For older men, even light exercise helps
For older men, even light exercise helps

Just a few minutes of exercise a day -- even light workouts -- can reduce an older man's risk of early death, a new British study claims.

Cycling won't sabotage a man's sex life: study
Cycling won't sabotage a man's sex life: study

Men who are avid cyclists needn't worry that hours spent on the bike will translate into problems in the bedroom or bathroom, new research claims.

Women seem more prone to winter blues
Women seem more prone to winter blues

The increase in depressive symptoms brought on by winter seems to occur more often in women than men, a new study finds.

Feeling sad? Here's how to beat the holiday blues
Feeling sad? Here's how to beat the holiday blues

The holiday blues might be a common phenomenon, but there's plenty you can do to protect your mental health this time of year.

Drinking more wine these days? Your glass may be to blame
Drinking more wine these days? Your glass may be to blame

Wonder why people seem to be drinking more these days? Perhaps it's the size of their wine glass.

Do receding hairlines mean receding heart health in men?
Do receding hairlines mean receding heart health in men?

Preliminary research hints -- but cannot prove -- that men who lose their hair relatively early in life might be at heightened heart risk.

Calm parents help calm kids with ADHD
Calm parents help calm kids with ADHD

As challenging as it can be to raise a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), new research offers biological evidence that calm, positive parenting may help these kids master their own emotions and behaviors

Trump declares opioid epidemic a public health emergency
Trump declares opioid epidemic a public health emergency

In his first major speech Thursday on the opioid epidemic in the United States, President Donald Trump declared the crisis a public health emergency.

A man's health may rely on health of his marriage
A man's health may rely on health of his marriage

As marriage ebbs and flows, so might the health of your heart, at least for men.

Obesity more deadly for men than women
Obesity more deadly for men than women

Obesity is nearly three times more deadly for men than it is for women, new research suggests.

Men with advanced prostate cancer might consider gene test
Men with advanced prostate cancer might consider gene test

Men with prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of their body should be considered for genetic testing, a new study suggests.

Men face greater risk of cardiac arrest
Men face greater risk of cardiac arrest

Men are significantly more likely to have their heart stop suddenly than women are, a new study finds.

Parkinson's rates rising among American men
Parkinson's rates rising among American men

Rates of Parkinson's disease may be on the rise for U.S. men over the past three decades, and the trend could be tied to declines in smoking, a new study suggests.

Cutting back on wine? Try a smaller glass
Cutting back on wine? Try a smaller glass

Like wine just a little too much sometimes? You may sip a little less over an evening if it's served in smaller goblets, a new British study finds.

Young gay, bisexual men may be at higher risk for suicide
Young gay, bisexual men may be at higher risk for suicide

Young gay and bisexual men may be much more likely to attempt suicide or harm themselves than their older counterparts, and blacks are at greater risk than whites, British researchers report.

Regular exercise may boost prostate cancer survival
Regular exercise may boost prostate cancer survival

Sticking to a moderate or intense exercise regimen may improve a man's odds of surviving prostate cancer, a new study suggests.

Caffeine intake -- even dad's -- linked to miscarriage
Caffeine intake -- even dad's -- linked to miscarriage

A couple's risk of miscarriage may rise when the woman or man consumes more than two caffeinated drinks a day in the weeks leading up to conception, a new study suggests.

Steroid may be safe, effective gout treatment
Steroid may be safe, effective gout treatment

A steroid pill may be as good as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) for treating painful gout, new research suggests.

Risk of preemie birth may rise for depressed parents-to-be
Risk of preemie birth may rise for depressed parents-to-be

It's known that an expectant mother's mental and emotional health can affect her baby. New research, however, finds that depression in either the father or the mother may be linked to an increased likelihood of preterm birth.

Alcohol more harmful for people with HIV
Alcohol more harmful for people with HIV

Drinking alcohol may be more dangerous for people infected with HIV, a new study suggests.

Boys victims of dating violence, too
Boys victims of dating violence, too

Contrary to what many people may think, teenage boys commonly suffer dating violence -- including physical and emotional abuse, a new U.S. government study finds.

Excess weight has 'unexpected' effect on puberty onset in boys
Excess weight has 'unexpected' effect on puberty onset in boys

Excess weight can delay or speed up puberty in young boys, depending on how many extra pounds they carry, a new study suggests.

Free nicotine patches by mail may help smokers quit
Free nicotine patches by mail may help smokers quit

Helping smokers quit may be as easy as mailing them free nicotine-replacement patches, even in the absence of counseling or other support, a new Canadian study shows.

Can berries, citrus fruits boost male sexual health?
Can berries, citrus fruits boost male sexual health?

Biochemicals found in berries, citrus fruit and red wine might help men maintain healthy erections, a new nutrition study suggests.

Aspirin may decrease death from prostate cancer
Aspirin may decrease death from prostate cancer

Men who take aspirin regularly may have a lower risk of dying from prostate cancer, a new study suggests.

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