A Smaller Hairier Solution to the Men’s Health Crisis- Grow a “Mo” and Help Raise Awareness

Men are facing a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. They’re dying too young. Much before their time. Blue Zones Project is asking the men in our community to get hairy with us to make an impact on men’s health.

Grow a “mo” and give it the spotlight to raise awareness and to start a conversation in the workplace, in lecture halls, on sports grounds, and everywhere in between – to stop men dying too young.

Terrance of Sammy’s Parlor will be judging and offering a prize for the best “mo” at our Men’s Health Month celebration which will be on Wednesday, December 4 at Mia & Pia’ Pizzeria and Brewhouse. Grow a Mo, Save a Bro. 

To learn more, visit Make Your Move for Men’s Health –  Klamath Falls.

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