Articles by Peter Baker

Director, Global Action on Men’s Health 

WHO SELF-CARES WINS: Tackling the public health ‘sex gap’

Posted in articles by on April 5, 2019

Many men’s health outcomes are unnecessarily poor, globally, nationally and locally. Average global life expectancy for men lags behind women’s by four years, for example, and there is not a single country where men live longer than women. Around half of the sex difference in mortality from all causes in … Read more »

Leave No Man Behind

Posted in articles by and on June 10, 2016

Many health outcomes indicators are worse for men than women but men’s health is often overlooked by global and national health organizations. In this blog, I argue that there is a strong ethical, economic and social case for new approaches that address the needs of men and justify their inclusion … Read more »