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5 Issues in the UK that impact on male health

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5 key conditions that impact on male health in the UK and what their tell-tale signs are.

Don’t ignore what you are feeling! Because adult males are much less likely on average to seek professional medical assistance than women, it is even more important that men know when they are facing the symptoms of some of the most common ailments to impact on them.

Of course, many conditions affect both men and women, but there are some male-specific problems which men ought to be particularly mindful of. Research from a government report from 2014 called Living well for longer found the top five killers for more than 150,000 deaths a year among under-75s in England alone and the Department of Health estimates two-thirds of them are entirely avoidable.

Read on to discover the 5 key conditions that impact on male health in the UK and what their tell-tale signs are.

According to the to the Office of National statistics in 2012–2014, a man in the UK aged 65 had an average further 18.4 years of life remaining and a woman had an average further 20.9 years of life remaining.

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