By Stan Martin
Fathers, sons, brothers, uncles, friends … June is dedicated to the important men in our lives as we encourage and support them on the road to a healthier life.
Beginning with Men’s Health Week, running through June 17, we focus on health issues that affect men disproportionately, and reinforce the need to become more aware of problems they may already have or could develop. This awareness needs to begin with our youth so that they develop habits early in their lives that make their health a priority.
Father’s Day reminds us of the responsibility that comes with parenting – how special it is and what it means to guide our children to reach their full potential and grow into the adults they want to be. HOPE Buffalo works with adolescent boys and girls to mentor and educate them on making informed decisions about their health – and fathers and male caring adults are a critical link in…
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