2019 MAN CAVE HEALTH AWARDS NOMINATIONS

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 most recent round of nominees for its First Annual International Awards ceremony to be held in May 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 nominees for Entertainer of the Year are:

Jimmy Charles, for his dedication to the prostate cancer community for the songs “Superman” and “I Am Not Alone”.

Vincent Pastore for sharing his experience with prostate cancer.  Vinny says, “I want you guys to listen.” So Vinny, we’re listening!

Ben Stiller, for speaking out against the US Preventive Service Task Force’s recommendation to increase the age for regular PSA testing from age 40 to age 50.  As Mr. Stiller points out, had his doctor followed that recommendation, he would not have known about his tumor until it was at least 2 years too late to treat.

The nominees for Sports League of the Year are:

Major League Baseball (USA), for its dedication to prostate cancer awareness through the annual Home Run Challenge.

Premier League British Football for participating in the FFIT program.

Primeira Liga, (Football League in Portugal) for participating in FFIT program.

Elite Serien (Football League in Norway) for participating in FFIT program.

 

The nominees for Community Clinic of the Year are:

The Cleveland Clinic for promoting awareness and screenings for male breast cancer.

Alliance Community Healthcare, Jersey City, NJ for weekly health screening events throughout the community in churches, schools, clinics.

Family Tree Community Clinic, St. Paul, MN for recognizing Men’s Health as its own specialty, separate from general health, and providing services on a sliding scale fee schedule.

 

The nominees for the Community Leadership Award are:

Clinton Bretecher & the Community of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Calgary

CEHSID, Men’s Comprehensive Community Heath Innovative Program

UNC Medical Center Men’s Health Community

 

The nominees for Healthcare Volunteer of the Year (while this category is not specific to men’s health, we feel it is important to recognize the volunteers who are providing care to those who have limited or no access) are:

Remote Area Medical (RAM) Volunteer Corps

National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.

Create the Good: Volunteer Arm of AARP.

 

The nominees for Organizations Combating the Opioid Crisis (while this category is not specific to men’s health, we feel it is a critical health issue) are:

The Behavioral Health Leadership Institute for the van they provide outside of the Baltimore City Jail.  On 2 days per week, BHLI is able to provide physicals and prescriptions for buprenorphine for men exiting the jail.  The organization realized the need for this integral service upon noticing the upswing in overdoses among those recently released from incarceration; the best way to address the issue was to target those exiting the facility.  Kudos!

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for the $400,000,000 they awarded to HRSA funded Community Health Centers, Rural Organizations, and Academic Institutions this past September.

US Senate, for passing the Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018 (OCRA), which included legislation in 70 bills aimed at combating this Public Health Emergency

 

The nominees for Urology Practice of the Year are:

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.

Chesapeake Urology, for reaching their recent milestone of providing 8,000 free PSA tests.  Congratulations, and thank you!

The Urology Group (Cincinnati Tri-State Area), for Family Health Day on October 14, 2018, which provided not only free PSA testing, but flu shots for the whole family, mammography services and other screenings.

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Alabama are:

Michael Bivins, MD – Urology Centers of Alabama

John Hinson, MD – North Alabama Urology

Scott Tully, MD – Urology Centers of Alabama

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Alaska are:

Tony Nimeh, MD – Fairbanks Urology

William Clark, MD – Providence

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Arizona are:

  1. Paul Yurkanin, MD – Yurkanin Urology

Sanjay Ramakumar, MD –  Arizona Institute of Urology

Mark Hong, MD – Mark Hong MD

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Arkansas are:

Ronald Kuhn, MD – Arkansas Urology

Robert T. Emery, MD – White River Health System

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, California are:

Robert Reiter, MD – UCLA

Thomas Ahlering, MD – UC Irvine School of Medicine

Sumeet Bhanvadia, MD – Keck Medicine

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Colorado are:

Edward B. Eigner, MD – Denver Urology

Juan Montoya, MD –  The Urology Center of Colorado

James A. Simon, MD – Advanced Urological Care

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Connecticut are:

Dmitry Volkin, MD – Urological Associates of Bridgeport

David J. Hesse, MD – Yale Cancer Center

Joseph Renzulli, MD – Yale Cancer Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Delaware are:

Christopher Mitchell, MD – Christiana Care Health System

Gregory Spana, MD – Urology Associates of Dover

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Florida are:

