Mo Bro Mat discusses his close call after testicular cancer diagnosis

Entertainment reporter Mat Whitehead is used to being on top of things like The Bachelor, but he admits he could've been more on top of his testicular health.

2018 Prize Winners

This Movember, we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts from our Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world. It’s time we all acknowledge these legends who went above and beyond to stop men dying too young this year.

Mackay Mo Bro’s epic New York Mo-rathon effort

Mackay urologist Dr Sanjeev Bandi has been a powerhouse fundraiser for the Movember Foundation for more than a decade.

We Need You (and half your Mo)

468. That's how many men we've lost to Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer and Suicide this month alone. The men's health crisis stops for no-one. And so, we must go harder to stop men dying too young.

Make Mo' Mate Time

Melbourne's Stomping Ground Brewing Co. is getting behind Movember this year to raise awareness, funds and to tackle men's health issues, commiting to donate $75,000 to the charity for the second year running.

How surfing is helping young men stay mentally fit

Men’s mental health is in crisis and 75% of those who take their own life in Australia each year are men.

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.

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.

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.

Way Back Support Service Receives $37.6 Million in Funding

We are proud and humbled that Movember-pioneered mental health support service The Way Back is set to receive an additional $37.6 million in funding from the Commonwealth.