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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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30/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to be beating cancer gene risk
People at genetic risk of developing colorectal cancer can protect themselves by adopting a healthy lifestyle, according to a new analysis. More

14/09/2016 - Steroid abuse risks diabetes precursor
Abuse of anabolic steroids can raise the risk of impaired insulin sensitivity, a European conference has been told. More

27/07/2016 - Lung test closely linked to mortality
Poor fitness is a key factor in loss of life among middle-aged men, according to Swedish researchers. More

07/07/2016 - Genetic testing offers hope for prostate cancer patients
Genetic testing could help men with advanced prostate cancer to receive precision treatments for the disease, researchers reported last night. More

17/06/2016 - RCM: Dads should be involved in pregnancy
The majority of new fathers enjoy a closer or stronger relationship with their partner after having a baby, research by leading charity NCT reveals today. More

14/06/2016 - Lasers backed for enlarged prostate
New guidance today backs the use of laser treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia. More

24/05/2016 - Loss of Y chromosome linked to Alzheimer’s
Men who are missing the Y chromosome in their blood cells are at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, a new Swedish study has revealed. More

08/04/2016 - Early puberty genes link to prostate cancer risk
Early puberty genes could be linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer in later life, British researchers reported yesterday. More

31/03/2016 - Call for GPs to treat gender dysphoria
Some GPs are refusing to treat patients with gender dysphoria, according to a leading psychiatrist today. More

22/03/2016 - Prostate drug u-turn
A prostate cancer drug is to be available for thousands of men with the disease after a surprise u-turn by regulators yesterday. More

14/03/2016 - Benefits of not treating low-risk prostate cancer revealed
Men with low risk prostate cancer may enjoy a good quality of life if they are not treated, according to the findings of a new European study. More

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

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