- American Journal
of Public Health, 93(5). May 2003 issue, devoted almost entirely to
men's health issues, particularly issues affecting minority men. Editorials:
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Satcher, D. (2003). Overlooked and underserved: Improving the health of men of color. pp707-709
Meyer, J.A. (2003). Improving men’s health: Developing a long-term strategy. pp709-711.
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- National Center for Health Statistics. (2007). Health, United States. Men's health No. 2007-1232. Hyattsville, MD: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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- Men's Health in MedlinePlus
- Men's Health Topics in the National Institute of Health
- Men's Health Topics in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Mayo Clinic's Men's Health Center
- Men's Health 101 from the Office of Minority Health
- Men's Health from W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Community Voices: Health Care for the Underserved
- Men's Health: Minority Men from the U.S. Department of Health and & Human Services
- The Health Status of African American Men in the United States--Fact Sheet Provided by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
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