Every Man Should Know About Prostate Cancer

Cancer is a scourge in the contemporary human society. It causes immense people suffering among those who have it and their loved ones. Fortunately, many types of cancer are treatable especially when physicians detect them during the early stages of…

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Getting Closer to New Male Birth Control Solutions

Women have seen their options for non-permanent contraception grow faster than men. Current solutions for females include physical barriers, such as condoms, hormonal treatments (pills and injections) and intrauterine devices. Men, in contrast, only have condoms as a non-permanent contraceptive method, which…

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How Exercise Does More Than Just Tone Your Muscles

There have been many significant studies in the past year that changed our understanding of the human body. Recently, the effect of regular exercise on a man’s chances of contracting deadly diseases like cancer was brought to light. Here are…

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Detecting Prostate Cancer from Urine’s Smell

One of the procedures involved in the diagnosis of prostate cancer is a highly invasive and uncomfortable biopsy. Prostate biopsy is one of the most dreaded procedures for men, and it’s highly controversial because of the incurred side effects and the fact…

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Is this the End of Antibiotics?

The importance of antibiotics cannot be overstated. At any given time, they are used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world to treat a wide range of different diseases and medical conditions. However, the end of their…

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“Shoelaces” and Your Health and Longevity

Did you know that shoelaces are the key to understanding aging? Well, not the ones in your shoes, of course. Scientists have known about telomeres since the 1970’s, but have only recently begun to understand their importance to public health issues like…

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Why Are Males More Likely to Have Malignant Brain Tumors?

Medical records show that certain types of brain tumors are more frequent among males than females. Records also show that brain tumors tend to be more malignant among men. Medulloblastomas (during childhood) and glioblastomas—two types of malignant tumors—are roughly twice as common…

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