The Importance of Building Strength and Balance in Your 50s and 60s
17th June 2021
We all know that exercise is an important part of staying healthy, but many people assume that as we get older, we should slow down. Nothing could be further from the truth – and in fact, investing in your physical fitness in your 50s, 60s and beyond is often the most valuable gift you can ...more
Volunteer Your Way to Better Health
3rd June 2021
Giving up your time to help others has a range of unexpected benefits.more
Mind Blowing Facts About Your Body. No 2
26th May 2021
Blood vessels transport blood throughout the body. Did you know that if you lined up all the blood vessels in an average child, that line would be over 96,000 kilometres (60,000 miles) long? That’s more than twice the Earth’s circumference.more
What you should know about bowel/colon cancer.
17th May 2021
In males in the UK, bowel cancer is the 3rd most common cause of cancer death with around 9,100 deaths in 2018.more
Men’s Health Week 14th to 20th June
8th May 2021
We are now just five weeks away from Men’s Health Week, which runs from 14th to 20th June.more
Loose Women Will Rebrand As Loose Men For A Day.
7th May 2021
Loose Women will rebrand as Loose Men for a day and feature an all-male panel to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week. The special episode of the ITV show will be hosted by Richard Madeley and will feature dancer Jordan Banjo, TV judge Robert Rinder and singer and actor Martin Kemp on the panel. The episode, which ...more
Mind Blowing Facts About Your Body
29th April 2021
Few things are as complex and interesting to us as our own bodies. Hundreds of thousands of years of evolution have served to make us one of the true marvels of nature. And yet most of us spend so little time thinking about it. It takes intricate cooperation between thousands of working parts just to ...more
‘Hidden Diabetes’ the symptoms you might miss!
27th April 2021
One in 10 people over the age of 40 is now living with a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes in the UK.more
Learning more about vasectomy as a method of family planning
3rd March 2021
De Montfort University are undertaking a study about vasectomy where your contribution will go a long way in helping people have a better understanding of this method of family planning You have been invited to take part in a research study that would investigate the perceptions of vasectomy as a method of family planning in the ...more
Male breast cancer study – participants needed!
2nd March 2021
PhD researcher Beth Herring is conducting new research to better understand the experiences of wives, partners, family members and friends who currently support and care for men with breast cancer or have provided support and care in the past. She is inviting them to take part in a telephone or online interview. If you are interested, ...more