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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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28/06/2012 - Hormone hope for cancer men
A dose of hormones could help men overcome the side-effects of treatment, British researchers say today. More

19/06/2012 - Tea complication for men
Men who drink large amounts of tea face an increased cancer risk, researchers warn today. More

25/05/2012 - Gene discovery could herald non-hormonal male contraceptive
A new male contraceptive could be developed following genetic discoveries by British scientists, it was announced today. More

16/05/2012 - Extra time drug u-turn
British regulators today performed a u-turn over a controversial drug - which campaigners say can give men with prostate cancer quality "extra time". More

04/05/2012 - Prostate cases rise to more than 40,000 in UK
The number of men in the UK being diagnosed with prostate cancer has risen to more than 40,000 a year as a result of greater rates of testing for the disease, figures out today have revealed. More

30/03/2012 - Men vulnerable to sudden heart death
Cardiac arrest caused by irregular heart rhythms affects mainly men, according to an analysis published today. More

13/02/2012 - Good news for vindaloo fans
Researchers say they have found new evidence that a curry spice could help combat male cancer. More

09/02/2012 - One in five male Brits has heart gene
Families sometimes wonder why their men seem prone to heart disease - and new research today suggests the answer is genetic. More

02/02/2012 - Row over new extra time drug ban
A row broke out today over proposals to restrict a drug for male cancer that was discovered in the UK. More

01/02/2012 - New tomato prostate cancer link
British researchers have made new discoveries showing how the redness in tomatoes may protect men against cancer, it was announced yesterday. More

08/12/2011 - Prostate treatment heart warning
Men undergoing prostate cancer treatment face a massively increased risk of heart disease - but little is done to tackle the risk, experts claim today. More

06/12/2011 - Fitness key to heart health
Physical inactivity rather than excess weight may be the biggest threat to the heart, according to the findings of a major study reported last night. More

02/12/2011 - Football good for menís mental health
Men with mental health problems should be encouraged to play football, psychologists will hear today. More

30/11/2011 - European men need targeted health policies
A radical new approach to health policy, research and practice is needed to improve men's health in Europe, experts say today. More

15/11/2011 - Dads to learn maternity care
British dads are set to be told more about how they can care for the mothers of their children after birth, it was announced today. More

15/11/2011 - Pill poses partner problem
The contraceptive pill has been linked to many side-effects in women - but now researchers say it may affect their partners. More

21/10/2011 - Fitness - the secret of long life?
Women gain more physical fitness than men from light exercise, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

12/10/2011 - Gene testing to boost male cancer treatment
Routine gene testing could help determine the best treatment for prostate cancer patients, researchers reported today. More

04/10/2011 - Breast cancer awareness call - for men
Breast cancer in men is a growing problem in the UK, researchers warned yesterday. More

28/09/2011 - Man-flu genetic?
Man-flu may be a genetic problem, researchers reveal today - setting out how women seem to enjoy more efficient immune systems than men. More

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