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Greenwich Hospital Offers Men's Health Lecture For 'Movember'

Dr. James Rosoff
Dr. James Rosoff Photo Credit: Yale

GREENWICH, Conn. – Yale- New Haven Health Systems is offering free lectures on men’s health as part of “Movember Mondays.”

The systems' Urology Services, including those at Bridgeport, Greenwich and Yale-New Haven hospitals, are taking part.

The Movember campaign raises awareness of men’s health issues such as erectile dysfunction (ED), low testosterone (Low-T) prostate cancer and overall fitness. Men can show their support for the campaign by growing a mustache.

All lectures begin at 6 p.m.:

  • Nov. 16 – “Men’s Wellness,” Greenwich Hospital Hyde Conference Room, 5 Perryridge Road, Greenwich. Dr. James Rosoff, Dr. Franklin Loria and Richard Becker, Cardiac Rehabilitation specialist, will speak about infertility, low-T and sexual dysfunction as well as cardiac health and a fitness plan for health maintenance. Register at 888-305-9253 or online at and click the date.
  • Nov. 30 – “Below the belt: Keeping it healthy,” Bridgeport Hospital/Northeast Medical Group Fairfield County Medical Center, 112 Quarry Road, Trumbull. Dr. Matthew Wosnitzer will cover topics such as low testosterone and erectile dysfunction in younger men, infertility, testicular abnormalities and how behaviors impact overall health. Register at 888-357-2396 or online at and click the date.
The Movember campaign started in 2003 in Australia, where the slang word for “mustache” is “mo.” Today, more than a dozen countries participate, including the United States, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Israel, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and United Kingdom.

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