Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Two servings daily linked to higher odds for the disabling condition, study says
WASHINGTON - A large segment of white middle-aged Americans has suffered a startling rise in its death rate since 1999, reversing decades of progress, according to a new review of statistics published Monday.
Study also finds that personal confidence grows with age
Analysis of 19 studies suggests surgery has an edge in survival, but experts say each case may be different
But experts caution that study doesn't prove cause-and-effect relationship between the two
Experts say more must be done to curb unsafe sex and get virus-supressing meds to these men
Doctors should look for underlying health problems, experts suggest
Vigorous exercise, nutritious diet lower odds for deadly forms of the disease, research suggests
Small study shows those undergoing radiation therapy had fewer side effects, less fatigue
This Movember, the month formally known as November, men are again growing moustaches for thirty days to inspire conversations about and raise money for men’s health issues. But this year, the Mo Bros and their Mo Sistas (the women who support them) will also be kicking up a sweat with the new MOVE initiative.
Hesitant about going to the doctor for a checkup? Don’t be.
Researchers examine falloff after change in prostate cancer screening recommendations
Quality of life remains the same even after one partner dies, researchers report
Survey of Instagram users suggests sharing these photos online may make romantic partners jealous
Kids at higher risk at home than while in the care of such organizations, study finds
Study suggests young men who had most trouble coping were at greater risk of hypertension in middle age
Study suggests young men who had most trouble coping were at greater risk of hypertension in middle age
Spouses should be consulted before obesity surgery, researchers suggest
Survey of 'at risk' teens finds males as likely as females to suffer abuse
Reducing firearms might cut killings by family members, researchers suggest
In every country in the world, male suicides outnumber female. Will Storr asks why.