2016 has seen a plethora of valid researches and studies performed on men’s health. To wrap it up for you, here is a list of the trending men’s health news creating the entire buzz this year.
Top Men’s Health News – 2016:
Macho men tend to avoid health care – according to HealthDay News and a number of studies, manly men are less likely to visit a doctor compared to their women counterparts. The study further explains that even when they do make an appointment; macho men will likely request male physicians. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering such “tough men” (kosttillskott tesosteron) have a tendency of downplaying their symptoms in front of other male and female counterparts.
Men’s role in baby health larger than presumed – it’s long been an open fact that a mother’s lifestyle can greatly affect a baby’s health through poor lifestyle habits such as smoking and drinking. However, the dad’s role in baby health has often been overlooked according to a number of studies. New research now pinpoints that a man’s lifestyle habits and age can actually have a significant impact on his child’s health; way before birth. Well, now you know.
Cancer screening tests men should get; besides annual check-ups – most men usually rely on annual checkups to get comprehensive results on their overall health. However, this can prove to be somewhat risky going by recent studies. Research has shown that men should get screening tests for the most common cancers known to affect them – lung, colorectal, skin and prostate. As its long been known these illnesses are easier to combat when detected early. Make an appointment with your doctor if you haven’t already, to get one of these screening tests or even a combo.
The above is an overview of news making headlines in regards to men’s health 2016.