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11:45 . 13/10/22 . Blog
The poo test doesn't sound enticing but guest blogger Simon Clarke reckons it saved his life.
In a second article on stress ahead of Men's Health Week, Jim Pollard remembers some advice and writes a letter.
12:30 . 11/05/16 . News
A powerful men's health story that all men should read.
Rugby player Phil Jackson thought he’d got injured in the scrum. It turned out to be bowel cancer.
The NHS provides screening for two major killers of older men: bowel cancer and AAAs. (You're also entitled to free eye tests at 60.)
Easy things to watch out for that might be the sign of something more serious.
You can beat this cancer by not being embarrassed to talk about it.
Haringey man Steve Browne had bowel cancer in his 40s. Now he’s urging other men to get an early diagnosis.
Some health problems are hard to digest: gallstones, peptic ulcers, constipation, heartburn and flatulence.