Mens health
erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is projected to affect more than 350 million men worldwide by 2025.

The prevalence increases with age, starting at 10% for men younger than 40 years to at least 50% for men

Dr Michael Lowy7th February 2019

The withdrawal from the market of a transdermal testosterone product will force about 2500 men to switch to alternatives within the next few weeks, an endocrinologist says.

A roll-on formulation of

Concerns that men whose prostate cancer is treated conservatively may be left anxious and depressed have been mostly allayed by a 10-year follow-up study.

Australian researchers found men assigned to

Bisexual men are more vulnerable to STIs than their heterosexual or gay counterparts but they are not having their health needs met, a new study finds.

While only about 2% of sexually active males

People with HIV who have an undetectable viral load as a result of antiretroviral treatment (ART) have a practically “zero” chance of transmitting the virus sexually.

Statistical analysis shows that

Men who hit the bottle on a regular basis can rest assured that their alcohol consumption is unlikely to cause memory loss, according to research which indicates alcohol may have a protective effect

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14th February 2019

Australian adults may be getting fatter, especially around the waist but at least they are stacking on the weight more slowly than they were 10 years ago.

However, the picture is even less pretty

Men who drink more than three standard drinks per day risk speeding up their memory loss by up to six years, according to a US study.

However, for more moderate drinkers, the news is brighter, with