Damaged man or alpha male? A book explores the perception of women when it comes to the man they want.
How different are men and women from each other when it comes to susceptibility to health problems?
A 44-year-old married man went to doctor after experiencing stomachaches and blood in urine and found out that he was actually a menstruating woman.
A Danish man has regained the ability to touch with the help of a bionic hand.
Erick Munoz, a paramedic, wants to end life support for his pregnant wife Marlise Munoz who collapsed from a pulmonary embolism on Nov. 26.
Researchers found as obesity increases, men's bones and muscle mass decrease.
Every other deodorant is ineffective when it comes to masking this case of bad odour. A Chinese man, 40, has suffered from extreme body odour for around four years. The reason was the infection which occurred in his armpit hair.
A 39-year-old Arkansas man paralyzed from the waist down woke up Monday morning to find his dog eating one of his testicles.
A 66-year-old Hong Kong man who went to the doctor's office to see about a stomach ache got the shock of his life when he was told he was actually a woman.
A 42-year-old UK man was left screaming in agony when a cheap shower gel he was using burned off a layer of skin on his penis and testicles.
A 31-year-old Danish man was found not guilty for fondling two 17-year-old girls due to his sleeping disorder, sexsomnia.
Bald men are at greater risk of having heart problems than those who retain a full head of hair, according to researchers in Japan, but only those with hair loss on top of their heads, and not at the front, are affected.
British researchers found that men eat less fruit and vegetables than their children. The survey found that while pre-school children eat an average of 12 different types of fruit and vegetables each week, the average man only eats half of that.
Next time you ask someone to turn down the music, you might actually just end up losing an ear. A Connecticut man reportedly bit off and swallowed his cousin's ear lobe during a brawl over loud music.
A new kind of genetic test will help physicians diagnose prostate cancer without the need of prostate biopsies, according to research from Japan. Researchers say that the genetic test could be given along with the test for prostate specific antigen (PSA).