Vail health feature: Mental health issues often go untreated in men

21st December, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

Editor’s note: This is the second part of a three-part series on men’s health. Read the first article in the series at www.vaildaily.com.Mental illness in men is often referred to as a silent crisis. Societal mores dictate that men are supposed to be strong and impervious to the arrows that life hurls at them, and to a man, seeking help may be construed as a sign of weakness.“The last thing any man would want is for his family to question his ability to provide or for co-workers to question his ability to perform,” said Dr. Dennis Lipton, an internist at …

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