Vipul Patel, MD – Florida Hospital, Celebration

Sanjay Razdan, MD – Miami Robotic Prostatectomy

Robert Carey, MD – Conquer Prostate Cancer Now

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Georgia are:

Bert Chen, MD – Georgia Urology

John Pattaras, MD – Emory Healthcare

Scott Miller, MD – Scott Miller MD

 

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Hawaii are:

Sergei Tikhonenkov, MD – Urology Hawaii

David Chou, MD – Pacific Urology

Tim Roytman, MD – Aloha Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Idaho are:

John A. Greer, MD – Idaho Urology

Stephen A. Brassell, MD – St. Luke’s Health Services

Edward D. Ellison, MD – North Idaho Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Illinois are:

Scott Eggener, MD – University of Chicago Medicine

Thai T. Nguyen, MD – Advanced Urology Associates

Marcus Queck, MD – Loyola Medicine

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Indiana are:

Robert A. Batler, MD – Urology Indiana

Michael O. Koch, MD – Indiana University Medicine

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Iowa are:

James Brown, MD – University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics

Carl A. Meyer, MD – Unity Point

Jonathan Fialkov, MD – Iowa Specialty Hospital

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Kansas are:

Andrew J. Flum, MD – Kansas City Urology

David Duchene, MD – University of Kansas Health System

Bradley E. Davis, MD – Urologic Surgery Associates

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Kentucky are:

Andrew C. James, MD – University of Kentucky Healthcare

Thomas K. Slabaugh, MD – Lexington Clinic Urology

JD Williams, MD – Urology Group

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Louisiana are:

Farjaad Siddiq, MD – Robotic Urology Medicine

Robert M. Alexander, MD – Houma Surgi-Center Urology Clinic

  1. Spencer Krane, MD – Tulane Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Maine are:

Griffith R. D. Batstone, MD – Maine Health

Moritz L. Hansen, MD – Maine Health

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Maryland are:

Mohummad Minhaj Siddiqui, MD – University of Maryland Medical School

Christian Paul Pavlovich, MD – John Hopkins Medicine

Benjamin H. Lowentritt, MD – Chesapeake Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Massachusetts are:

Matthew F. Wszolek, MD – Massachusetts General Hospital

Mark Preston, MD – Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Mark D. Manganiello, MD – Beverly Hospital

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Michigan are:

Mani Menon, MD – ManiMenon.com

David E. Thompson, MD – Urology Surgeons

Arvin K. George, MD – Rogel Cancer Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Minnesota are:

Matthew T. Gettman, MD – Mayo Clinic

Robert T. Gaertner, MD – Minnesota Robotic Surgery

Christopher Warlick, MD – Minnesota Health

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Mississippi are:

Sujith K. Reddy, MD – Urology Associates of Mississippi

  1. Jason Blalock – Mississippi Urology
  2. Champs Weeks, MD – Gulfport Memorial Hospital

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Missouri are:

Gerald Andriole, MD – Barnes Jewish Hospital

Justin M. Albani, MD – North Kansas City Hospital

Travis Dum, MD – St. Louis Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Montana are:

Kevin M. Kronner, MD – Five Valleys Urology

Tim Grossman, MD – St. Peter’s Health

Gregory Adams, MD – Urology Associates of Montana

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Nebraska are:

Shawna L. Boyle, MD – Nebraska Medicine

Gernon A. Longo, MD – Urology Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Nevada are:

Alex Lesani, MD – AlexLesani.com

Brian T. Montgomery, MD – Carson City Urologists

Mulugeta Kassahun, MD – Urology Specialists of Nevada

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, New Hampshire are:

Christopher Girasole, MD –  Manchester Urology

Alireza Moinzadeh, MD – St. Joseph’s Hospital

Robert E. Mitchell, MD – St. Joseph’s Hospital

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, New Jersey are:

Alexei Wedmid, MD – Urology Group of Princeton

Thomas R. Christiano, MD – Hackensack University Medical Center

Thomas Y. Chun, MD – Urology Center of New Jersey

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, New Mexico are:

Satyan K. Shah, MD – University of New Mexico Cancer Center

Frances Alba, MD – University of New Mexico

Daniel Morilla, MD – Rio Grande Urology

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, New York are:

