Adolescent and Young Adult Males
As a group young men are reluctant to seek help for health issues, especially those of a mental or emotional nature. There have been calls for improved services to support young men’s mental health and well-being. The attitudes, beliefs and … Continue reading
This year Andrology Australia is working with organisations and experts in the men’s health space, as well as government and other stakeholders, to develop a coordinated approach to encouraging all men aged 18–21 to undertake an early health check.
Andrology Australia will host a stakeholder Forum on 3-4 March 2016 in Canberra, to explore contemporary issues affecting the health of young men and their wellbeing.
An important message for men who want to be fathers, from Andrology Australia's Director, Professor Rob McLachlan.
There are good reasons why you need to talk to your relatives about their health history—and your own!
Although there are only about 700 new diagnoses of testicular cancer in Australia each year, it is the second most common cancer in young men. As testicular cancer has a very good cure rate (over 95%), there are increasing numbers of survivors … Continue reading
A number of treatments for cancer can affect the future fertility of young boys and adolescent males. Several options are available for fertility preservation. As there are many competing priorities at the time of a cancer diagnosis, the discussion of … Continue reading
A recent research paper assessed young Indigenous Australian men's lifestyle and societal systems that shape their healthy eating and physical activity.
Research has revealed an association between pesticide exposures and decreased semen quality. What is the effect of consuming pesticides in fruit and vegetables?
Why do health differences based on social identities arise and endure? And how does this impact on the ways that men cope with cancer-related fertility issues?