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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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11/03/2016 - Biological characteristics of male breast cancer revealed
The differences between male and female breast cancers have been discovered - and this could change the way that doctors treat men with the disease, a conference heard. More

01/03/2016 - Cancer risk among type 1 diabetes patients revealed
Diabetes affects the risk of developing cancer - increasing it for some forms and reducing it for others, according to the findings of a new European study. More

12/02/2016 - Tool can 'smell' prostate cancer
A tool that “smells” prostate cancer could herald the end of invasive diagnostic procedures, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/01/2016 - Alcohol guidelines cut limits for men, pregnant women
Tough new guidelines on alcohol consumption are launched across the UK today. More

15/12/2015 - Surgery best for localised prostate cancer?
Patients with localised prostate cancer have better survival rates after surgery than after radiotherapy, according to an analysis published today. More

10/11/2015 - Mouth cancer incidence increases
Lifestyle changes may be contributing to growing rates of mouth cancer in the UK, experts warned today. More

28/10/2015 - Extra genes linked to testicular cancer
A gene test could help identify men at high risk of testicular cancer, British researchers say today. More

15/10/2015 - Ebola virus lingers in male survivors
The Ebola virus may linger in the bodies of survivors for at least nine months, researchers reported last night - as the condition of a British nurse deteriorated following the return of infection. More

09/09/2015 - Body fat may prevent arthritis
Extra body fat may help men avoid rheumatoid arthritis, according to a Swedish study. More

26/08/2015 - Male violence linked to masculinity problems
Men who are prone to violence may benefit from stress management to tackle their problems with masculinity, researchers said yesterday. More

04/08/2015 - Perils of young fatherhood?
Family life is generally thought to be good for men - but starting too early may be less so, researchers say today. More

30/07/2015 - Prostate cancer "five diseases"
Prostate cancer is five different diseases, according to ground-breaking findings of British research published today. More

23/07/2015 - Cancer gene may help men
Prostate cancer may be held back by a gene which causes the growth of other kinds of cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

02/07/2015 - Statins may make people angry - through sleep deprivation
Cholesterol lowering statins may make women more aggressive - but men less so, researchers reported yesterday. More

22/06/2015 - Plea for cancer survivors
Successful treatment of early cancer does not guarantee patients a long and healthy life, campaigners warned yesterday. More

02/06/2015 - Breast-feeding may prevent leukaemia
Children that are breast-fed enjoy a reduced risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported tonight. More

21/05/2015 - Paracetamol in pregnancy ‘risks boys’
A woman who is pregnant with a boy may threaten her son's reproductive health by taking paracetamol repeatedly, according to findings published today. More

12/05/2015 - Hormone that puts men at risk of female cancer
Breast cancer affects hundreds of men every year - and levels of the female hormone oestrogen may be a major cause of it, researchers report today. More

30/04/2015 - Polygamy increases risk of heart disease
Men who have more than one wife have a four-fold increased risk of heart disease, according to a study in Saudi Arabia. More

20/03/2015 - Male cancer problem growing
More than 30,000 men in the UK are living with advanced, incurable prostate cancer, new research reveals today. More

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