Giants Huddle with Mt. Sinai, Announce Game Plan, Play to Win Etc.
Men are less likely than women to go to the doctor. What, besides erectile dysfunction or thinning hair, would motivate them to visit more often? How about the New York Giants? Mt. Sinai Medical Center announces they and the Super Bowl champs will "Team Up" to "Tackle" men's health issues. The Giants have set up a related sitelet, and announce free health screenings at Giants Stadium on Saturday, September 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. Former Giants star O.J. Anderson and "fellow Giants legends" will be there, as will free snacks and beverages. In a press release, Anderson points out that September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, but tragically fails to employ a metaphor about a defensive lineman coming right up his ass.
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