“For Men Over 90’s, The Risk is Akin to Flying a mission with Bomber Command”!
29th June 2020
Sir David Spiegehalter a statistician and Chairman of the Winston Centre for Risk and Evidence at Cambridge has crunched some Covid data on the number of people who have died from Covid-19 over the 10 week peak spanning March 28th to June 5th. And he found that in his opinion for the majority of ...more
Covid – South Asian Men Only Group At Greater Risk of Virus Fatality
26th June 2020
British men of Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi heritage r some 20 percent more likely to die if they catch coronavirus but black people have no increased risk, the biggest study of ethnic diversity in death rates has found. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh discovered that South Asians had a greater chance of ...more
Why Are Men More Likely To Suffer From Coronavirus?
20th June 2020
Notes from a Front Line Doctor………. We are now well over 2 months into lockdown, working on the NHS frontline has certainly been eye open-ing. It has been terrifying, exhausting and all of the emotions in between. Yet, somehow, amidst the doom and gloom, it has sparked a certain comradery amongst all of us healthcare professionals ...more
COVID-19: BLACK MEN TWICE AS LIKELY TO DIE AS WHITE
29th May 2020
Very sadly black people are twice as likely to die from Covid-19 as white people. Even after factors like social deprivation are taken into account. That’s the simple conclusion of some impressive number-crunching by the ONS. When comparisons are made on the basis of age alone, black men are 4.2 times more likely to die than their ...more
‘it must be the cut or the style…’
20th May 2020
With the current heightened focus on health issues caused by the Coronavirus pandemic and, in particular, the fact that obesity and diabetes are emerging as clear risk factors for severe Covid-19 infection; it’s clearly now time to address the issue that we, as a society, have probably ‘ducked’ for far too long – the need ...more
4th May 2020
Would you like to take part in men’s health research? Researchers at the University of Westminster are looking at what influences men’s dietary choice. You can participate in this research by completing a short anonymous 10 minute survey https://westminsterpsych.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0MwsT2ef9YDxGU5more
Exercise Is A Powerful Anti-Cancer Drug No 2. Exercise Oxygenates The Body And Weakens Cancer Tumours.
30th April 2020
Cancer thrives in lowered oxygen conditions, so make sure your levels are good. In addition, a 90-study meta-analysis has shown that oxygen pre-sensitises cancer cells so chemotherapy and radiotherapy are more effective – more cancer cells are killed if you can exercise before and during orthodox treatment; side effects are reduced. For example, ...more
Exercise is a Powerful Anti-Cancer Drug – No 1 Exercise Produces Anti-Cancer Hormones.
16th April 2020
Exercise Produces Anti-Cancer Hormones in your body called endorphins, so called happy hormones. They have a drug-like effect, even at very low levels: they can actually unblock silenced genes, thus reversing the loss of crucial health messages. In addition, they can greatly reduce stress hormone cortisol levels. Cortisol has been shown to ...more
No 1 Scientifically proven benefit to help people with cancer – Exercise Produces Anti-Cancer Hormones!
6th April 2020
Exercise is proven to help you fight cancer. In your body it produces endorphins, so called happy hormones! They have a drug like effect, even at very low levels. Endorphins can actually unblock silenced genes, thus reversing the loss of crucial health messages. And they can greatly reduce stress hormone, cortisol, levels. Cortisol has ...more
Exercise is a Powerful Anti-Cancer Drug!
28th March 2020
The research is very clear! Exercise increases both survival times and your odds of beating cancer. Taking 45-60 minutes light to moderate exercise at least 3 days a week is a crucial part of the Cancer Active “survival programme guidelines on diet and physical activity” to increase your personal odds of beating cancer. This ...more