What you need to know before you Mo

Is your upper-lip tingling in anticipation for Movember 2018? Prep yourself to go bigger, better and hairier for men’s health with these quick tips.

MomenTIM mental health program named among Queensland's best

Congratulations to The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health’s MomenTIM program, which was recognised last week as one of 30 finalists in the 2018 QLD Mental Health Week Achievement Awards.

Want To Meet Jamie Lannister In The Flesh? Thought So

Win tickets to the premiere of the final Game of Thrones season ever. Here's how to enter.

Mo Team Captain's Guide 2017

Whether it's your fifth or first time leading a Movember Team, these essential resources are for every Movember Captain.

TrueNTH Testicular Cancer

We took the road less travelled to create something new for men going through a testicular cancer journey. See how and why.

Movember announce 'Against the Wall' street art project

Ten leading street artists including D*Face and Shepard Fairey are reigniting the conversation on men’s mental health.

Movember Foundation named among Australia's top 5 most innovative not-for-profits

We’re stoked to announce that the Movember Foundation has once again been named among the top 10 most innovative not-for-profits in the country.

Prostate Cancer Funding Announcement

Movember Foundation teams up with the Australian Government for $12 million prostate cancer research boost

How TrueNTH is helping couples enjoy sex after Prostate Cancer

Treatment for localised Prostate Cancer can have several side effects including, for many men, the inability to get an erection. Health services have traditionally just focussed on survival, but new programs are enabling men and their partners to maintain intimate, physical relations.

Courageous Conversations

AFL players Dayne Beams, Taylor Adams, Connor Blakely and Matthew Lobbe have opened up about their personal experiences with mental health in a video series produced in partnership with the AFL Players’ Association.

TrueNTH intervention reduces sexual problems after prostate cancer by 60%

After treatment for prostate cancer, men in Victoria’s Gippsland region reported big problems with sexual function in much higher numbers than the rest of the population. Using telehealth to deliver psychology and education on sexual health, incontinence, exercise and diet, this intervention reduced problems with sexual function by 60%.

Exercise and diet programs reduce the negative side effects of prostate cancer treatment

Exercise and diet hold the key to maintaining quality of life for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to health professionals from Canada and Australia.