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Many men are looking for more guidance and clear information about health and wellness. 

According to a 2022 national survey of 1,517 U.S. adult men ages 18-80, there is room for men to improve their overall physical, mental and sexual health.

Less than half of men surveyed rated their overall physical, mental and sexual health on a five-point scale as excellent or very good1

73% of surveyed men were interested in access to clear information on medical issues that could affect them1

43% of surveyed men felt overwhelmed by the vast amount of health and wellness information available1

SEE MORE SURVEY RESULTS

Good health Includes
mental and sexual health, too.

Start by getting a physical every year. This yearly appointment is critical to maintaining not only good physical health, but mental and sexual health as well. It's vital to take good care of all of them.

Take the first step by booking a free 15-minute virtual consultation through HEalthy Now. A representative will help you determine appropriate next steps, which may include a referral to a healthcare provider.

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PHYSICAL HEALTH

We all recognize the important of maintenance ... changing the oil in the car regularly. 
Checking the air conditioner before the hot summer months. Making sure the lawn is weeded and seeded each season. Staying up to date on your bills.

Are you putting this same level of importance into your physical health maintenance?

Getting an annual health checkup is one of the best moves you can make for your health. During an exam, your weight and vital signs (blood pressure, heart rate, temperature) will be checked and your doctor may order a blood test.2  Regular blood testing such as cholesterol screening and blood sugar levels, can help provide you and your doctor with a good picture of where you stand with your overall health.3

You also can get a prostate exam, which can help catch cancer or other issues.4  Other screenings may be needed based on your age and family history, such as a colon cancer screening or a hepatitis C test.2

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NEED HELP GETTING STARTED?

Click below to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation through HEalthy Now.

A virtual consultation may be a convenient option.

Nearly three in four (73%) surveyed men agreed that as they get older, they become more focused on their overall health.1

A virtual consultation may be a convenient option.

Nearly three in four (73%) surveyed men 
agreed that as they get older, they become more focused on their overall health.1

MENTAL HEALTH

Feelings. We all have them. 
How many of us are man enough to talk about them?

Anxiety     •     Depression          Stress

Too many men are not open to discussing mental health issues. What they may not realize is that certain physical symptoms like chronic pain or digestive problems may be caused by issues of mental health.5

Learn more about common mental health conditions, including questions to ask a healthcare provider, from the Men's Health Network (MHN):

47% of all surveyed men ages 18-34 reported that mental/emotional issues like depression and anxiety are something you have to control on your own.1

Don't suffer in silence. Speak up and ask for help.

47% of all surveyed men ages 18-34 reported that mental/emotional issues like depression and anxiety are something you have to control on your own.1 

TAKING THAT FIRST STEP ...

... can feel overwhelming, but you are NOT ALONE. Click below to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation through HEalthy Now.

TAKING THAT FIRST STEP ...

... can feel overwhelming, but you are NOT ALONE. Click below to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation through HEalthy Now.

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SEXUAL HEALTH

Many men are very vocal when it comes to talking about sex. 
But when a "below-the-belt" problem occurs, embarrassment can leave them speechless.

Sexual health issues can greatly impact both your physical and mental well-being.6 Learn more about some sexual health issues by clicking on these links from the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA):

47% of sexually active surveyed men (1,331 men) didn’t have a clue how to do a “below-the-belt” self exam, and

34% were too embarrassed to talk to anyone, even healthcare professionals, about their sexual health.1

Don’t let the fear of an uncomfortable conversation affect your overall health.

47% of sexually active surveyed  men (1,331 men) don’t have a clue how to do a “below-the-belt” self exam and 

34% were too embarrassed to talk to anyone, even healthcare professionals, about their sexual health.1 

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia     •     Erectile Dysfunction     •     Low Testosterone    •     Peyronie's Disease     •     Premature Ejaculation

Many men are very vocal when it comes to talking about sex. But when a "below-the-belt" problem occurs, embarrassment can leave them speechless.

DON'T BE EMBARRASSED ...

... to ask for the help you need. Click below to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation through HEalthy Now.

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DON'T BE EMBARRASSED ...

... to ask for the help you need. Click below to schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation through HEalthy Now.

