In Scotland, one man in four dies before the age of 65.
12.5% of men in the UK are suffering from one of the common mental health disorders. Suicide is the single most common cause of death in men under 45.
Just under a quarter (24%) of adult men are obese in Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
The NHS estimates that around 9% of men in the UK show signs of alcohol dependence. 31% of men drink over 14 units in a usual week; considered a hazardous level.
19.1% of men in the UK report smoking.
In 2016, 15,247 scottish males were diagnosed with cancer.