Men's Health

Our latest articles on men's health, covering everything from common medical conditions to lifestyle and fitness advice.

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The Movember movement aims to cut the number of men dying prematurely by 25% by 2030. This page aims to help raise awareness of these issues and encourage men to speak up about their health. You can find out more about these causes by following the links below:

Prostate Cancer | Testicular Cancer | Mental Health & Suicide Prevention

We consider the stigma around men and mental health and the importance of changing perspectives, and also share advice on how and when to seek help.Read more

Three of our leading urological specialists answer common questions on testicular cancer including signs and symptoms, diagnosis and effective treatments.Read more

Recognising the symptoms of prostate cancer is vitally important. Consultant Urological Surgeon Mr Jeetesh Bhardwa shares his advice.Read more

67% of men feel overwhelmed by stress at some point each year, yet over a quarter of men do not seek help for mental health issues.Read more

Are you testicular cancer aware? We advise how to check yourself, the signs and symptoms to look out for and the different types of testicular cancer.Read more

Could you spot the signs of prostate cancer? We consider the symptoms, risk factors and prevalence, as well as the importance of early detection.Read more

A prostatectomy is a form of surgery to treat prostate cancer. Find out more about the procedure including what it entails and who it can benefit. 

We take a look at male pattern baldness including early signs and the underlying causes as well as available treatment options.Read more

We speak to two consultant urologists about the benefits and suitability of the various treatments for prostate enlargement.Read more

Regular cycling offers a variety of benefits to your health, both mental and physical. Discover the 10 most important health benefits of getting on your bike. Read more

We speak to the team at London Broncos about the importance of risk management and preparation to avoid injury on the rugby pitch. Read more

Rugby is fast-paced and high-impact. It’s no wonder players suffer more than their fair share of trauma injuries. We highlight the five most common.Read more

An expert guide to managing rugby injuries and planning your recovery to get you back on the pitch faster, with advice from London Broncos RL.Read more

If you’re looking to ease knee pain and build your muscles, a low-impact exercise like swimming could be the answer you’re looking for. Read more

Discover the lifestyle changes that can help to avoid erectile dysfunction as well as common underlying medical causes that could be to blame. Read more

Find out about the different types of hernias and how to treat them, with advice from our Consultant Colorectal and Laparoscopic Surgeon.Read more

Are you wondering what to expect after a vasectomy reversal procedure? Our Consultant Urological Surgeon discusses what you need to know about recovery.Read more

Returning to sport after injury and major surgery takes time. Find out what to expect in the months following surgery with this 'return to sport' timeline.

 

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Mr Pradip Javle, Consultant Urological Surgeon, talks about some of the common changes in a man’s health that you should keep an eye on: Read more

Despite decades of research, there is still no definitive treatment for baldness.How close are we?... Read more

Find out more about what Kinesiology Tape is, how it can be used and the benefits... Read more

There are lots of things you can do to reduce your risks of developing heart disease, find out more here... Read more

Overweight teenagers are at of risk developing liver disease in later life. What can we do about it?... Read more

68% of men in the UK don’t know that being overweight is a risk factor for prostate cancer... Read more

Find out why you might need circumcision surgery and what happens during the operation... Read more

For around of third of couples struggling to have a baby, a low sperm count or poor sperm quality is a factor... Read more

Prostate cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer. Roughly one in eight British men will... Read more