Many men think that prostate cancer isn’t something they have to worry about until much later in life. While this is a dominant myth, there are certainly many more that continue to spread around. Here are five that you should know that can keep you proactive with your health!
A kidney infection is not to be taken lightly, and you should never ignore the symptoms.
Irritable bowel disease (IBD) is a common gastric condition affecting approximately 3 million Americans, according to the latest statistics from the CDC.
For some reason female urinary incontinence is not a major topic of conversation among women, although it should be.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men after skin cancer according to the American Cancer Society. This is a significant data point for men as the prostate is an important organ that sits below the bladder, and its function is to produce semen.
According to Harvard Medical School, approximately 19% of men and 9% of women will experience a kidney stone by age 70.
If you have never experienced the excruciating pain of passing a kidney stone, consider yourself to be very lucky. If you have had at least one, unfortunately you are likely to have another. In either case you should keep reading to learn how your diet can help keep these painful stones at bay.
Let’s set the record straight right from the beginning, your urine should be pale yellow and clear. Anything else, take note.
Prostate and testicular cancers occur in different parts of the body, and they commonly affect men at different stages of their life. These two basic differences between prostate and testicular cancer are significant for all men to understand, so they can take appropriate precautions to detect tumors early.
Remember during puberty when your “little boy voice” disappeared, and you woke up one morning transformed with a deeper “manly” voice? Testosterone is the hormone that causes these types of changes, and for men it is a vitally important hormone that can affect their general health.
Like any cancer, testicular cancer poses serious health risks to those diagnosed with it. The key to treatment and survival from testicular cancer lies in early detection. Continue reading