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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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06/09/2011 - Heart-gender link challenged
A woman's risk of heart disease may be nothing to do with her hormones, researchers report today. More

01/09/2011 - Thinness genes lead breakthroughs
Major genetic discoveries revealed last night by British researchers include genes for extreme thinness. More

30/08/2011 - Alarm at Euro gender gap
Men pose a major health problem in Europe, according to two new analyses. More

27/07/2011 - Men face bowel cancer risk
British men now face a significant risk of developing bowel cancer during their lifetimes, according to stark new figures published today. More

18/07/2011 - Middle-aged face cancer risk
The current generation of middle-aged "baby boomers" may have an increased life expectancy - but it is also facing rising cancer rates, according to shock new figures published today. More

01/07/2011 - Warning over men's 'herbal' supplements
Men are being warned not to take unlicensed herbal remedies after they were found to contain a medicine that could cause life-threatening high blood pressure. More

24/05/2011 - Mushrooms and common pills offer men hope
Mushrooms and paracetamol may both help men at risk from cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

24/05/2011 - Culture makes men healthier
Men who enjoy cultural activities tend to be happier and healthier than others, researchers said today. More

18/05/2011 - Coffee may protect against prostate cancer
Drinking coffee may be linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer, researchers reported last night. More

29/04/2011 - Marriage bonus for couples
Along with massively expensive presents from hundreds of select guests, William and Kate are set to share another bonus from their wedding with married couples the world over, two doctors say. More

26/04/2011 - Men face fish side-effect
Men who try to eat a healthy diet may be increasing their risk of developing a deadly cancer, researchers revealed last night. More

12/04/2011 - Prostate treatment breakthrough
British researchers say they may have developed an improved treatment for prostate cancer using killer viruses. More

01/04/2011 - Prostate screening "risks" revealed
Screening for prostate cancer does not significantly reduce deaths - but may lead to unnecessary treatment, researchers said today. More

23/03/2011 - Guidelines urge improved HIV testing
The British National Health Service was urged today to improve rates of HIV testing as new figures show the dangerous virus continues to spread in high-risk groups. More

15/03/2011 - Men resist doctor visits - survey
Only two-thirds of men would seek out a doctor if they developed chest pain, according to a new survey highlighting the reluctance of the male gender to seek medical care. More

02/03/2011 - Male cancer test found
British researchers may have made a major breakthrough in the search for an improved test for male cancer, it was announced yesterday. More

01/03/2011 - Male future bleak - psychiatrist
Men in the western world may face a bleak and depressing future because of changing culture, a psychiatrist claims today. More

28/02/2011 - Daily steak dangerous - UK gov
People who eat steak daily are massively increasing their risk of developing bowel cancer, the British government has warned. More

16/02/2011 - Male hair loss signals later risk
Young men who start losing their hair early in life face an increased risk of a male cancer later, researchers warned today. More

15/02/2011 - Obesity a killer
Obesity is a killer in its own right - regardless of whether it causes other problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes, researchers claimed today. More

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