2019 Man Cave Health Awards Nominations


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Announcing the latest round of Nominations in Honor of Outstanding Achievements in the field of
Men’s Health

New York, NY:  Man Cave Health, Inc. proudly announces the latest round of nominees for its First Annual International Awards ceremony to be held in March 2019.  More than 1,000 awards will be granted across the globe in recognition of outstanding achievements in the field of Men’s Health.  We honor both the unsung heroes and the leaders in healthcare, science, government, business, education, sports, entertainment and the media for their commitment to prioritizing Men’s Health.

Driven by the notion that “men take better care of their cars than they do their bodies”, Man Cave Health is breaking the silence surrounding sensitive health topics for men.  There are approximately 3.7 billion men in the world, and they will die on average, almost five years earlier than women because they are less likely to seek preventive care for themselves.  Nearly 81% of men remember the make & model of their first car, but barely half remember their last doctor visit.

“For too long, men have taken a backseat to their healthcare journey.  I believe Man Cave Health will be an integral part of changing that,” writes Ashutosh Tewari, MBBS, MCh, FRCS (Hon.), Professor, Department of Urology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Man Cave Health Founder and Chairman, Thomas Milana, Jr. said, “The time has come to make men’s health a priority, and Man Cave Health is proud to lead the charge in shining a spotlight on the people who are doing just that.”

The first nominee for Entertainer of the Year is Jimmy Charles, for his dedication to the prostate cancer community for the songs “Superman” and “I Am Not Alone”.

The nominees for Sports League of the Year are MLB, for their dedication to prostate cancer awareness through the annual Home Run Challenge.

The first nominee for Community Clinic of the Year is The Cleveland Clinic for promoting awareness and screenings for male breast cancer.

The first nominee for Urology Practice of the Year is Michigan Institute of Urology Men’s Health Foundation for their annual Men’s Health Event at Ford Field highlighting all aspects of men’s health.  The event offers free health screenings all day for men, includes family-friendly fitness activities, Q & A with health experts, and encourages men to take charge of their overall health and well-being.

The first nominee for Social Media Account of the Year is The Global Action on Men’s Health Twitter Account @Globalmenhealth for their daily tweets committed to “putting men and boys on the gender agenda”.

The Nominees for Prostate Cancer Foundation of the Year are:  Zero Cancer, IMF Cares, Urology Health, PCF, and Fans 4 the Cure. Each of these organizations has taken prostate cancer awareness to new heights through the many patient programs and awareness campaigns they promote.

The nominees for the Most Innovative Patient Quality of Life Products are: Space Oar, pain-relieving hydrogel for patients undergoing radiation therapy for prostate cancer; Noctiva, nasal spray for treating nighttime incontinence; and Coloplast, surgical sling for treating male incontinence.

The first nominee for Pharmaceutical Company of the Year is Avadel, for Noctiva nasal spray.

The nominees for Research Center of the Year, US are:

Center for Research on Men’s Health, Vanderbilt University  – for “Mighty Men”, a faith-based weight loss intervention to reduce cancer disparities among men.

Men’s Health Research Center, University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus – for its interdisciplinary “PowerPlay Men’s Health at Work” initiative.  This important project gives men the health information they need, the skills to make informed choices, and the ability to create healthy work environments.

Stony Brook University Center for the Study of Men & Masculinities for their pioneering new Masters Program in Masculinity Studies.

The first nominee for Advocate of the Year, Canada is Mike Keenan for sharing his journey with prostate cancer and encouraging men to get screened.

The first nominee for Players Association of the Year is NFLPA for its health & wellness platform known as The Trust made available to former NFL players.  The Trust is a valuable resource for men seeking guidance.

The nominees for European Universities Advancing Men’s Health Studies are:  University of Glasgow, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, Radboud University Medical Centre Netherlands, University of Lisbon, University of Aberdeen, University of Edinburgh, and University of Dundee.

The nominees for European Football Clubs Promoting Men’s Health are:
In UK – Arsenal FC, Everton FC, Newcastle United, Manchester City, and Stoke City.
In Netherlands – FC Groningen, PSV, Ado Den Haag, and Vitesse
In Portugal – Sporting Clube de Portugal, Sport Lisboa e Benefica, and FC Porto.
In Norway – Stromsgodset IF, Valerenga Fotball, and Rosenborg Ballklub.

The first nominee for Advocate of the Year, Oceania is the Society of Men’s Health Pilippines for promoting televised men’s health awareness campaigns, including free prostate exams.

Our Call for Nominations remains open through December 31, 2018 for numerous categories including those listed below.  New nominations will be announced each week.    

Call for Nominations – United States:

  • Physician of the Year in each state
  • University of the Year in each state
  • Researcher of the Year
  • State Health Department Employee of the Year
  • Sports Team of the Year
  • Celebrity Tweet of the Year
  • Radio Personality of the Year
  • TV News Anchor of the Year
  • Marketing Campaign of the Year
  • Journalist of the Year
  • Philanthropist of the Year

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Man Cave Health, Inc.
Jackie Lomtevas