Men 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.

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Nasal spray for depression and suicide

A nasal spray to help manage major depression and potentially reduce suicide risk could be available soon. Janssen Pharmaceuticals has made a marketing application for esketamine...Read more

The myth of diet and gout

People who have a diet rich in urate-raising drink and foodstuffs are unlikely to be at higher risk of gout, despite the old wives tales. A large study published in the BMJ...Read more

Celebrities boost cancer diagnoses

Latest figures show a significant increase in the number of patients being treated for urological cancer and this is down to celebrities raising awareness of their own illness,...Read more

Latest Blogs

Mesh hernia repair: more complications than with open surgery?

One in 10 people will develop a hernia. The most common treatment involves a mesh repair. Victoria Derbyshire reported recently on the BBC that there have been between 90,000 and...Read more

Striking in the NHS: are there lasting consequences?

As a medical student during the junior doctor strikes I was submerged in an attitude of anger, frustration and disappointment for much of my training. I worry that such an...Read more

Managing trans people within a health service

It is unlikely that any healthcare professional working today has not consulted with a trans person. Referral rates to gender identity clinics have been doubling every five...Read more

Latest Videos

Erectile dysfunction after radical treatment for prostate cancer

A survey commissioned by Prostate Cancer UK highlighted that, when asked, many men feel they get limited advice or support on sexual dysfunction as a consequence of radical treatment for prostate...Read more

My prostate cancer diagnosis

In this short video, Stephen Fry candidly discusses how an elevated PSA level during his annual health check set off a chain of further medical tests that resulted in his eventual diagnosis with...Read more

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Volume 9, Issue 5 September/October 2018

The September/October 2018 issue of Trends in Urology and Men’s Health is now available online. Key topics include: hormone management of trans men, retzius-sparing prostatectomy, managing testicular torsion, learning from deaths in the NHS, HPV for boys: how the case was won, holding on to junior doctors in the NHS and supporting urology in the Zambia.
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