What many people don’t realize is breast cancer can affect men as well as women.
There is no test for colon cancer more accurate than a colonoscopy but an experimental testing of stool samples holds promise.
Bladder problems are common in men. Most involve urination, such as having trouble urinating or going too often. But most of these problems can be solved.
Now there is a report that reinforces findings in previous reports that taking testosterone could more than double the risk of heart attack in men 65 and older.
If untreated, cancer of the prostate will take your life in twelve years – that is an average. Screening is crucial.
Researchers found that patients on intermittent therapy for prostate cancer had a 10-20% increase in the risk of death.
When it comes to physical examinations between the ages of 15 and 65 men were significantly less likely than women to seek care from a primary care physician.
Genetic research has led to advances in understanding and treating various forms of cancer but the latest news is in the battle against heart disease.
It is important to detect prostate cancer as early as possible and it is also crucial to see if the prostate cancer will be aggressive once detected. Prostate tissue might be a predictor.
If you’re male and living in Philadelphia, take note: a new list has ranked Philadelphia the third worst city in the U.S. for men.