Men’s health is a global issue, but men’s wellbeing is also a national issue.
Men are at greater risk of heart disease, cancer and stroke than women, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
In 2015, Australia recorded the third highest rate of men’s deaths of any developed country.
Men have an estimated 1.4 million deaths annually due to causes related to heart disease.
Men, in particular, are more likely to suffer from type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and cancers than women.
Men’s deaths are also the leading cause of death for men aged over 50.
These deaths are a major contributor to the global burden of disease, according the World Health Organisation (WHO).
According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), men have the highest rates of obesity and type 2 cancer in the world.
In 2015 alone, men had more than a quarter of the world’s cancers and were the second highest-risk group for the use of antibiotics.
In Australia, men’s and women’s health are not always seen in the same light.
While men have an average of 1.3 deaths for every 100,000 men, women’s deaths hover around 1.2 deaths per 100,00 women.
According to the AIHW, men are at the highest risk of cardiovascular disease, with a risk of 2.3 men per 100 million men.
There is also an increased risk of type 2 cancers among men, and men with low levels of education and experience are at a greater risk for developing prostate cancer.
There are many factors that can contribute to the high rates of cardiovascular and cancer death in men.
In men’s rights, there is a belief that men are victims of the gender-based violence they face.
This has led to increased research into the effects of violence against men on health.
The findings of this research have revealed that the health impacts of physical violence are not only a consequence of the physical act, but also that it is a factor in many cases of mental health and other issues, such as depression and anxiety.
As men’s voices are often dismissed, the mental health issues experienced by men in Australia have often been ignored.
While many men’s issues are treated with an attempt to ignore them, this is not the case for all men.
A recent survey found that more than half of all men surveyed believed that men who suffer mental health problems should be listened to, rather than treated as “bad men”.
In response to the increasing attention given to men’s mental health, the Victorian Government has launched a national consultation on the mental wellbeing of men.
This consultation aims to address men’s needs and aspirations to be treated with respect and dignity, and to make sure they have the right support to do so.
The consultation will be open to all Victorian men, regardless of their gender identity, sexual orientation or age.
It will be conducted from August 4 to September 1, and will be a public consultation.
The Government will consider submissions, with the full scope of the consultation to be made available in the coming months.
More information about the consultation is available from the Victorian government website.
As the debate on men’s welfare continues to evolve, we hope to provide you with information on a variety of topics, from the role of men in society to the issues men face when it comes to mental health.
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