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‘BIGGER ISSUES’ CAMPAIGN SEES 45% INCREASE IN AWARENESS OF MALE SUICIDE

‘BIGGER ISSUES’ CAMPAIGN SEES 45% INCREASE IN AWARENESS OF MALE SUICIDE

Press Releases   •   Dec 22, 2015 11:09 GMT

CALM's November #BiggerIssues campaign with male grooming brand, Lynx, successful, raising awareness that suicide is the biggest single killer of men aged under 45 by a massive 45%. A YouGov poll in October 2015 showed that awareness stood at 20% of UK adults. The poll was repeated on 15-16th December revealing that awareness across the country rose to 29%.

CALM ANNOUNCES FURTHER HIGH PROFILE SUPPORT

CALM ANNOUNCES FURTHER HIGH PROFILE SUPPORT

Press Releases   •   Dec 18, 2015 09:00 GMT

CALM is delighted to announce further high profile support with the appointments of actor Jamie Campbell Bower, Founding Director of After Nyne magazine Claire Meadows, and rock band Young Guns, as official charity Ambassadors.

Topman expands CALMzine across the UK

Topman expands CALMzine across the UK

Press Releases   •   Jun 15, 2015 12:49 BST

Topman, official supporters of CALM's free men's magazine, expand distribution of magazine outside London for the first time.

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SUICIDE THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN MEN AGED UNDER 50 IN ENGLAND & WALES

Press Releases   •   May 16, 2014 10:00 BST

The most recent ONS statistical bulletin names suicide as the leading cause of death in men under 50 in England and Wales, highlighting the rising issue of suicide n older men.