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No Shave November

Why am I showing you my face and recently acquired thick beard? Well first off it’s No Shave November and I always participate, mainly because it’s a good excuse to be lazy, but I’ve always love growing facial hair and it’s supposed to advocate for prostate cancer, even though I’m not sure if many people know that. 141 more words

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News 18 This Morning gets down to the root of 'No Shave November'

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – All around the country, men are putting away the razors for the month of November to participate in “Movember” or “No Shave November.” The dual movements are a push to raise cancer awareness in the U.S., especially prostate cancer — a disease that targets men. 115 more words

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Grow that ‘Stache!

It’s that time of year again, time for men everywhere to grow their mustache in support of men’s health! We continue to fulfill our foundation mission to educate by creating awareness and honoring the survivors that give their time to our cause! 184 more words

Prostate Cancer Awareness

I MUSTACHE YOU TO READ THIS

Firstly, I’d like to apologize for that ridiculous pun. I must warn you I have more, but I’m just shaving them for later.
Okay, no more, I promise. 892 more words

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Black Men Get Your Butts to the Doctor!

Welcome November! Or should I say Movember? This month is prostate cancer awareness month, so usually clean-shaven men might be sporting a little extra facial hair to bring about awareness to this disease.   940 more words

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Prostate Cancer Risk Reduced By Having More Sex - University of Montreal Reports

Why Is This Important?

Because it may now be medically advisable for men to sleep around.

Long Story Short

Research has revealed that men who have slept with more than 20 women have reduced their risk of prostate cancer by almost a third, but men who have slept with 20 men have doubled their risk. 315 more words

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