Men's Health: Highlights of PCORI-Funded Projects

A older Hispanic adult male stands in the middle of a group of older adult male of various races, and they are all wearing blue-colored attires.

This annual observance serves as an opportunity to boost awareness of preventable health problems and to encourage men to seek regular or early medical care. Men in the United States, on average, die almost five years earlier than women, and mortality rates for leading causes of death—such as heart disease, cancer, and stroke—are higher in men than in women. Featured here are PCORI-funded research studies and other projects that address these challenges and health conditions that specifically affect men.

PCORI Stories and Videos about Projects and Topics that Affect Men