Men's Health

Do you know your alcohol limits?

During this year’s Alcohol Awareness Week (November 13 - 19, 2017), Alcohol Concern reminds us that alcohol is linked to more than 60 medical conditions, including liver disease, heart disease, some cancers and depression.

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Fitness Self-Assessment Test

Find out how fit you are and get some useful advice on the next best steps.

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Men's Health

Movember: raising awareness of male health

Every November, men up and down the country – and indeed across the world – grow moustaches to raise awareness of the men’s health campaign Movember.

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Men's Health

Should you be screened for abdominal aortic aneurysm?

If you’re a man aged 64 or approaching your 65th birthday, you should soon be invited for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening. But what is AAA, and should you be concerned about it?

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Men's Health

What’s your waist size?

Belly fat is the type of fat that’s bad for your health as well as the type that men are more likely to have than women, says the Men’s Health Forum.

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Alcohol Tracker

Find out how your alcohol intake affects your health

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Men's Health

Are you too embarrassed to speak about bowel cancer?

Figures released during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2017 (April) suggest four out of 10 people in the UK would be too embarrassed to tell someone if they had one of the warning signs of the disease.

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Men's Health

Men’s habits: here’s one that could save your life

Men are more likely to tidy the house, wash the bed sheets and do the ironing each month than they are to check themselves for testicular cancer, claims male cancer charity Orchid.

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Men's Health

Many men misinformed about prostate cancer

The latest figures from Cancer Research UK show there are more than 46,000 new cases of prostate cancer each year in this country, with the disease causing more than 11,250 deaths annually.

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Men's Health

Let your facial hair flourish in Decembeard

December is the month when husbands, fathers, sons, boyfriends, brothers, grandfathers, nephews and uncles up and down the country grow their beards to raise awareness of bowel cancer and how it affects the health of men in this country.

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Health Heroes Video Wall

Watch our videos about health heroes who are making a difference to the lives of others.

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