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The Healthy Male Summer edition available now!

The Healthy Male, Summer issue Issue 61 of The Healthy Male newsletter is out now. Read about our year in review plus a host of other features in the Summer edition. Download The Healthy Male

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The Healthy Male Spring edition available now!

The Healthy Male, Spring issue Issue 60 of The Healthy Male newsletter is out now. Read about how we celebrated Men’s Health Week in June this year plus a host of other features in the Spring edition. Thanks to all … Continue reading

Posted in Andrology Australia, Newsletter |

Is this the end for Andrology Australia? Read about it in the latest issue of our newsletter

The Healthy Male, Winter issue After 16 years (and 59 editions of The Healthy Male) as the only national body providing evidenced-based information, best practice support and education, and policy advice in the area of male reproductive health and associated … Continue reading

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A New Year’s resolution for fertility and child health

In the Summer issue of 'The Healthy Male' newsletter, we focus on foreskin health and hygiene.

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Working towards better cancer data collection

In 'The Healthy Male' Spring 2015 issue: Cancer Australia, in partnership with Andrology Australia, has been developing national data set specifications for prostate cancer and testicular cancer.

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Testing the testosterone myths

In 'The Healthy Male', Summer 2014: Testosterone gets a lot of attention in the media and in the community these days, and not all of it is good. But how many of us really understand what testosterone is, what it does, and why it’s important?

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Focus on lower urinary tract symptoms

The Healthy Male, Spring 2014: Men may take it as given that ‘trouble with the waterworks’ is just something that we have to accept as part of getting older. But is this necessarily true?

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The prostate and urinary symptoms

Most men don’t give much thought to their prostate, until about their 50s when they may start to have trouble with their waterworks but urinary symptoms are much more likely to be due to benign enlargement of the prostate rather than cancer.

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Obesity and male reproductive health

You may have heard that overweight is becoming the new ‘normal’ weight. It’s true: three quarters of Australian men over 25 are overweight or obese.

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Erectile dysfunction is a warning and an opportunity

In this issue of The Healthy Male, we look at the broader health implications of erectile dysfunction.

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