Men's health services
We know that some men put off going to the doctor. However, most men do visit their GP at least once a year. So why not get the most out of your health check while you’re there.
Port Adelaide player and our Men’s Health Ambassador, Robbie Gray, has a few tips for how you can make men’s health your goal. Always remember, if things just don’t feel right, go talk to your GP.
Check out the links below for all the information you need to join Robbie and make men’s health your goal.
Find out the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer, what causes it and what your risk factors are. Visit Cancer Council SA for more information.
Cancer can affect anyone. There are some common signs and symptoms that you can watch out for and ways that you can prevent cancer.
Screening for bowel cancer can save lives by finding bowel cancer early when it is easier to treat and cure. Find out more about the free, at-home test you can do to screen for bowel cancer.
Recommended health checks
Want to know what kind of health checks you need to stay healthy? Find out right here.
5 ways to wellbeing in Nature
As life becomes busier, we’re realising how important it is to protect our mental health and wellbeing. The 5 Ways to Wellbeing in Nature are an easy way to improve mental wellbeing no matter where you are or what time it is, in a way that suits you.
Top tips for healthy living
Here’s the top five ways to have better health. Even better than that, you can find out how to make your healthy change now!
Let's be Frank
Join Frank in learning about men’s health issues including symptoms to be aware of, health services to contact and tips to improve your health.
Is your health at risk?
Try the quick test to find out if you are at risk and what you can do to be healthier and reduce your risk of disease.
Sign up to the Freemasons Foundation Mens Health Register to assist in research that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of Australian men.
Andrology is the study of the functions and diseases specific to males, especially of the reproductive organs. Visit Andrology Australia for more information on men’s health issues including information on urinary tract infections (PDF 103KB), prostate enlargement (PDF 130KB) or concerns about sexual function (PDF 164KB).
Looking after Men’s mental health and wellbeing
Visit Men’s Line or call on 1300 78 99 78 for information to support your mental wellbeing.
SMS4dadsSA offers free support, advice and connection for new dads through their mobile phones.
Find out tips on how to give the screen a rest.
Want to know more about the flu vaccine and other immunisation information? Find out right here.
Find out about your likely skin type and skin checks here.