The health of our men and boys: Homo-heterogeneity Ian Peate looks at the specialist physical and mental health needs of males Vitamin D and other supplements: the latest findings Mark Greener investigates our changing understanding of this vital nutrient and how to use it Support for prostate cancer fatigue Prostate Cancer UK's nurse-led service is outlined by Teresa Lynch, Patricia Smith and John Robertson Spotting breast cancer in men Although breast cancer in men is rare, awareness of symptoms is essential, says Ian Peate Stemming the silent epidemic of male suicide An understanding of who is most at risk and how to deal with suicidal thoughts is vital, writes Ian Peate The heavy burden of cancer on men Men are more likely to develop and die from cancer. Ian Peate considers how nurses can address this. 1 comment Helping men with learning disabilities to live healthier lives The challenges of meeting the health needs of men with learning disabilities are highlighted by Chris Barber Interventions that prevent pre-diabetes from becoming type 2 In the second in a series, David Morris outlines how best to prevent patients developing type 2 diabetes. How work influences health Men still have poorer health outcomes than women. Ian Peate discusses how employment status can have a lasting negative impact. Managing obesity in men With 67 per cent of men and 56 per cent of women being overweight or obese,1 the number of people with diabetes in the UK is estimated to reach over four million by 2025 (projection for UK based on estimates for England alone for 2025).