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This study was designed to examine the health behaviors as well as the enablers and barriers to health behaviors among Indigenous Australian men. One hundred and fifty Indigenous Australian men in rural, regional, and urban locations were interviewed about their health behaviors. The results revealed several themes of importance: (a) role of community activities, (b) the Indigenous man as a leader and role model, (c) negative impact of discrimination/ racism, (d) importance of partner anddoi:10.1177/1557988315583086 pmid:25891391 fatcat:37gucoytkzgmrot7rut3nxfj4q