• Take Control of Your Health

    June is Men’s Health Month
    Did you know June is dedicated to raising awareness for issues impacting men’s health and wellness? Men are less apt to go to the doctors, so it is a great time for us to tell you some important news: It is time for you to focus on your health!

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  • Male Infertility: Get Tested, Get Treated

    Nearly 15 percent of couples are infertile, meaning they haven’t gotten pregnant after trying without protection for at least a year, but infertility is not just a women’s issue. Both genders can have problems that affect fertility. In fact, men can be the cause of infertility in a couple in up to 50% of cases.

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  • Food for Thought

    You have most likely heard the phrase “You are what you eat.” The risk of acquiring a certain disease is influenced by a person’s genetics; however, lifestyle factors play a large role in determining whether or not someone develops that disease. These factors can be diet, exercise, smoking, etc. Eating unhealthy foods and lack of exercise can lead to obesity, and obesity increases your risk for diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. These diseases increase your chances of experiencing urological issues such as erectile dysfunction and prostate cancer.

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  • Testicular Cancer a bigger threat to young men

    Testicular cancer occurs most often in young men, and they need to know the signs of the disease, a urologist says.

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  • Is your Penis a Barometer to your Heart Health?

    Have you heard of the expression “a canary in a coal mine”? The metaphor originates from the times when miners used to carry caged canaries while at work. If there was carbon monoxide in the mine, the canary would die before the levels of the gas reached those hazardous to humans. It is an advance warning of some danger. Erectile dysfunction, having trouble getting or keeping an erection, seems like it’s just a sexual problem to many men; however, erectile dysfunction is often a warning sign of heart disease.

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