Ashutosh Tewari, MD – Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine

David Simadi, MD – Lenox Hill Hospital

William C. Huang, MD – NYU Langone Medical Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, North Carolina are:

Samuel H. Eaton, MD – Duke University Health System

  1. Craig Hall, MD – Wake Forest Baptist Health

Robert J. Chamberlin, MD – Pinehurst Surgical Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, North Dakota are:

Cameron Charchenko, MD – CHI St. Alexius Health

Thomas Noah, MD – Sanford Health

Michael VanBibber, MD – Trinity Health

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Ohio are:

Georges-Pascal Haber, MD – The Cleveland Clinic

Ronney Abazza, MD – Ohio Health

Eric T. Weise, MD – Miami Valley Hospital

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Oklahoma are:

Basel S. Hassoun, MD – Urology Surgeons of Oklahoma

Marc S. Milstein, MD – Urologic Specialists

James Colvert III, MD – Enid Urology Associates

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Oregon are:

Christopher L. Amling, MD – Oregon Health & Science University

Mark R. Carson, MD – Oregon Urology

James C. Loos, MD – Providence

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Pennsylvania are:

Daniel J. Lee, MD – Penn Medicine

Richard E. Greenberg, MD – Fox Chase

Joel D. Bigley, MD – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Rhode Island are:

Boris S. Gershman, MD – Lifespan Centers

Gyan Pareek, MD – Urology RI

Joseph Renzulli, MD – South County Health

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, South Carolina are:

Harry Clarke, MD – Medical University of South Carolina

Thomas Douglas, MD – Caroline Urology

Terence Chapman, MD – Colombia Urology

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Tennessee are:

Kevin Alexander Moses, MD – Vanderbilt Health

Gerald T. Dang, MD – Southeast Urology

Paul A. Hatcher, MD – Urology and Urologic Surgery

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Texas are:

Justin T. Lee, MD – USMD Health System

Curtis A. Pettaway, MD – MD Anderson Cancer Center

Naveen Kella, MD – The Urology Place

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Utah are:

Tyler Chrisensen, MD – Ogden Clinic

Christopher T. Dechet, MD – University of Utah Health

Jay T. Bishoff, MD – Intermountain Healthcare

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Virginia are:

Robert Mordkin, MD – VHC Physicians Group

Charlie Jung, MD – Virginia Urology

Kamibz Tajkarimi, MD – Nova Urology

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Washington are:

James Porter, MD – Swedish Urology

Bradford Nelson, MD – Multicare

Brian C. Fong, MD – Providence

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Wisconsin are:

Kenneth Jacobsohn, MD – Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin

  1. Jason Abel, MD – University of Wisconsin Health

Matthew W. Johnson, MD – Aurora Healthcare

 

The nominees for Urologist of the Year, Wyoming are:

John R. Bryant, MD – Cheyenne Urological

Todd C. Hansen, MD – Wyoming Urology

 

The nominees for Top Hospital Urology Department of the Year (based on US News & World Report’s Urology Scorecard):

Cleveland Clinic scored 100/100 on the Urology scorecard

Johns Hopkins Hospital scored 99.9/100 on the Urology Scorecard

Mayo Clinic scored 99.9/100

 

The nominees for Twitter Account of the Year are:

@Globalmenhealth for their daily tweets committed to “putting men and boys on the gender agenda”.

@Movember for tackling men’s health on a global scale.  Their goal: to stop men dying too young.

@MensHealthForum for promoting diabetes awareness to men in the UK.

The nominees for Celebrity Tweet of the Year are:

@TheRock, on 4.1.18 for encouraging men to open up about their feelings about depression.  We applaud Dwayne Johnson for de-stigmatizing mental health among men.

@MikeRoweWorks, on 10.10.18 when he filmed and tweeted his annual DRE, to show other men that it’s not as bad as they think it will be.  Thanks Mike!

@TheEllenShow, on 1.31.18 in support of mental health initiatives in Canada #BellLetsTalk.

 

The nominees for Podcast of the Year are:

Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness, Nutrition, Lifestyle, Strength Training, Self Help, Motivation

Movember Podcast

The Art of Manliness

 

The nominees for YouTube Channel of the Year are:

Men’s Health & Lifestyle

Total Urology Care

Men’s Health Magazine

 

The nominees for Blog of the Year are:

Justin Birckbichler, A Ballsy Sense of Tumor (ABSOT).

