British men who pay for sex also have many unpaid sexual partners, according to a study. Men who paid for sex within past five years are often young, single professionals, with a taste of binge drinking and recreational drugs, the study added.
Being insecure about sex is a common tendency, especially among men. If you are one of those men who is concerned about the performance in bed, we've got some tips for you.
Young female patients with heart disease are more affected by emotional stress than male patients of the same age, a new study reported.
According to the U.S. Health and Human Services' Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability, gay men should be allowed to donate blood if they have abstained from sex for at least a year.
According to a Canadian task force, men should not get PSA screening because the test can do more harm than good.
A high alcohol intake has been associated with heightened risk of human papillomavirus infection among men, according to a new study.
A new study found that drinking alcohol can reinforce social bonding by making smiling contagious for men.
The newest Viagra TV commercial, airing on Tuesday, will target women.
Feminine-looking men are more attractive than previously believed.
Men who make healthy lifestyle choices can reduce their risk of heart attack significantly, a new study reported.
Ladies, there are uncountable number of obvious things that make you irresistible for men, but there is also a bunch of weird things that men like about you. Here are some of them.
According to a new study, men who were more fit were less likely to experience spikes in their blood pressure that are caused by aging.
Men rarely get a compliment. On the other side, women are accustomed to receiving compliments - from a random guy at the pub to the street whistler!
Handsome men are less fertile, a new study suggests.
There are several qualities that make a man irresistible. However, women being a fairer sex have created certain stereotype in men that they absolutely hate.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.