"Men with low levels of testosterone are more likely to get a chronic illness," says the Mail Online, reporting on a US health survey.
"Keeping donated livers 'alive' with a machine prior to transplants boosts the chances of a successful operation, a landmark trial has found," reports BBC News.
The Mail Online reports that “junk food loving bacteria” in your gut rather than excess weight could be linked with osteoarthritis
'Blood pressure readings at home 50 per cent more accurate' The Daily Telegraph reports
"British women are woefully unprepared for pregnancy because they're living unhealthy lifestyles, new research has found," reports the Metro.
"Pregnant women who take painkillers could be harming the fertility of their unborn sons," states the Mail Online's report on a new study about the potential effects of exposure to painkillers during pregnancy.
'Lifesaving jab denied to millions of boys in Britain could slash the risk of prostate cancer' the Mail Online reports
"Just one alcoholic drink a day could shorten your life," reports BBC News.
"Tinned tuna could wreck your guts as it has up to 100 times more zinc than is safe," is the headline from The Sun.