KSAT team ranks 5th in country for No Shave November challenge
SAN ANTONIO – The KSAT team, which consists of 13 members of our on-air talent, have done an incredible job raising money for cancer prevention, research and education this season as they participated in No Shave November. The No-Shave November campaign has raised more than $10 million to fight cancer and the KSAT team came in at No. 4 in the U.S. with $9,852 raised overall through donations to team members and the organization as a whole. Of the 13 participants on KSAT’s No Shave November team, Max Massey, Mike Osterhage, Mark Austin and Justin Horne all raised more than $1,000 in donations. “KSAT viewers never fail to show their love and support and they’ve proven that, yet again, in the fight against cancer,” Austin said.
KSAT ranks among top fundraisers in nation for No Shave November challenge with one week to go
SAN ANTONIO – The guys at KSAT have been raising money for cancer awareness through the No Shave November challenge and with one week to go, they’re currently ranked as the third-highest organization in the U.S. in terms of monies raised. As of Tuesday morning, the KSAT gents have more than $6,800 in contributions that will help support cancer prevention, research and education. The leaderboard for the No Shave November currently lists the KSAT crew as the nation’s No. With 13 participants on KSAT’s No Shave November team, Mike Osterhage and Mark Austin are in the lead for fundraising, each surpassing $1,000 in donations thus far. “KSAT viewers never fail to show their love and support and they’ve proven that, yet again, in the fight against cancer.
KSAT men grow facial hair for good cause in November 2020
KSAT anchors and reporters show off their facial hair halfway through the November 2020 No Shave challenge. We’re joining forces with No-Shave November and Movember to raise funds to support cancer prevention, research and education. It's a web-based, nonprofit organization devoted to growing cancer awareness and raising funds to support cancer prevention, research, and education. It focuses on the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. So I this is an opportunity to raise awareness for all forms of cancer and help raise money for research.
'This Is Us' star Sterling K. Brown wants to live to 100 using this fitness routine
In real life, Brown works out for a different reason: He wants to live to 100, according to Men's Health. Brown, 43, started to think about longevity when his father died from a heart attack at age 45. "I think when Pops passed, I had sort of a recognition of the fact that 45 was young," he told Men's Health. Along with fitness, Brown meditates for 20 minutes a day, and eats a nutrient-rich diet, he told Men's Health. "It's easier to maintain a level of fitness than it is to lose it and try to get it back," Brown told Men's Health.cnbc.com
Best and worst cities for men
To find the 2016 best and worst cities for men, Men's Health analyzed 33 criteria covering areas of health, fitness and quality of life to rank 100 American cities from top to bottom. With the week leading up to Father's Day marking National Men's Health Week, check out the 10 best, followed by the 10 worst. Hide Caption