TMH_JAMen have a lower life expectancy than women, but are more reluctant to seek health care. Trends in Urology & Men’s Health focuses on supporting healthcare professionals to resolve this conundrum – to help men help themselves – by providing high-quality material from leading specialists on all aspects of men’s health, including cardiovascular, urological, diabetes, sexual and mental health problems. Sign up for e-alerts and print copies.

Latest Issue

Latest News

Men more at risk of cannabis psychosis than women

Men are four times more likely to be admitted to hospital with cannabis-related psychosis than women according to a recent study (Adv Dual Diag 2015;8(3)). This gender...Read more

Men gain access to ‘women only’ constipation drug

Men with chronic constipation that has failed to respond to laxatives can now try prucalopride (Resolor). Prucalopride has been available for women since...Read more

Big rise in STIs among gay men

Sexually transmitted diseases are on the increase among gay men, according to the latest government figures.Public Health England reports a 46% increase in the...Read more

Latest Blogs

Dignity in dying

Members of Parliament are now preparing to debate the Assisted Dying Bill championed by Rob Marris in early September. It is based on Charles Falconer’s bill...Read more

Ethnic inequalities in prostate cancer outcomes

It is relatively well established that the incidence of prostate cancer among black men is higher when compared with white men, and this is not explained by...Read more

Avoiding the ‘seven deadly sins of surgery’

No surgeon goes to work intending to harm his or her patients. Unfortunately, clinical errors with resultant harm to a patient will occasionally happen....Read more

Latest Videos

Avoiding medical errors in general practice

Jonny Coxon (GP, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Brighton) discusses the main types of error in general practice and how these might be avoided.This video accompanies...Read more

Treatment of metastatic prostate cancer

Simon Chowdhury (Consultant Medical Oncologist, Guy's Hospital, London) discusses new drug developments in metastatic prostate cancer and considers the challenges facing...Read more

New to view

Article of the week
Urethral stricture disease in men
Most urethral strictures are either idiopathic or iatrogenic secondary to urethral instrumentation or failed surgery for hypospadias. In this article, Stella Ivaz, Simon Bugeja and Daniela Andrich provide a concise general overview of urethral stricture and its management…Read more

Meeting report
The Cambridge Medical Graduates Society (CMGS) was honoured to have Mr Henry Marsh FRCS as the guest speaker at the annual dinner at Magdalene College on 4 July 2015Read more