Kiwi ‘’Mo-rathon” runners set their sights on the New York Marathon

Art Green and Lydia O’Donnell are gearing up to run the largest marathon in the world in support of Movember.

TrueNTH intervention reduces sexual problems after prostate cancer by 60%

After treatment for prostate cancer, men in Victoria’s Gippsland region reported big problems with sexual function in much higher numbers than the rest of the population. Using telehealth to deliver psychology and education on sexual health, incontinence, exercise and diet, this intervention reduced problems with sexual function by 60%.

Exercise and diet programs reduce the negative side effects of prostate cancer treatment

Exercise and diet hold the key to maintaining quality of life for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to health professionals from Canada and Australia.

Mike joins Henry Crew’s 35,000-mile crusade

In support of Henry Crew taking his motorcycle around the world on a 35,000-mile crusade – raising funds and awareness for the Movember Foundation – Mike Gilbert, Executive Director of Beatnik Motorsport, will join him on the Australian leg this August.

Gillette survey reveals men ignore health risks

As reported over the weekend in The Independent, The Sun and The Mirror, Gillette commissioned a survey to mark their partnership with the Movember Foundation and to raise awareness of Men's Health Week which ran from 11th June up until Father's Day on 17th June.

Telly Awards Winners

Last Movember 1st, we challenged our Mo community to envision waking up to a life without the men we love. We are honored that the video won a bronze Telly Award in the General-Public Service & Activism category

Mo Masters Finals: ‘Weekend of Champions’

Over the first weekend of May 2018, 13 champion teams from throughout Aotearoa made their way to the breathtaking Millbrook Resort, Queenstown.

Jimmy’s story: It started with an uncomfortable nut

It all started with an uncomfortable left nut.

Malachi’s story: I knew something wasn’t right

It was March 2009 when New Plymouth builder Malachi Barnes was sitting on the couch, hands down his pants, and felt a mass on the bottom half of his left testicle.

Harvee’s story: Everything happened so quickly

“6 months later, I’m living a healthy lifestyle and awaiting the arrival of my miracle baby girl.”

Hugo’s story: An army of support

“I am generally a young, fit and healthy person. So the thought of getting cancer would have never crossed my mind.”

Eric’s story: Be an advocate for your health

“I didn’t go to the doctor right away. It really comes down to the macho nature of men.”