Many men feel uncomfortable discussing health issues affecting them. Here’s advice on how to lower your cholesterol or spotting signs of depression, as well as information about other health problems
The health problems facing Australian men today
Marking Men's Health Week, 11-17 June 2018, here's a round-up of the conditions and symptoms men (and the women close to them) should be looking out for.
Essential screening tests for men
Screening tests or health checks aim to pick up health problems early in people who don't have any symptoms of disease. Read about tests men might need.
Fear of finding out
The fear of finding out affects men’s health every day. This page contains video material from healthdirect's marketing campaign 'Fear of Finding Out'.
Health information in relation to a number of different life stages and life events, such as babies and toddlers, children, teenagers, young adults, pregnancy, women's health, men's health, seniors and end-of-life issues.
Prostate problems such as swelling, enlargement and cancer are the most common conditions to affect your prostate. Learn about the symptoms and treatment options here.
Mental health resources for men
Men are less likely than women to seek help if they're experiencing mental health issues. They don't have to do it alone. Help is available.
Signs of depression in men
Men don't like to admit when they are under stress or feeling depressed. Find out how to get them to open up.
Penis swelling or pain
If you have a penis swelling or pain caused by an injury, there are steps you can take to provide some relief and ease discomfort.
There are can be physical and psychological reasons for delayed ejaculation. It happens when men find they can only ejaculate after long periods of stimulation. Find out more about this condition, common causes and treatment options.