Movember is celebrating its 16th year of focusing on men’s health with the aid of mustaches around the globe. In 2003, 30 Mo Bros started their journey of men’s health awareness. Now there are over 5 million Mo Bros and Mo Sistas changing the face of Men’s Health.

Movember is all about creating awareness, whether you are growing a mustache or not. Movember has brought together the leading experts from around the world to collaborate on solutions that will fundamentally change the way men are treated and supported. With a strong focus on Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer, and Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, Movember’s key goals are to:

  • Give men the facts
  • Change behaviour for the better
  • Create services that work for men
  • Bring the brightest minds together
  • Listen to the community and advocate for men

Over the years, Len Dubois Trucking has joined the Movember Movement by sharing a series of articles about Men’s Health. Awareness and information are two keys to the prevention and treatment of these life-threatening illnesses.

Use your thirty-minute break to read through the articles and help keep yourself healthy for life. Don’t forget to visit Movember Canda for more information about Men’s Health.

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