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Mens Health Works gets proactive on men’s wellness issues

by | Apr 6, 2015

Mens Health Works gets proactive on men’s wellness issues

According to the Cancer Prevention Centre, Canadian men spend a good portion of their day at work and yet the majority of employees engaged in workplace-wellness programs are women.

Canadian Men’s Health Foundation joins the Cancer Prevention Centre and BC Healthy Living Alliance at Men’s Health Works, a free one-day seminar to discuss new ideas and strategies to help men get healthy at work.

Read the Georgia Straight article online.

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