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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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26/08/2015 - Male violence linked to masculinity problems
Men who are prone to violence may benefit from stress management to tackle their problems with masculinity, researchers said yesterday. More

04/08/2015 - Perils of young fatherhood?
Family life is generally thought to be good for men - but starting too early may be less so, researchers say today. More

30/07/2015 - Prostate cancer "five diseases"
Prostate cancer is five different diseases, according to ground-breaking findings of British research published today. More

23/07/2015 - Cancer gene may help men
Prostate cancer may be held back by a gene which causes the growth of other kinds of cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

02/07/2015 - Statins may make people angry - through sleep deprivation
Cholesterol lowering statins may make women more aggressive - but men less so, researchers reported yesterday. More

22/06/2015 - Plea for cancer survivors
Successful treatment of early cancer does not guarantee patients a long and healthy life, campaigners warned yesterday. More

02/06/2015 - Breast-feeding may prevent leukaemia
Children that are breast-fed enjoy a reduced risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported tonight. More

21/05/2015 - Paracetamol in pregnancy ‘risks boys’
A woman who is pregnant with a boy may threaten her son's reproductive health by taking paracetamol repeatedly, according to findings published today. More

12/05/2015 - Hormone that puts men at risk of female cancer
Breast cancer affects hundreds of men every year - and levels of the female hormone oestrogen may be a major cause of it, researchers report today. More

30/04/2015 - Polygamy increases risk of heart disease
Men who have more than one wife have a four-fold increased risk of heart disease, according to a study in Saudi Arabia. More

20/03/2015 - Male cancer problem growing
More than 30,000 men in the UK are living with advanced, incurable prostate cancer, new research reveals today. More

25/02/2015 - Daily pill could prevent HIV
A daily pill can prevent new HIV infections among gay men, researchers reported last night. More

09/01/2015 - Circumcision link to autism?
Circumcision of tiny boys may trigger autism in some cases, researchers warn today. More

10/12/2014 - Prostate cancer sign found
A protein that affects tumour cells may provide vital new clues about prostate cancer, researchers have reported. More

28/11/2014 - Boys face stillbirth risk
Boys are 10% more likely to be stillborn than girls, a UK study has revealed. More

13/11/2014 - How to get men to lose weight
Men regard many weight loss programmes as "feminine" and respond to projects which offer humour and camaraderie, according to a new guide published today. More

11/11/2014 - Prostate cancer new hope
British researchers say they may have found a new treatment to tackle prostate cancer. More

26/09/2014 - Calcium tests to detect cancer?
Blood tests for high calcium levels could be used to detect a range of cancers at an early stage, researchers have revealed. More

18/09/2014 - When cancer drugs make things worse
Drugs given for prostate cancer may aggravate the disease if they are taken for too long, researchers have warned. More

15/09/2014 - Prostate cancer gene test closer
A breakthrough in genetic understanding of prostate cancer is set to identify men at high risk of contracting the disease, British researchers revealed last night. More

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