Men's Health


As Caregivers, Women May Suffer More Than Men
Women may face greater challenges than men when looking after a loved one with a serious illness, a new study suggests.
Less Heart Care, More Strokes for Women?
Women in the United States with the common heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation are more likely than men with the condition to suffer a stroke, a new study shows.
Nurturing Childhood May Pay Off Decades Later
Older men raised in caring families might have more secure marriages in late life, researchers say.
Beware Heart Attack Risk From Shoveling Snow
Shoveling is the probable reason why men are more likely to suffer a heart attack after a heavy snowfall, researchers report.
After Wives Suffer Stroke, Husbands Adapt to Caregiving Role
Being thrust into the role of caring for a spouse or partner who's had a stroke can be terribly unsettling. But in a small study, men reported more successes than problems in their first year of caregiving.
Don't Sweat It: Gender Doesn't Dictate Perspiration Rate
Differences in how much men and women sweat have little to do with gender, according to a new study.
Health Tip: Recognizing Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer among men. And black men are more likely to get the disease, and twice as likely to die from it, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.
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.
Backbreaking Work May Shorten Men's Lives
As if their work wasn't already tough enough, new research suggests that men in physically taxing jobs may be at risk of an early death.
Health Tip: How Young Men Can Live Healthier Lives
Eating right may not be at the top of every young man's to-do list. But the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says by starting healthy eating habits in their 20s, young men can set themselves up for healthier adult lives.