A new study found that shorter men tend to live longer than taller men,
A new study found that the loss of the Y chromosome in blood cells could explain why men have shorter life expectancies than women.
A new study found that young fathers have an increased risk of developing depressive symptoms.
Alcohol affects men and women differently. New research reveals that the increased risk of death associated with alcohol consumption is not the same for both sexes.
According to a new UK study, men with eating disorders are often overlooked and misdiagnosed.
Millennial men are keepers. New research reveals that men of the millennium are more likely than their older generations to make sacrifices for their wife's career goals.
A new study found that under stressful situations, men become more self-centered whereas women become empathetic.
Self-employed men tend to have higher levels of testosterone, a new study reported.
Long-term daily use of multivitamins could reduce the risk of cataracts in men, according to a new study.
A study reported that alcohol consumption was not directly linked to cognitive impairment for older men.
Men need more time to end romantic relationships, according to a new survey. It takes the average woman six days to decide to break up with her partner. However, the average man needs at least a month to dump their significant others.
In a recent survey by a match-making site MillionaireMatch.com, around 77 percent of democrat female millionaires and 82 percent of female millionaires overall chose to prefer conservative man for dating.
The "love hormone" doesn't always produce loving behavior. New research reveals that oxytocin, also known as the "cuddle hormone" affects men and women differently.
A new study reported that firstborn males might have a greater risk of obesity due to poor insulin sensitivity.
Researchers found that men who were older and minorities were more likely to not get treated for depression.
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.