Are you worried about your teen being on drugs? Do you think your spouse had a drink and lied to you? Are you trying to conceive a baby and curious to know when you’re ovulating? Testing for all of this is now possible at home.
If you’re a man of a certain age, you’re probably familiar with your PSA score. PSA stands for prostate-specific antigen, a marker for prostate cancer. Many men, along with their doctors, actively look for ways to keep a lid on PSA levels.
I’m a big fan of fresh organic food. It’s nutritious, free of pesticides and I think it just plain tastes better. But one of the best reasons for eating fresh organic food isn’t the food itself… it’s the packaging.
The FDA just approved underarm roll-on testosterone, even though this brand new product already comes with a boxed warning.
Dear Dr. Mirkin:
Should all prostate cancers be treated?
Sex is big business. It seems that men have an insatiable appetite for anything that might give them a little bit of an edge… a slightly better experience. Well, they have half the formula right: appetite.
A new study conducted by Swiss researchers found that men treated for prostate cancer might increase their risk of developing colon cancer. Fortunately, that's only a factor if you choose a form of treatment that I've warned you against before.
I heard you say that cooking with “vegetable oil” was your least favorite oil. It’s all I’ve ever used. Why don’t you like it, and what oils should we cook with?
I can only imagine that receiving a diagnosis of prostate cancer sets a man's head spinning.
Want to know what sets MY head spinning? Reading about the risky treatments the mainstream tries to pass off as marvels of modern medicine.
It's perfectly natural for it to decline as you age.
Unfortunately, that's where the trouble begins.