Though Movember is celebrated in November to raise awareness of prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health for men, these issues need to be top-of-mind year-round. Pat Fulgham, M.D., a urologist on the medical staff
No one is immune to a good myth, especially when it’s regarding our health and well-being, and with the advent of the internet, it’s even easier to succumb to the newest health myth and the
For decades now, the Mediterranean diet has been touted as the gold standard diet to ward off extra pounds and disease, but the coastal diet has a few lesser-known men’s health benefits, as well.
Men are commonly known for keeping their emotional struggles inside, especially those that show any signs of perceived weakness. That doesn’t mean that those feelings aren’t there, but rather that they aren’t choosing to share
You may have a sudden, severe headache, feel weak or numb on one side of your face or body, have trouble speaking or understanding, or experience confusion and/or difficulty with your vision or motor coordination.
If you have noticed that you’re having to move the volume up a bit more on the television or you’re struggling to hear the person on the other end of a call, you’re not alone.
One of the realities of life is that as we age our body goes through many changes. One of those changes that can occur is the accumulation of the dreaded “belly fat.” It may start
With everything life throws us, staying physically active as we age seems to get increasingly difficult to work into our schedule. After all, following a hard week’s work, the couch and a cool refreshment sound
Chances are great that if you ask most men about going to the doctor, they’ll tell you it’s far from the top of their favorite things to do. In fact, the vast majority will tell you
The month of April may be most commonly known for its spring rains and Easter egg hunts, but it is also increasingly becoming recognized as Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Sounding the alarm on testicular cancer