Imagine for a second that you undergo a prostate biopsy, and the results come up positive for prostate cancer. You then proceed to get your prostate removed so that you don’t succumb to the disease. The prostate gland is then sent to a pathologist to determine the location of cancer and how aggressive it is,… [Read More]

All cells of the human body require energy in the form of Adenosine TriPhosphate (ATP) to support life. If you remember way back in high school, you learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse” of the cell as it produces the majority of ATP. When the mitochondria are impaired, its malfunction is implicated in the… [Read More]

  1. Watch less news. It’s all horrific by design, bad news sells more than good news. You get almost nothing good from staying glued to the news media. On the contrary, it increases stress and promotes unwellness. Turn off your news notifications on your phone. Take a news fast at least one day a… [Read More]

What is Movember? The Movember combines “Mo” from the word moustache and “vember” from November of is a global awareness on overall men’s health, not just prostate cancer as many people think, but also male suicide, overall mental health, and testicular cancer. Wait… is it moustache or mustache? In most English speaking countries (except the… [Read More]

  While many reading this may have already gotten the flu, others have not and are yet in the clear until May. The recent flu is an  H3N2 strain that’s particularly aggressive. Vaccine companies have updated their medicine to match this years virus. (There is plenty of disagreement if flu vaccines work at all or if they are safe,… [Read More]

An online newsweek article reports that penile enlargement procedures have grown tremendously in the past five years. Now more than ever men want to enhance their stuff. Penile enlargement does not necessarily improve sexual experience for the man or the partner and it only gives the perception of larger size. There are two components for… [Read More]

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