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More Than a Health Issue: Addressing the Social Determinants of Obesity

Rather than blaming people for their obesity saying that they should eat healthier and exercise more, governments can make healthier foods more affordable and available, and to reduce the supply and promotion of unhealthy food.

The Pilot Project Booklet On Positive Images Of Men's Health

Shine SA: Positive Images Of Men's Health Pilot Project

This resource was developed in response to the need identified that migrant, refugee and CALD men had little understanding of services available or how they could access them.

Man at the General Practitioner's Office

University of Adelaide: What Do We Know About Men’s Help-Seeking & Health Service Use?

This paper sheds some valuable insight into the patterns of behaviour of men and their families using services. The paper reveals that men approach health services with a distinctly different approach to that of women and that in some cases, services are not fully equipped to provide for the needs of men in comparison to women.

 

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