global charity movement engaging men to grow and women to support moustaches for the month of November for the purpose of raising awareness and funds to benefit men's health with a focus on prostate and testicular cancer. Support Jim's campaign as a prostate cancer survivor here!
In honor of Movember, check out photos of stars sporting mustaches -- then vote on whether they look better or worse with the facial hair!
For men, you might think that prevention is a four-letter word. A new survey from Esquire magazine reveals that men go to the doctor about as often as women watch NASCAR, which is to say, not very. In the poll of 519 men between the ages of 18 and 50, only half of them have a primary care physician, and 43 percent haven’t had a routine checkup in over a year.