Men

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MEN’S HEALTH, GAME ON!

Swan Hill District Health have developed the ‘Men’s Health, Game On’ initiative to promote men’s health messages in the Swan Hill area. The initiative encourages men to take control of their health and wellbeing by having regular checkups with a GP and taking notice of changes to their health and wellbeing.


At Swan Hill District Health we are committed to client centred care and enabling all community members to have easy access to health services.  

While we do not provide services specifically for men, our services are inclusive to all.

Please find below a list of websites with relevant men's health information.

General Information

Foundation 49     www.49.com.au/ 

This site provides evidence based information for men of all ages, including The One-Minute Health Check and information for men in each decade of life from your 20's. Download the Men's Health Tool Kit from this site.

Australian Men’s Shed Association http://mensshed.org/

This site provides information about the Men’s Shed Association and contact for local men’s shed located in Lake Boga, Nyah and Quambatook.

Men’s Health Week www.menshealthweek.org.au/   - Visit this site for more information about Men’s Health Week (12-18 June).

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Beyondblue www.beyondblue.org.au/who-does-it-affect/men

Beyondblue state that on average, 1 in 8 men will have depression and 1 in 5 men will experience anxiety at some stage of their lives. Visit this site for resources and information around mental health and wellbeing.

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Andrology Australia www.andrologyaustralia.org

Andrology Australia provides information that every man needs to know about their reproductive and sexual health.

Cancer     www.cancer.org.au

These sites have information about prevention, early detection and treatment of a variety of cancers.

Bowel Cancer     www.letsbeatbowelcancer.com      www.cancer.org.au/about-cancer/types-of-cancer/bowel-cancer

Screening for bowel cancer under the National program commences from age 50 years, for more details of this program see here.

Prostate Cancer     www.prostate.org.au

Skin Cancer     www.sunsmart.com.au/skin-cancer

Testicular Cancer     www.cancer.org.au/about-cancer/types-of-cancer/testicular-cancer.html                            

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