Fathers-to-be who know the sex of their unborn baby find it easier to bond with him or her Men with a name for the baby also find bonding easierThis is because they are better able to imagine named unborn babies as real people they could father Attending scans can also help men feel more connected By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 15:35 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:36 GMT, 25 April 2013 Fathers who know the sex of their unborn child and give him or her a name find it easier to bond with their baby.
Half of all British men will be likely to develop cancer by the year 2027, as threat of disease continues to grow Risk of men developing cancer in their lifetime will rise from 44 per cent to 50 per cent in 15 years time, according to predictionsForms of cancer most likely to affect people are skin, bowel and prostateAround 416,000 people in the UK are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in 2027, compared with 324,000 in 2010, Cancer Research UK said | UPDATED: 08:35 GMT, 19 December 2012 Half of Britain's male population will be likely to face a cancer diagnosis during their lifetime by the year 2027, experts have predicted.
Are you a secret redhead Four in ten Britons carry ginger genes without having red hair – and it could profoundly affect our health | UPDATED: 23:27 GMT, 17 December 2012 In England, 6 per cent of people have red hair Are you a redhead, but don’t even know it Research to be released this week indicates millions of Britons carry ‘silent’ genes for redheadedness.
The viruses that can paralyse your face overnight | UPDATED: 00:21 GMT, 27 November 2012 Fiona Hawthorne understands only too well the role of the face as a window to the soul.
Recession has left middle-aged men 'most at risk' of suicide Men aged between 35 and 49 are now at higher risk of killing themselves than young men | UPDATED: 12:00 GMT, 10 September 2012 Middle-aged men are now the most likely group to commit suicide in England, it was revealed today.
The fourth sexual orientation: One per cent of the population now considers themselves asexualLeading academic says sexualisation of our culture has turned some into 'asexuals' with no feelings of attraction | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 19 August 2012 Fourth orientation: Experts believe up to 70 million people worldwide have no feelings of sexual attraction at all Around one per cent of the world's population are 'asexuals' who feel no sexual attraction at all, experts have claimed.
Why are so many of us suddenly being hit by hay fever in middle age | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 7 August 2012 Middle-aged and never experienced the misery of hay fever Do not congratulate yourself just yet.
Boy with anxiety disorder who can't say 'I love you' taught to show his emotions – by his cat Lorcan suffers from an anxiety disorder known as selective mutism | UPDATED: 14:53 GMT, 18 July 2012 A little boy with a form of mutism who struggles to express himself has been 'taught' to show his emotions – by his pet cat.
Britain's obesity crisis: NHS spending 16m a year on 200 who are too fat to leave homeBed-ridden and needing up to four heath worker visits a day, they cost an average of 80,000 a year each63st teenager Georgia Davis was rushed to hospital last week in operation needing 40 emergency workers On Saturday emergency services took eight hours to free 40st Russell Parkin after he fell ill at his home | UPDATED: 09:11 GMT, 30 May 2012 At least 200 people in the UK are costing the NHS 16million because weighing 35 stone and more they are too fat to leave their home, it has been claimed.
Do I think I’m good looking Yes I do.