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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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20/06/2014 - When football boosts health
Playing football may be better for the blood pressure than watching the World Cup in Brazil, researchers said last night. More

10/06/2014 - Fertility risk from phones
Men who keep mobile phones in their trousers may be putting their fertility at risk, researchers warn today. More

03/06/2014 - How men and women feel pain
Men suffer more pain than women after major surgery - but discomfort levels are the other way round after minor procedures, researchers say. More

29/04/2014 - Y-chromosome loss faces men
Male health may be affected by loss of the Y-chromosome, researchers revealed last night. More

23/04/2014 - Pregnancy clue to male hormones
Male health could be determined by the extent of a baby's exposure to testosterone in the womb, Scottish researchers have reported. More

15/04/2014 - Surgery may help advanced prostate cancer
Men with advanced and spreading prostate cancer may benefit from surgery, a conference was told yesterday. More

14/04/2014 - Men may quit cancer monitoring programme
Programmes aimed at monitoring men with slow growing prostate cancer may suffer from patient reluctance to co-operate, Swiss researchers have warned. More

11/04/2014 - Prostate cancer grading lacks accuracy
Tests to identify the severity of prostate cancer have proved wildly inaccurate, researchers warn today. More

09/04/2014 - Perceptions harm anorexic men
Men and boys with eating disorders may be deterred from seeking help because their problem is seen as a female issue, researchers warned today. More

12/03/2014 - Meat and fish plan for brain health
The brains of elderly men may benefit from diets rich in meat or fish, researchers say today. More

10/03/2014 - New plan to cut prostate screening harm
Britain could successfully screen for prostate cancer by using new risk-based systems, an expert has said. More

14/02/2014 - How cancer hits men globally
Men are much more badly affected by cancer globally than women, according to figures published today. More

14/02/2014 - Warning as body-builders take cancer drug
Body-builders may be unwittingly taking the anti-cancer drug tamoxifen in a popular supplement used by participants in their sport, it was revealed today. More

13/02/2014 - Brain sex differences clue to disease
Men and women really do have different brains - although the reasons for this and the effects remain uncertain, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/01/2014 - Early fitness cuts heart risk
Men who were fit and healthy as teenagers tend to have a lower risk of heart attack later in life, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

24/12/2013 - Researchers home in on man-flu genes
Man-flu is a real problem caused by hormonal differences from women, researchers revealed last night. More

19/12/2013 - Cancer survival boost
Britons have enjoyed a massive reduction in the risk of dying from cancer in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

12/12/2013 - Father genes influence baby weight
Children that are born small may suffer from a genetic problem that also causes their fathers to develop diabetes, according to a major UK research project. More

19/11/2013 - Hope for new prostate test
British scientists may have found a way to distinguish deadly forms of prostate cancer from relatively harmless ones, it was announced last night. More

15/11/2013 - Exercise could lower stroke risk in older men
Walking at least one to two hours every day could help to reduce the risk of stroke among older men, a new study has claimed. More

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