• By Jodi Tahsler
  • Posted June 14, 2023

Passing on a Legacy of Health: Ben Huebsch Shares His BRCA Story for Men’s Health Week

Ben Huebsch was inspired to become an educator because of his mother’s advice to give back to his community. He loves his job as a middle school principal: he gets a front-row seat to the impact a dedicated staff can have on young lives! He is continuing his mother’s legacy by sharing his firsthand experience with BRCA testing for…

  • By Dina Scaglione
  • Posted June 15, 2018

A Lifelong Father's Day Gift

As far back as I can remember my dad was always into health and fitness. So when I joined the track team in junior high, my dad decided he would start running with me to help me improve my race times. Little did I know, or could I appreciate, this was actually an excuse to spend more time with me. Donned in white Dolphin shorts he would shuffle…

  • By AJ Stuenkel
  • Posted June 12, 2018

Real Men Go to the Doctor

Throughout the month of June many 5ks will be run, fundraisers and educational fairs will take place, and blue will be worn, all in the name of Men’s Health. In the U.S., June is designated as Men’s Health Month while June 11-18 is recognized internationally as Men’s Health Week, with goal of both to “heighten the awareness of preventable…

  • By Jackie Connor
  • Posted October 12, 2016

New Study Reflects Need for Genetic Testing for Prostate Cancer Patients

The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) recently released a study, which concluded that 11.8% of metastatic prostate cancer cases were caused by germline gene mutations leading to hereditary prostate cancer. The study involved 692 men from the United States and United Kingdom who have documented metastatic prostate cancer. Eighty-four germline…