Fathers' Day 2007

Menstuff® has compiled the following information on the Do It for Dad Fathers' Day promotion to raise awareness of the importance of prostate cancer screenings for men at risk.


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Men's Health Week is June 11-17, 2007. Show this video to your Father. It might be the most important Fathers' Day gift you have ever given him. This is a new twist on an old problem: the doctor-patient relationship. Many men have fears of going to the doctor and either don't know how to get the most out of their visit, or don't remember to do so. This highly entertaining video can help you better understand how to work with your doctor, get the most out of each visit, and stay on track with future appointments. Enjoy!

Source: www.healthmedia.com/theappointment.html

Cancel Your Time Magazine Subscription, Dads. They Don't Like You!


Time magazine, June 18, 2007 issue, thinks we might as well dispose of fathers. Using at least 15 year old data, they take the Father's Day opportunity to trash us. They clearly don't have the balls to use their Mother's Day issue to take an honest look at the issue of child maltreatment by mothers and women - who represent almost 2/3rds on all maltreatment and lead in all categories of abuse and killing of children except sexual abuse, where men lead in 60% of the cases (i.e., women represent 40% of the cases of child sexual abuse.) Read: The Time Magazine Story, the rebuttal to the Time Magazine Story, and the Story on Maltreatment.

Do It For Dad!


Show Dad you really care this Fathers' Day! Log on to www.dockers.com/dad and post a photo and personal message to your dad. Your message could be seen by millions if selected to run on the Times Square billboard from June 12-17. For every online tribute created, Dockers San Francisco® will donate $1 (up to $50,000) to the National Prostate Cancer Coalition as part of our annual Do It For Dad! campaign. Do It For Dad! is an initiative to raise awareness of the importance of prostate cancer screenings for men at risk.

One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. More than 200,000 men will be diagnosed nationwide this year alone. Let Dad know how much you appreciate his unconditional love and support by reminding him to get screened each year. Do it for your family...Do it for Dad!

The National Prostate Cancer Coalition sets the standard for rapidly reducing the burden of prostate cancer on American men and their families through awareness, outreach, and advocacy. National Prostate Cancer Coalition,1154 Fifteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005 or 202.463.9455 or www.FightProstateCancer.org or E-Mail

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