Breast cancer is not just a women's disease. Though rare in men, male breast cancer does occur, and the symptoms are similar to women's and should not be ignored.
The NCAA basketball tournament and other major sporting events are popular times for men to schedule vasectomies, because they have something to watch on TV while they recover.
New dads may sport a few more gray hairs than in years past, a U.S. study finds.
Men die at higher rates than women and, on average, die younger than women. So, what are the causes and what can men do about it?
New research shows that marijuana causes genetic changes in sperm, though it's not clear what effect those changes have, or if they're passed on to a man's children.
As winter rolls into town, so does the flu and all its miserable symptoms.
Most American men are "overfat," and most American women are not far behind, a new study says.
Men troubled by the embarrassment of premature ejaculation might soon have an easy way to avoid it.
A low sperm count may do more than affect a man's ability to have children. It also may be linked to a number of health problems, new research suggests.
About six in 10 sexually active single men in the United States are taking responsibility for birth control, government health officials say.
Men with early stage prostate cancer who have surgery to remove their tumor do not live longer than those who receive no treatment at all, a long-running clinical trial has concluded.
Important information for the men in your life.