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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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07/02/2011 - Teen vaccine may be working
More than four million doses of the new vaccine aimed at preventing cervical cancer have been given to young women in the UK, according to new figures. More

24/01/2011 - Men wish they could bend like Beckham
Footballer David Beckham is 35 and still playing - and most British men see him as a physical role model, according to a new survey. More

24/01/2011 - Men who benefit from vitamin
Vitamin E has been largely discredited as a "miracle" vitamin - but a major new study suggests some groups of men may benefit from taking it. More

07/01/2011 - Circumcision key to HPV prevention
Male circumcision can help to stop the spread of human papillomavirus, an African study has revealed. More

05/01/2011 - Baldness breakthrough - scientists
Scientists have made a breakthrough in the search for causes of male baldness, it was announced last night. More

17/11/2010 - How fitness boosts health
Dozens of physical and mental problems can be prevented by regular exercise, according to a major study of the benefits of fitness published yesterday. More

09/11/2010 - Pregnancy pain-killers may damage paternal prospects
The use of common pain-killers during pregnancy may be contributing to declining male fertility in some European countries, according to disturbing findings revealed yesterday. More

20/10/2010 - Low hormones may jeopardise men
Low hormone levels could be linked to a heightened risk of men facing early death from heart disease, British researchers report today. More

19/10/2010 - Male teens "desensitised" by violence
Male teenagers who spend their time on violent video games and watching violent TV may develop aggressive traits, according to controversial findings published today. More

18/10/2010 - Urine test hope to detect prostate cancer
A new urine test could be used to identify men who are at risk of prostate cancer, researchers say. More

05/10/2010 - Food allergy asthma link
People with food allergies are likely to be young, male and black - and suffer from asthma, according to a major study of the problem. More

15/09/2010 - Single prostate test proposal
There is no need for routine, general screening for prostate cancer, although a single test at 60 may be beneficial, two studies have concluded. More

07/09/2010 - Long hours need fitness
Men who work long hours need to keep physically fit to prevent their risk of fatal heart disease soaring, researchers warned today. More

06/07/2010 - Gene creates male breast risk
Men who carry a faulty breast cancer gene face a high risk of developing the disease in their old age, British researchers warned today. More

01/07/2010 - Male cancer screening may save lives
Prostate cancer screening has been controversial - but a new study today says it can halve death rates of men from the disease. More

29/06/2010 - Doubts over heart pills
A major study today calls into question the use of the cholesterol-lowering wonder-drugs, statins, to prevent heart disease. More

18/06/2010 - Male "change" rare - Euro study
The male menopause exists but it is very rare and is often linked to poor health and obesity, scientists have claimed. More

18/06/2010 - Twin insight into Mediterranean heart booster
Men facing a genetic risk of heart disease can help themselves by eating a healthy "Mediterranean" diet, researchers have reported. More

16/06/2010 - Doctors urged to link weight and sexual health
Obesity has wide-ranging effects on sexual health, researchers say today. More

09/06/2010 - Height linked to heart risk
Short people face a 50 per cent increased risk of developing heart disease compared with tall people, according to an analysis today. More

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