Mini Manual Sources: Health Clicks

Sources used in the Health Clicks publication

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A list of sources for the Health Clicks mini-manual follows:

Effect of laptops on sperm (page 2): Several sources including ‘Protection from scrotal hyperthermia in laptop computer users’ - Yefim Sheynkin, Robert Welliver, Andrew Winer, Farshid Hajimirzaee, et al. (Fertility and Sterility; 8 November 2010)

Internet user at 103 (page 4): Daily Mail – Meet The iGran (20/12/10) - viewed 7/03/11

Effect of smoking on erections (page 11):

  • Millett C, Wen LM, Rissel C, et al. Smoking and erectile dysfunction: findings from a representative sample of Australian men. Tobacco Control 2006; 15: 136–139. doi: 10.1136/tc.2005.015545Gades NM, Nehra A, Jacobson DJ et al. Association between smoking and erectile dysfunction: a population-based study. Am J Epidemiol. 2005; 161: 346-351.
  • Selvin E, Burnett AL, Platz EA. Prevalence and risk factors for erectile dysfunction in the US. The American Journal of Medicine 2007; 120: 151-157.
  • Tengs TO & Osgood ND. The link between smoking and impotence: two decades of evidence. Preventive Medicine 2001; 32(6): 447-452
  • Erectile dysfunction: a clinical guide By Roger S. Kirby, Culley C. Carson, Irwin Goldstein (Isis 1999)

Internet drugs factory (page 14): Inside the internet drugs factory – (Page created on February 7th, 2008)

Counterfeit drugs (page 14-15): Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency website > Counterfeit medicines and devices -
(viewed 13 January 2011)

Penis size (page 17): (viewed 1 March 2011)

Prostate cancer statistics (page 18): The Prostate Cancer Charity website > Living With Prostate Cancer (viewed 13 January 2011)

Depression (page 21):

  • Office for National Statistics (ONS, previously Office for Population and Census) 2000, Psychiatric morbidity among adults living in private households in Great Britain.
  • WHO website > Mental Health > Depression (viewed 13 Janury 2011)
  • ONS - Suicide rates in the United Kingdom, 1991–2008 (Oct 2010)

Skin cancer statistics (page 23): - viewed 3/3/11

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