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MHN

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Vault

Endo International plc is a specialty pharmaceutical company committed to helping everyone we serve live their best life through the delivery of quality, life-enhancing therapies. Our decades of proven success come from passionate team members around the globe collaborating to bring the best treatments forward. Together, we boldly transform insights into treatments benefiting those who need them, when they need them.

www.endo.com

The Men’s Health Network (MHN) is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to reach men, boys, and their families where they live, work, play, and pray with health awareness messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities, and patient navigation.

www.menshealthnetwork.org

Established in 1994, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) is a not-for-profit organization of physicians, researchers, and other allied healthcare professionals committed to advancing the field of sexual medicine. SMSNA for Patients was established as SexHealthMatters in 2010 to provide information on a broad range of sexual health conditions.

www.smsna.org

Vault accelerates better health outcomes through faster diagnosis, innovative clinical research and digital-first care delivery. We deliver care to patients on their terms, virtually or physically. We leverage our national clinician network and data- driven tech platform to power all of our offerings.

www.vaulthealth.com

RECENT NEWS

Press Release: National Survey of Over 1,500 Men Shows More than Half Were Unsure of How to Improve Their Mental and Sexual Health; New Partnership Aims to Change That Through Education and Free Virtual Consultations

REFERENCES

Hearst Media Survey. 1,517 U.S. adult men ages 18-80 regarding men’s healthcare concerns. Conducted March 2022.
Men's Health: 10 Essential Health Screenings for Men. Brigham and Women's Hospital. https://brighamhealthhub.org/10-essential-health-screenings-for-men/. Accessed March 23, 2022.
Complete Blood Count (CBC). Mayo Clinic. https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/complete-blood-count/about/pac-20384919. Accessed May 18, 2022.
American Cancer Society Recommendations for Prostate Cancer Early Detection. American Cancer Society. https://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostate-cancer/detection-diagnosis-staging/acs-recommendations.html. Accessed May 18, 2022.
Men's Health Resource Center: Mental Health & Well-being. Men's Health Network. https://www.menshealthresourcecenter.com/mental-health-well-being/. Accessed March 23, 2022.
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research (SRH). World Health Organization. https://www.who.int/teams/sexual-and-reproductive-health-and-research/key-areas-of-work/sexual-health/defining-sexual-health. Accessed on May 18, 2022.

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ABOUT HEALTHY NOW

HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition is a partnership between Endo, Vault Health, the Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) and the Men's Health Network (MHN). Together, we are encouraging men to make their healthcare a priority and get an annual health checkup.

HEalthy Now partners are committed to making access to care available to all men. Access to healthcare may add to the stress you may feel about seeking advice for physical, mental and sexual health concerns.

Following the free 15-minute consultation, Vault Health will help you determine the appropriate next steps, which may include a referral to a healthcare provider. They can also help you explore options for payment/reimbursement if you choose to continue care through Vault Health.

WE ARE HERE FOR ...

 HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition

encourages men to make their health a priority by getting a regular checkup. 

You can start here by scheduling a free 15-minute virtual consultation ... all from the privacy and comfort of your own home.

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encourages men to make their health a priority by getting a regular checkup. 

You can start here by scheduling a free 15-minute virtual consultation ... all from the privacy and comfort of your own home.

 HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition

WE ARE HERE FOR ...

We all recognize the important of maintenance ... changing the oil in the car regularly.  Checking the air conditioner before the hot summer months. Making sure the lawn is weeded and seeded each season. Staying up to date on your bills.

RECENT NEWS

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Over half of surveyed men reported there is a lot they didn’t know about improving their overall mental health (54%)1

Over half of sexually active surveyed men (1,331) responded there is a lot they didn't know about how to improve their sexual health (53%)1

Nearly one-third (31%) of all surveyed men reported the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on their mental health1

When you click on the links above, you will leave the website for HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition. The content on the websites you’ll visit are administered by the owners.

When you click on the links above, you will leave the website for HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition. The content on the websites you’ll visit are administered by the owners.

When you click on the links above, you will leave the website for HEalthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition. The content on the websites you’ll visit are administered by the owners.

ENDO™ is a trademark in the U.S. and in certain other countries.
This site is intended for U.S. consumers only. MH-05155/June 2022 

When you click on the links above, you will leave the website for Healthy Now: A Men's Health Coalition. The content on the websites you’ll visit are administered by the owners.

ENDO™ is a trademark in the U.S. and in certain other countries. 

This site is intended for U.S. consumers only. MH-05155/June 2022












Press Release: National Survey of Over 1,500 Men Shows More than Half Were Unsure of How to Improve Their Mental and Sexual Health; New Partnership Aims to Change That Through Education and Free Virtual Consultations