A new report from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) shows that less than half of studies on the effect of medical treatment have looked at gender differences. “We must stop thinking that biological differences between men and women can fit in a bikini,” says Professor Eva Gerdts.
16 September 2022
Research shows that misogynist online communities have increased in numbers intensity and become more extreme in the past decade.
16 December 2021
More men than women are affected by ear buzz, but the consequences are greater for women. Women also have a higher risk of severe hereditary tinnitus, according to a research project.
20 May 2021
Sabine Oertelt-Prigione hopes that the pandemic and vaccination will make people more aware of sex differences in medicine.
8 July 2020
Our knowledge about previous pandemics gives us invaluable information on how to handle today’s corona pandemic, according to researchers.
4 June 2020
We need more research and less scorn, and a better understanding of the incel phenomenon in order to prevent radicalisation, writes Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair
4 February 2016
Nordic men need to start seeing the doctor before it is too late. Nordic women need to become better at talking about their work environment. And the politicians who are crafting tomorrow’s health policy need to put on their gender spectacles, state researchers.
15 October 2015
Men living in highly gender equal societies have better quality of life than men in less gender equal societies, according to new research from Øystein Gullvåg Holter.
26 March 2012
“Dirty old men” or asexual seniors? Research on sexuality and old age paves the way for a new view of masculinity.
23 October 2013
The implications of prostate cancer get men thinking about what it means to be a man, according to a Norwegian doctoral thesis.
29 April 2015
Previously long-term exhaustion was considered a male disorder caused by societal pressures. Today women comprise the majority of ME patients, and they feel that their condition is their own fault.
23 June 2015
The majority of men who use violence against their partner struggle with serious mental health issues. We need to look at more than just the power relations between the sexes in order to understand and prevent domestic violence, says researcher.