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Monthly Archives: May 2017

The influence of early life on children’s lifetime health: a research study

Are you interested in how early life events may influence the lifelong health of children? Researchers at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute are conducting a study exploring people’s views of the interaction between genes and environment, and about testing that … Continue reading

Posted in Knowledge exchange, Research and Evaluation |

Men’s Health Week 12-18 June 2017

Men’s Health Week 2017 is fast approaching! Order online or download and print resources for your Men’s Health Week event on our Men’s Health Week page. This year we have two themes: “If men can talk about match fitness” (of … Continue reading

Posted in Andrology Australia, Health promotion, International Men's Health Week, Men's health events |

Testosterone treatment in older men may increase the risk of cardiovascular events

The evidence about the risk of cardiovascular events linked to testosterone treatment in older men with low testosterone has been conflicting at the same time as testosterone prescribing in Australia and around the world has increased dramatically. Although there have … Continue reading

Posted in Middle-aged and older males, Testosterone |

Don’t forget to catch up on our “Year in review 2016”

Andrology Australia’s 2016 annual report is available as a PDF download or you can contact us for a print copy. Year in Review 2016 gives an overview of the program’s activities and achievements in 2016. There is also a range … Continue reading

Posted in Andrology Australia |

Have you seen our “Year in review 2016” magazine?

Andrology Australia’s magazine and annual report gives an overview of the program’s activities and achievements in 2016. There is also a range of informative articles to give the reader some insight into how Andrology Australia operates its national program for … Continue reading

Posted in Andrology Australia |
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