Jed Diamond, Men Alive.

Dr. Paul Turek, The Turek Clinic.

 

The nominees for People/Organizations #LeadingByExample are:

Daniel Craig, for rocking his baby papoose in the Twitterverse.

The Jamaica Observer, for promoting the International Men’s Day Event, “Reinforcing Positive Male Role Models” at The University of the West Indies on November 19th.

The International Men’s Day movement, for encouraging all boys and men to #LeadByExample.

 

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 Men’s Health Awareness Campaign of Year are:

Movember, Grow Your Mo Campaign for highlighting men’s health on a global scale.

Men’s Health Month (June) for the campaign to encourage men to take control of their healthcare.

Men’s Health Week (UK) for the campaign to encourage men to take control of their healthcare.  

 

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;

Coloplast, surgical sling for treating male incontinence.

 

The nominees for Pharmaceutical Company of the Year are:

Avadel, for Noctiva nasal spray to relieve nocturnal incontinence.

Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, for Elreada to treat metastatic prostate cancer.

Pfizer, for Xtandi to treat both metastatic and non-metastatic prostate cancer.

 

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 nominees for Men’s Health Summit of the Year are:

Men’s Health Summit, University of Toronto Division of Urology & The Canadian Urological Society, January 20, 2018.

CUNY’s Men’s Health Summit, Baruch College, April 20, 2018.

A4M MMI Men’s Health Conference, Boston, MA, October 26 – 27, 2018.

 

The nominees for Author of the Year are:

Webb, Robert. For How Not to be a Boy.  Canongate Books, 2017

Crews, Terry.  For Manhood – How to be a Better Man, Or Just Live with One.  Zinc Inc., 2014.

Howes, Lewis.  For The Mask of Masculinity.  Rodale Books, 2017.

 

The nominees for Publication of the Year are:

Journal of Men’s Health, the official journal of the International Society of Men’s Health.

American Journal of Men’s Health, for exploring racial disparity surrounding prostate cancer screenings.

International Journal of Men’s Societal and Community Health.

 

The nominees for Journal Article of the Year:

“Early Cancer Detection Behaviours Among Black Males”, Journal of Men’s Health, July 8, 2018.

“Exploring Racial Differences Surrounding Prostate Cancer Screening”, American Journal of Men’s Health, June 28, 2018.

“The Environment Was Like They Were in a Pub with No Alcohol”, International Journal of Men’s Societal and Community Health, October 2, 2018.

The nominees for Research Team of the Year are:

Timothy Hewitt, Kim A. Killinger, Spencer Hiller, Judith A. Boura, and Michael Lutz for “Exploring Racial Differences Surrounding Prostate Cancer Screening”, American Journal of Men’s Health, June 28, 2018.

Steve Robertson, Paula Carroll, Alexandra Donohoe, Noel Richardson, Aisling Keohane, Liam Kelly, Michael Harrison for “The Environment Was Like They Were in a Pub with No Alcohol”, International Journal of Men’s Societal and Community Health, October 2, 2018.

Darlingtina Atakere, MS and Tamara Baker, PhD for “Early Cancer Detection Behaviours Among Black Males”, Journal of Men’s Health, July 8, 2018.

 

The nominees for Advocate of the Year, North America are:

Mike Keenan for sharing his journey with prostate cancer and encouraging men to get screened.

The Jolly Green Giant for sporting a moustache during the month of November to promote men’s health in support of Movember.

Michael Lutz, MD of Michigan Institute of Urology for starting the Blue Monday awareness campaign during Men’s Health Week.

The nominees for Players Association of the Year are:

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.

NHLPA for collaborating with NHL on “Hockey Fights Cancer”.

MLBPA for the annual Michael Weiner Scholarship Awards.

 

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 nominees for Most Informational Men’s Health Website of the Year are:

The Good Men Project www.GoodMenProject.com

The Art of Manliness www.artofmanliness.com

Young Men’s Health www.YoungMensHealth.org

 

The nominees for Advocate of the Year, Oceania are:

The Society of Men’s Health Philippines for promoting televised men’s health awareness campaigns, including free prostate exams.

MenGage, Australia for their Primary Health Care Approach to Men’s Health in Community Health Settings.

