Archive for November, 2009


A Relaxing Holiday?

Thanksgiving weekend is a time for family and friends and more often than not, a time we overindulge.  A mini-vacation (I left for home last Tuesday night) to relax, eat and be merry.  There were definitely huge amounts of time to relax, a ton of food to eat and moments of merriment to be had.  […]

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Health, new again, Public Policy, Sex, STDs

HPV Not Your Problem? Think Of Yourself As A Disease Reservoir

We, as a species, seem to spend a great deal of time blaming others for our problems and nowhere is this truer than when referring to health.  Whether it is patients blaming doctors, doctors blaming government, government blaming insurance companies, the finger is always pointed at someone else.  This is something that needs to change.  […]

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Events, Legislative, Public Policy

The House Bill in a Nutshell

We’ve had a few requests here at TAMH to give a brief overview of the recently passed House health reform bill, and I thought that the APHA Conference would be a good backdrop to also talk about some of the public health provisions in the language. From insurance coverage to market innovation and chronic disease […]

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Editorials, Events


12:33 pm – Monday, November 9, 2009 This is an exciting time for men’s health! At this point, day two of the APHA conference, we have met a handful of new researchers in the field of men’s health. Innovative community-based interventions are being developed with the potential to reach an extremely undeserved subgroup of the population. […]

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Events, Policy

Find Us @ American Public Health Association (APHA) Conference!

The American Pubic Health Association’s Annual Meeting is next week (Nov. 7-11). The conference will be in Philadelphia, PA where you can find the MHN staff members hosting informative oral presentations and poster sessions. Of course,  the TAMH Blog writers and the awesome MHN staff will be at the Men’s Health Network’s booth (#1415) in […]

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