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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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13/06/2022 - How extra chromosomes impact male health
Thousands of men may face increased risk of blood clotting diseases because they unknowingly carry an extra chromosome, British researchers have reported. More

23/05/2022 - Festival warning on monkeypox
Monkeypox could spread rapidly through Europe during the coming summer festival season, the World Health Organization has warned. More

12/05/2022 - Hypermutation linked to chemotherapy
Chemotherapy may be one of the key reasons why some men pass on genetic mutations to their children, British scientists reported last night. More

30/03/2022 - Relative finger length may indicate COVID risk
Finger length ratio may help indicate vulnerability to COVID, according to a new study. More

08/03/2022 - Algorithm improves risk calculations for prostate cancer
Using the results from two blood markers can improve the accuracy of risk calculations for prostate cancer, a new study has shown. More

11/01/2022 - Inflammation in men linked to living alone
Inflammation in men is strongly linked to living alone for several years and/or experiencing serial relationship break-ups, researchers report today. More

15/12/2021 - HIV prophylaxis recommended in England
Those at the highest risk of catching HIV should be offered prophylaxis, according to the first guidance of its kind in the UK, published today. More

20/10/2021 - Call for prostate screening in at-risk men
Men with Lynch syndrome benefit from targeted PSA testing for prostate cancer, according to a study published today. More

10/08/2021 - Men's fertility affected by arthritis diagnosis
Men’s fertility may be affected if they are diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis before or during peak reproductive years, according to new Dutch research published today. More

28/04/2021 - Loneliness linked to cancer in men
Men who suffer chronic loneliness may face an increased cancer risk, according to a new study. More

01/04/2021 - Melanoma linked to high testosterone in men
There may be a link between high levels of testosterone in the blood and increased risk of melanoma in men, according to a new analysis. More

31/03/2021 - New gene variant linked to infertility in men
Scientists have identified a new genetic variant they believe is linked to male infertility. More

12/03/2021 - Targeted prostate cancer screening would prevent deaths
A targeted screening programme for men who are genetically pre-disposed to prostate cancer could prevent one in six deaths from the disease and significantly reduce over-diagnosis, a new UK study has found. More

12/01/2021 - Drug-resistant prostate cancer treatment 'promising'
Men with advanced prostate cancer could receive a promising, new experimental drug, it is reported today. More

05/01/2021 - Genetic variants increase prostate risk for those of African ancestry
Black men have genetic variants that put them at greater risk of developing prostate cancer than white or Asian men, a study published last night has revealed. More

22/09/2020 - Combination treatment could attack aggressive prostate cancers
An experimental cancer drug combined with targeted hormone treatment could treat an aggressive group of prostate cancers, a European conference has heard. More

09/09/2020 - UK alcohol report looks at harm to men
Efforts to reduce alcohol consumption among men need to confront the extent to which it is bound up with male identity in the UK, a report says today. More

21/08/2020 - Surge in melanoma skin cancer death rates
Melanoma skin cancer death rates in the UK have increased 150% since the 1970s, with men being affected more, according to new analysis by Cancer Research UK. More

01/06/2020 - New hope for prostate cancer screening and testing
Scientists have developed a non-invasive blood test to identify how men with advanced prostate cancer will respond to treatment, British researchers have told a conference. More

11/05/2020 - Blood enzyme may explain male virus susceptibility
The ACE2 enzyme may help explain why men are more vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus than women, Dutch researchers report today. More

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