Males more likely to suffer psychologically when dissatisfied with ...

Society might lead us to believe body image concerns should be reserved for females but research published today from The University of Sydney has suggested that men are more likely to suffer psychologically when dissatisfied with their image.

Jul 9

Categories: Men's Issues, Other

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'Tough guys' less likely to be honest with doctor

"Why do men die earlier than women?" wondered Diana Sanchez, associate professor of psychology, from Rutgers University in New Jersey. "Men can expect to die 5 years earlier than women, and physiological differences don't explain that difference."

Mar 30

Categories: Men's Issues

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Bromances may be good for men's health

Male friendships could have healthful effects similar to those seen in romantic relationships, especially when dealing with stress.

Mar 7

Categories: Health / Illness / Medical Issues, Men's Issues

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How Men View Their Own Depression

Men who are depressed themselves often view their own problems very negatively, new research finds.

Mar 1

Categories: Depression, Men's Issues

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Men eat more pizza when trying to impress women

Of all of the ways men try to impress the ladies, from big wallets to big muscles, here is one that has finally been quantified by science.

Nov 24

Categories: Men's Issues, Relationships & Marriage

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How Do Men Experience Eating Disorders?

Eating disorders in males may not always resemble the typical pattern of efforts to slim down as observed in women’s disordered eating behavior. Cultural pressures and gender norms may give rise to different symptoms.

Sep 17

Categories: Eating Disorders, Men's Issues

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Women are better than men at remembering to remember

Past research suggested women tend to be more prone to forgetting future tasks than men. Women also admitted that they tend to have more memory failures however this does not mean that they actually forget more often.

May 23

Categories: Men's Issues, Women's Issues

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One in 10 fathers suffer from post-natal depression, study finds

One in 10 new fathers suffers from post-natal depression and more research is needed to find out how many develop other mental health disorders after their children are born.

Feb 12

Categories: Men's Issues, Parenting

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Mental health in men: An issue we must address

NFP organisation beyondblue has announced today it will offer free or heavily-subsidised training to male-dominated workplaces across Australia to improve the mental health of workers, reduce male suicide rates, and increase business’ ...

Sep 14

Categories: Men's Issues

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