Australian Men’s Sheds Association for building community and safe spaces for men to engage in healthy pursuits with one another.

 

The nominees for Men’s Health Improvement Program of the Year are:

FFIT (Football Fans in Training) program in Scotland – community engagement among male football fans aimed at increasing physical activity.

MOM (Men on the Move) program in Ireland – community engagement among men in Ireland aimed at increasing physical activity.

Spanner in the Works? – community engagement among men in Australia aimed at encouraging men to be proactive about annual screenings.

 

The nominees for Alzheimer’s Disease Volunteers of the Year are:

Lenny White – “Lenny the Dementia Friendly Barber”

The Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation

 

The nominees for Top Worldwide Tuberculosis Foundations are:

KNCV

WHO #EndTB Project

Partners in Health

 

 

The nominees for Top Worldwide HIV/AIDS Prevention & Relief Organizations are:

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria

The International AIDS Society

Kaiser Foundation Global Health & HIV Policy Program

 

Male Life Expectancy Awards

 

Male Life Expectancy in the USA is 76.3.  Several states surpass this age, therefore the nominees for Longest Male Life Expectancy in the United States are:

Minnesota 78.67

Connecticut 78.57

California 78.33

 

There are 25 countries in the world where men live well past 78.67.  Of those, the top nominees for Longest Male Life Expectancy Worldwide are:

Australia 81

Japan 81.1

Switzerland 81.2

 

There are more than 100 countries in the world where NO MEN die from Malaria.

 

The nominees for Lowest Male Death Rate from Prostate Cancer are:

Bangladesh 1.5

Nepal 1.41

Bhutan .5

 

The nominees for Lowest Male Death Rate from Suicide are:

Barbados .45

Antigua 0

Grenada 0

 

The nominees for Lowest Male Death Rate from All Cancers are:

Oman 57.93

Niger 54.27

Arab Emirates 42.86

 

The nominees for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Flu/Pneumonia are:

Macedonia 5.38

Austria 4.66

Finland 3.44

 

The nominees for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Alzheimer’s Disease are:

Philippines 1.75

Kurzyzstan 1.55

Singapore .53

Given these low numbers, it’s noteworthy that the Male Death Rate from Alzheimer’s Disease in the USA is 33.24, and the Highest in the world is in Kuwait at 60.33.

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Alcohol Abuse are:

Brunei .31

Figi .28

Iran .19

The USA is 3.55 and El Salvador is the highest at 38.97.

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Anemia are:

7-way tie at 0 deaths in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Slovenia, Croatia, Singapore and Viet Nam.

USA is ranked #49 at .48 male deaths from anemia, and Eritrea is the highest number of male deaths from anemia with 22.31.

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Asthma are:

Luxemborg .31

Netherlands .31

Italy .31

Iceland .28

The USA is .82 and Myanmar is the highest with 44.31 male deaths from asthma.

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Drug Use are:

Malawi .27

Madagascar .25

Brunei .23

The US is the 5th highest with 13.55, and Ukraine is the highest with 28.59.

 

The nominees for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Bladder Cancer are:

Botswana .3

Congo .26

Samoa 0

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Colon Cancer are:

Guinea 2.16

Gambia 1.59

Mozambique 1.28

The US is ranked #64 with 13.25 and Hugary has the highest with 38.4

 

The nominations for the Lowest Male Death Rate from Coronary Heart Disease are:

Kenya 51.32

Japan 47.19

South Korea 35.33

The US is ranked #123 with 107.32 and Turkmenistan has the highest with 523.38.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Diabetes are:

Albania 3.79

Ukraine 3.51

Belarus 1.84

The US is ranked #132 with 18.13 Male Deaths from Diabetes and Fiji has the highest at 213.79.

 

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Diarrheal Diseases are:

Slovenia .08

Greece .07

Montenegro .05

Somalia has the highest with 178.16.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Endocrine Disorders are:

Belarus .27

Russia .19

Ukraine .16

Angola has the highest Male Death Rate from Endocrine Disorders with 44.1

 

HIV/AIDS Data:

The following countries had no Male Deaths from HIV/AIDS in 2017:

Iceland, Iraq, Kiribati, Kuwait, Libya, Micronesia, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Arab Emirates, Vanuatu.

There are 42 more countries in the world where the Male Death Rate From HIV/AIDS was less than <1.

