Love Your Prostate in September

As we’re in the second half of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we find new tools and resources to help those affected by the condition – both those diagnosed with prostate cancer as well as loved ones of those diagnosed – which can answer a lot of basic questions about the condition. This month, positive coverage […]

Pissed Off, Part 1

Great article from NBC News
Having trouble with your aim? Chinese contraption helps you Pee Straight
By Ed Flanagan, Producer
NBC News BEIJING – An entrepreneur in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen has unveiled a contraption designed to help those who miss the mark at a urinal: the ‘Pee Straight.’ The invention came in […]

Put down the Wine, Buddy, and Back away Real Slow…

Over the years, there have been dozens of studies that document the health benefits of resveratrol, a natural chemical found in the skin of red grapes, pomegranates, and elsewhere. Those benefits include improving cardiovascular functioning, reducing diabetes symptoms, heart attack and cancer risks, lowering cholesterol, slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s, and generally protecting against age-related […]

Getting up More Than Once to Pee? Better Get Checked

Most men get up to use the bathroom multiple times every night tend to put the blame on age, or prostate conditions. Then, as we do with most physical ailments and inconveniences, we ignore them. But that’s a really bad idea. According to researchers at Australia’s University of Adelaide, all that middle-of-the-night peeing could be […]

To PSA or Not to PSA: The Answer Is PSA Testing Plus…

New MRI Technology Is the Solution to the Vast Overtreatment of Prostate Cancer When PSA testing was initiated in 1990, it reduced the death rate from prostate cancer 40%, from 50,000 to 30,000 deaths per year. Yet government agencies and medical associations are now telling us to discontinue this test, despite the fact we have […]

Health Disparities in Post-Cancer Healthcare

A new study has found that older African American and Hispanic men who have survived cancer are far less likely than White men the same age to get follow-up care from a specialist or have basic vaccinations. Interestingly, there were no racial or ethnic differences in post-cancer healthcare between younger male cancer survivors. The study, […]