Hidden Ingredients in Male Enhancement Product
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising consumers not to purchase or use Rhino Big Horn 3000, a product promoted and sold for sexual enhancement on various websites and in some retail stores.
Male Enhancement Product May Pose Health Risk
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising consumers not to purchase or use Xtra Zone 2400, a product promoted and sold for sexual enhancement on various websites and in some retail stores.
A New Prostate Cancer Risk Factor
Obesity is behind a number of well-known heart health problems. In black men, it may also have a profound effect on cancer risk.
HPV Vaccine: Maybe Not Just for Girls
Girls may receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to help prevent later cervical cancer. In boys, the vaccine may be important in protecting against another rapidly growing cancer threat.
Surprising Ways Your Family Affects Your Health
The World Health Organization named the family as the most important aspect of promoting a healthy lifestyle. Read on to find how your dad, mom, grandparents and siblings all affect your mental and physical well-being.
New Medical Device Treats Urinary Symptoms Related to Enlarged Prostate
The US Food and Drug Administration today authorized the marketing of the UroLift system, the first permanent implant to relieve low or blocked urine flow in men age 50 and older with an enlarged prostate.
Humpty Dumpty Might Have Been Stressed
Individuals' mental health can affect their physical health in ways they might not even realize. Even a person's risk of an accident may be related to mental health.
Shorter Lifespan With Cigarettes
Smoking can shave years off a person’s life and lead to an early death. Even if a man lives into his 70s, smoking can still steal several years of life.
Physician Group Recommends Against PSA Tests
If you’re a man – or a woman for that matter – you’re probably confused about cancer screenings. The recommendations for prostate cancer screenings have been all over the place.
Too Much Oxygen is No Good
Less is sometimes more, as it turns out for oxygen during surgery. New research gives anesthesiologists one more variable to consider.