Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre
Cardiovascular Disease

The ABS estimates that around 7% of men have some form of cardiovascular disease and this proportion increases with age. General trends around cardiovascular disease prevention are observed to adopt a non-gendered approach as the principles of prevnetion and treatment are similar in both genders. These resources offer insights and information relevant to prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease in males.

ACAHS: Community Programs To Improve Cardiovascular Health And Cancer Prevention

images This report is an evaluation of several programs that aimed to enhance men's approaches to heart disease/cardiovascular disease prevention from 2000 onwards.

This is a useful resource that provides details and evaluation of programs that were run in rural Australia by different organisations. It was compiled by the Australian Centre For Agricultural Health And Safety.

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