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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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08/10/2009 - Pubs kick smoking plan into touch
The British government gained backing from footballers but not pub landlords today for its drive to get the nation to quit smoking. More

28/09/2009 - Obesity blamed for cancers
Excess body weight may be the cause of a large number of cancer cases every year in Europe, new research suggests. More

25/09/2009 - New doubts on prostate screening
New research has come out against population-wide screening for prostate cancer using the prostate specific antigen test. More

18/09/2009 - Health in middle age affects life expectancy
Poor health and habits such as smoking in middle age too often lead to early death for men, researchers warn today. More

10/09/2009 - Britain lagging on heart disease - Euro-survey
Britain has some of the highest death rates in Europe for heart disease amongst young adults, according to stark new figures reported today. More

19/08/2009 - Active chemicals in cannabis may halt prostate cancer
Cannabis may hold the key to a future treatment for prostate cancer, researchers believe. More

07/08/2009 - Angina risks increased for men
The chronic chest pain of angina is more likely to be associated with heart attack and death for men than for women, researchers report today. More

29/07/2009 - Super-fit cut cancer risk
Men who keep themselves super-fit can halve their risk of developing cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

28/07/2009 - Men patient about prostate advice
Men diagnosed with prostate cancer are often told it is best to wait and see how it develops - and new findings suggest that most patients happily live with this. More

03/07/2009 - Women need sleep
Women may need sleep to maintain their health, according to new findings. More

17/06/2009 - Pesticide linked to serious blood disorder
People who are exposed to certain pesticides may be at a raised risk of an abnormal blood condition called MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance). More

16/06/2009 - Beer belly fear may boost male health
Men are increasingly obsessed with their appearance - and this may help them improve their health, according to a new survey. More

21/05/2009 - Fish and sunshine boost brain
Fish and sunshine may hold the key to a healthy brain late in life - for men at least, British researchers report today. More

06/05/2009 - 'Contraceptive jab' for men investigated
An injected male contraceptive may be on the way - with the ability to block fertility by increasing testosterone levels. More

23/04/2009 - Fish helps male heart
Eating oily fish may help protect men against heart failure, according to new findings. More

19/03/2009 - Prostate screening doubts unresolved
Screening men for cancer may save lives - but programmes may not be beneficial experts warned last night. More

17/03/2009 - Passive drinking a killer - top doctor
Cheap alcohol and "passive drinking" is killing Britain, the country's chief medical officer claimed yesterday. More

10/03/2009 - Mental turmoil linked to heart disease
Anger, hostility and depression all aggravate the risk of major heart problems, according to two new studies published last night. More

06/03/2009 - Middle-aged fitness worth the effort
Middle-aged men who step up their exercise rates can reap dividends in later life, researchers reported today. More

05/03/2009 - Ex-carpenters have highest risk of asbestos-linked cancer
Baby-boomers who became carpenters are facing an epidemic of cancer caused by asbestos, researchers have warned. More

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