What’s up with the Prostate?
Another look at prostate and other urological issues men face and how they can stay healthy emphasis on a healthy life style, diet, exercise, nutritional supplements, and stress reduction techniques.
With Every Beat of My Heart.
We all know diet and exercise are essential to good health. But what else do men need to do to make sure this vital muscle stays strong?
Silent Killer: No Butts about it! – Colon cancer is the second leading cause of death in the US. What makes your butt so special?
Control Diabetes; Don’t Let It Control You.
– Over 12 Million men in this country have diabetes; others don’t know they even have it. Learn about controlling your “sugar” and get tips on living a healthier life.
Are Your Legs Killing You?
– Over 8 Million Americans are living with Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD); many people aren’t aware of it. PAD affects a wide range of people, from those with diabetes to the elderly, or individuals with inherited genetic conditions. If left untreated, 75% of people with PAD will die from a sudden heart attack or stroke.
Spare My Last Nerve!
In this session we will discuss the unique personalities, challenges and possibilities, as well as present a culturally relevant approach to the development and maintenance of optimal mental health for men of color.
You Need A Plan, Man
Are you appropriately managing your finances? Saving for retirement? It’s not too late. When you are finished here, you will have a plan to get financially fit.
I Ain’t as Good As I Once Was
That pickup basketball game hurts a lot the next day. Let’s face it brothers, we’re all getting older. We will share with you some tips on maturing gracefully, staying alive and preventing injuries.
The Eyes Have it!
You worry about your heart, your weight, and your cancer
risk, but what about your eyes? Learn about advances in eye care to prevent vision loss and eye injury. Eyes work continuously with the brain and nervous system to provide you with the visual information you need for doing everything from hitting a golf ball to preparing those taxes.
In addition to the benefits to your teeth, good mouth hygiene may have even further benefits. There is some evidence to suggest that poor oral hygiene is associated with an increased risk of developing heart diseases such as heart attack and angina, and other blood vessel-related problems (cardiovascular disease).
Luncheon & Keynote Speaker
Health Screenings & Exhibits
*Crossing Bridges~ Boys to Men: Emerging Leaders Tract (for boys ages 12-17).