About the Journal

The Journal of Men’s Health (JOMH) is a peer-reviewed publication covering all aspects of men’s health across the lifespan. As the official journal the International Society of Men’s Health (ISMH) the Journal publishes cutting-edge advances in a wide range of diseases and conditions, including diagnostic procedures, therapeutic management strategies, and innovative clinical research in ge
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Current Issue

Vol 15 No 3 (2019): JOMH

Published: 2019-07-02

Articles

PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF IMPAIRMENTS IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN OLDER KOREANS: COMPARISON OF YOUNG-OLD AND OLD-OLD

Seonho Kim, Dallong Han, Jongeun Lee
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ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PITUITARY-GONADAL AXIS PARAMETERS AND SEMEN QUALITY IN YOUNG, HEALTHY MEN (AndroLS)

Józków Paweł, Medras Marek, Szmigiero Leszek, Słowinska-Lisowska Małgorzata, Lwow Felicja
Abstract 108 | pdf Downloads 61 HTML Downloads 6 xml Downloads 3

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THE EFFECTS OF SELF-CONSTRUAL AND THE LIVING ENVIRONMENT ON INTERNALIZED HOMOPHOBIA AMONG CHINESE GAY MEN

Zhengjia Ren, Ralph Hood, Chunsong Yang, Xiqi Lu, Qiuyu Su, Li Tsingan
Abstract 125 | pdf Downloads 54 HTML Downloads 16 xml Downloads 4

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCISE, CARDIOPULMONARY FITNESS, AND PREVALENCE OF COLON POLYPS ACCORDING TO AGE GROUP

Hye Young Lee, Hye Kyung Song, Yong Hwan Kim
Abstract 84 | PDF Downloads 31 HTML Downloads 8 XML Downloads 2

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ASSOCIATION OF FITNESS, BODY CIRCUMFERENCE, MUSCLE MASS, AND EXERCISE HABITS WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME

Kyu Kwon Cho, Young Hak Kim, Yong Hwan Kim
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MALE BARIATRIC PATIENTS, SIX YEARS LATER: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Darren D. Moore, Pooja Mamidana, Ms., Miciah Lyons, Traci Holmes, Felicia Jefferson
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Testimonies about publishing in the Journal of Men’s Health

 

I have chosen the Journal of Men’s Health mainly for the meritorical quality of articles that I have found in this journal. Although I have published only one article in JOMH my experience is very positive. Most important for me is that the publishing process was very fast as it took only 6-7 weeks. Furthermore, the Editorial Office was very helpful in several administrative issues. Due to my positive experience I plan to submit the next manuscript focused on reproductive health of young males just to have a series of articles published in the same respectable journal.

Felicja Lwow Ph.D

Associate Professor

University School of Physical Education

Faculty of Physiotherapy - Group of Health Promotion

Wroclaw, Poland