As with almost every other cancer, early detection increases your odds of survival and cure. March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and doctors are warning that once you have symptoms, colorectal cancer might be
Suicide may not be easy to talk about, but the issue continues to grow, affecting as many as one million Americans and their families each year, including thousands of Texans. According to the Substance Abuse
With the demands of life, it can be hard for people to make sure they’re taking care of themselves — but there may be a reason men are stereotypically pegged as being notoriously bad at
If you’ve ever watched a season of NBC’s reality show “The Biggest Loser”, you know the men always seem to drop significantly more weight during each weekly weigh-in. While the women may lose a few
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Women aren’t the only ones who deal with hormonal changes as they age. A dip in hormone production known as male menopause has the potential to seriously affect men’s well-being both physically and mentally.
Research shows that for some patients who have prostate cancer, moving immediately to treatment may not be in their best interest. Under a doctor’s guidance, sometimes the best choice for managing prostate cancer may be
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Would you recognize the symptoms of a heart attack? Physicians employed by Texas Health Physicians Group practice independently and