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Male health concerns for men from different ethnic backgrounds

Men from different ethnic backgrounds are often more vulnerable to some conditions and diseases according to their ethnicity.
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Traumatic Brain Injury
Men are three times more than women to likely to suffer traumatic brain injury. Work patterns, sport and violence are amongst the top reasons.

What is hepatitis C?
It is estimated that up to 35 thousand new cases of hepatitis occur each year. Many carriers are symptom free. So what exactly is hepatitis C and how do we get it?

What is hepatitis?
Hundreds of millions of people are affected by hepatitis. Despite this, relatively few people even know what hepatitis is about, where it comes from and what its implications are. This brief article provides some basic info.

Hepatitis A
There are many forms of hepatitis, some infectious and some not. This article presents a review of hepatitis A, the least serious form of hepatitis, but one that can cause great discomfort and jaundice to the sufferer.

Tuberculosis
Every second somewhere in the world someone gets infected with TB bacilli.

Treatment and Control of Tuberculosis
Treatment for TB was only available from about 50 years ago. Active tuberculosis,if not treated, will infect on average, between 10 and 15 people every year.

Physical Effects of Alcoholism
Men are twice as likely to be alcohol abusing or alcohol dependant.

Osteoporosis in Men
Osteoporosis in Men

Signs & Symptoms of HIV / AIDS
Some people experience signs and symptoms of HIV, Human immunodeficiency virus, as soon as they become infected, others do not.

Highest Ever Blood Sugar-Male World Record
Highest Ever Blood Sugar-Male World Record

High Blood Pressure
Ways of reducing high blood pressure are reviewed.

Osteoarthritis
Often thought of as a condition only affecting women, osteoarthritis is actually more common in men under the age of 45 and affects Japanese men more strongly.

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