There are 47 more countries in the world where the Male Death Rate from HIV/AIDS remains in the single digits.

The US is ranked #109 with a Male Death Rate from HIV/AIDS of 2.49 in 2017.

The country with the highest Male Death Rate from HIV/AIDS is the African Kingdom of Lesotho, where the Male Death Rate from HIV/AIDS in 2017 was 701.71.  Male Life Expectancy in Lesotho is age 51.

 

The countries the Lowest Male Death Rate from Kidney Disease are:

Tonga 3.69

UK 3.42

Finland 3.22

The US is ranked # 115 with a male death rate of 12.23 and Nicaragua has the highest at 90.45.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Leukemia are:

Guinea-Bissau .5

Cape Verde .19

Gambia .07

The US is ranked #20 with a Male Death Rate from leukemia of 6.62.  Syria has the highest with 8.39.

Notable: Lesotho was very low with a Male Death Rate of .85, likely because men there do not live long enough to be at risk for leukemia.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Liver Cancer are:

Algeria 1.5

Tunisia 1.48

Nepal 2.21

Mongolia has the highest Male Death Rate from Liver Cancer with 109.16.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Liver Disease are:

Belarus 1.14

Ukraine .85

Russia .13

The US is ranked #126 at 13.79, the highest is Egypt with 109.35.

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Lung Cancer are:

Benin 1.13

Tanzania .99

Niger .65

The US is ranked #43 with 36.01, and Hungary is the highest with 73.68.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from lung disease are:

Oman 12.54

Bahamas 10.43

Qatar 9.21

The US ranked #60 with 34.55 and Kazakhstan is the highest with 174.88.

 

Multiple Sclerosis Data:

The following countries had no Male Deaths from MS in 2017:

Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Trinidad/Tobago.

There were 172 countries with less than 1 Male Death from MS in 2017.

The 4 countries with the highest Male Death Rate from MS in 2017 were:

Norway 1.09

UK 1.10

Grenada 1.13

Denmark 1.24

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Esophagus Cancer are:

Solomon Islands .34

Vanuatu .01

Samoa 0

The US is ranked #64 with 5.71, and Malawi is the highest with 31.01 Male Deaths.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from oral cancer are:

Gambia .42

Kuwait .32

Cape Verde 0

New Guinea is the highest with 25.94

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Pancreas Caner are:

Comoros .10

Maldives .06

Cape Verde 0

The US is ranked #36 with 8.51 and Kazakhstan is the highest with 17.12.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Parkinson’s Disease are:

Uzbekistan .12

Kyrgyzstan .09

Moldavia .05

The US is ranked #2 with 6.59 and Finland has the highest with 6.96.

 

 

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from peptic ulcers are:

Belarus .1

Ukraine .07

Russia .01

Philippines is the highest with 14.97

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from rheumatic heart disease are:

Malta .12

Guatemala .08

Antigua .01

Pakistan has the highest male death rate from rheumatic heart disease with 11.97 deaths per 100,000.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from skin cancer are:

Grenada & Guyana both had 0 Male Deaths from skin cancer in 2017.

Saint Lucia .34

Barbados .35

Bangladesh & Kuwait both have .37

The US is ranked #21 with 4.20 and South Africa is the highest with 9.63

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from skin diseases are:

Belarus/Russia/Ukraine .01

Kazakhstan/Venezuela .04

Macedonia .06

Ghana is the highest with 11.41

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from stomach cancer are:

Botswana .89

Mozambique 1.14

Comoros 1.80

The highest is Mongolia with 39.17

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from Stroke are:

Australia 20.96

Switzerland 18.37

Canada 17.43

The US is ranked #180 with 22.71 and North Korea is the highest with 246.68

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from tuberculosis are:

Netherlands .13

Luxemburg .12

Seychelles 0

The US is ranked #180 with .16 and Nigeria is the highest with 276.09.

 

The countries with the Lowest Male Death Rate from violence are:

Slovenia .44

Switzerland .43

Japan .32

The US is ranked #88 with 8.78 Male Deaths from violence and Honduras is the highest with 142.45.

Our Call for Nominations remains open through April 1, 2019 for numerous categories including those listed below.  New nominations will be announced each week.    

Call for Nominations: 

  • University of the Year
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  • TV News Anchor of the Year
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