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A selection of Reviews through written material and men who have influenced our past to hopefully shape a positive future where men continue to be appreciated.

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[ Note: Reviews presented should not be considered synonymous with the Men’s Elective Network. ]

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Greg Norman in the Men's Health Mag

Retirement is treating Greg Norman pretty well. And that’s probably because he hasn’t stopped working out. The 64-year-old, in an interview with Men’s Health, revealed his current training habits; and declared his wish to be the “longest-living Norman”. “I’ve been very open about the fact that I want to be the longest-living Norman,” he told Men’s Health.

“And the Normans have got some really good genes. On my mother’s side, it’s 90s and 100s. My dad [Mervyn] is 93 this year. “And I’d like to hit 108, 110.”

Norman said his work designing golf courses has helped him stay active, along with his extensive exercise routine. “I’ve just been in Saudi Arabia and we were walking up and down hills in 118-degree [48°C] heat,” Norman said. “So that all bodes well at my age. Apart from that, I just enjoy doing it, quite honestly.”

The two-time Open Championship winner explained he’s planning another trekking trip in the Himalayas, and that he’s no longer taking any painkillers like he did during his golf career. “I’m free of everything,” he said. “My body has been cleansed.”

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– latest issue of emale Magazine:

[ Issue #174 Nov – Dec 2019 ]

Emale_174_Magazine [link]

Cultural Challenges Single Men Go Through
Still a lot to learn from SLIMS
Half of young men feel pressure to ‘man up’
Young Men are Lonelier Than Ever Before
Peaceman to Launch IMD
2020 National Men’s Health Gathering

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-25 Countries with the highest Suicide rates in the World…

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) one person commits suicide every 40 seconds somewhere in the world. While most countries with high suicide rates relate to a low economy there are some surprisingly highly-developed and rich nations which rank just a high within these sad statistics. In general, suicides are about three times more common in men than in women. with poisoning, hanging and firearms being the most common methods… The figures are “per 100,000 people”.

Posted by Petr H., Updated on February 21, 2015 ]

 

Belarus – Russian border. 18.3 (32.7 men – 6.4 women)

Bhutan – North East of India. 17.8 (23.1 men – 11.2 women)

Burundi – Central Africa.  23.1 (34.1 men – 12.5 women)

Comoros – near Mozambique in the Indian Ocean. 16.9 (24.0 men – 10.3 women)

Guyana – 44.2 (70.8 men – 22.1 women)

Hungary – Central Europe. 19.1 (32.4 men – 7.4 women)

India – 21.1 (25.8 men – 16.4 women)

Japan – 18.5 (26.9 men – 10.1 women)

Kazakhstan – Central Asia. 23.8 (40.6 men – 9.3 women)

Korea [North] Democratic People´s Republic – 38.5 (45.4 men – 35.1 women)

South Korea – 28.9 (41.7 men – 18.0 women)

Lithuania – Northern Europe. 28.2 (51.0 men – 8.4 women)

Mozambique – East African coast. 27.4 (34.2 men – 21.1 women)

Nepal – South Asia. 24.9 (30.1 men – 20.0 women)

Poland – Northern Europe.  16.6 (30.5 men – 3.8 women)

Russian federation – 19.5 (35.1 men – 6.2 women)

Sudan – North Africa. 17.2 (23.0 men – 11.5 women)

South Sudan – 19.8 (27.1 men – 12.8 women)

Suriname – South America.  27.8 (44.5 men – 11.9 women)

Sri Lanka – off India east coast. 28.8 (46.4 men – 12.8 women)

Tanzania-United Republic – 24.9 (31.6 men – 18.3 women)

Turkmenistan – Central Asia. 19.6 (32.5 men – 7.5 women)

Uganda – Lower central Africa. 19.5 (26.9 men – 12.3 women)

Ukraine – East Europe. 16.8 (30.3 men – 5.3 women)

Zimbabwe – Southern Africa. 18.1 (27.2 men – 9.7 women)

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– Male Reviews:

Neil Armstrong

(1930–2012) was an American astronaut who gained the distinction of being the first person to both land and walk on the moon.  “That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” – Neil Armstrong (21 July 1969).

In December 1968, Armstrong was chosen to be the commander for Apollo 11, which would be the first planned mission to dock and land on the moon. Armstrong was chosen to be the first person who would have the distinction of walking on the moon.  Some suggest NASA chose Armstrong because he didn’t have a large ego.

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Oliver Cromwell 

(1599 – 1658) is a contentious figure in British history. Some see him as a defender of Parliamentary democracy fighting a tyrannical King. It is argued his defence of Parliament led to the development of a modern democracy. However, others see him in a different light, pointing to his seizure of power as ‘Lord Protectorate’ and the massacres of the Irish and Scots which were a form of genocide. He has also been criticised for his rigid puritanism, although in his reign Jews were permitted to re-enter Britain and there was a certain religious tolerance.

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