Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men after skin cancer according to the American Cancer Society. This is a significant data point for men as the prostate is an important organ that sits below the bladder, … Continue reading
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According to Harvard Medical School, approximately 19% of men and 9% of women will experience a kidney stone by age 70. If you have never experienced the excruciating pain of passing a kidney stone, consider yourself to be very lucky. … Continue reading
The unfortunate fact about prostate cancer is that it does not show symptoms in its early stages of development. That is why prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men in the United States.
Improving ED and urinary incontinence with pelvic floor physical therapy may sound like a foreign language to the average American male. Even though approximately 25% of men under 40 have issues with ED, they may not be familiar with the … Continue reading
Like any cancer, testicular cancer poses serious health risks to those diagnosed with it. The key to treatment and survival from testicular cancer lies in early detection.
Have you ever had a great time with friends laughing out loud, but found yourself uncontrollably leaking urine? You might have even thought “I’m too young for this to be happening.” The truth is urinary incontinence is not just for … Continue reading
Anyone who has ever experienced the knife-like pain of passing a kidney stone vows to do everything to keep their kidneys free of stones in the future. Those lucky enough to have never had a stone, listen up, because these … Continue reading
Half a million men in the U.S. undergo a vasectomy each year, and it has now become the most commonly performed urological procedure. By comparison, though three times more women undergo permanent contraception. With tubal ligation comes more health risks … Continue reading
Prostate and testicular cancers occur in different parts of the body, and they commonly affect men at different stages of their life. These two basic differences between prostate and testicular cancer are significant for all men to understand, so they … Continue reading