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Why the story on DS (Dietary Supplements) may be BS This story came out about two weeks ago. I am chiming in a little late but the topic on dietary supplement manufacturing practices is still important. And you need to know about it. According to the New York Times, GNC, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart have… [Read More]

On Bob Simon and taxi cab accidents... You may have heard the news that Bob Simon, the 60 minutes reporter, died tragically in a car accident about 36 hours ago here in New York City. You may also remember my post from two weeks ago on Scott Stuart who passed from cancer and how deeply… [Read More]

New Study from JAMA shows a better prostate biopsy is gaining momentum Takeaway First JAMA study suggests men undergoing a prostate biopsy to check for cancer should look for a targeted MR/ultrasound fusion biopsy (or, more simply, a “targeted biopsy”) which can find deadly cancer more accurately than a standard ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy (more simply,… [Read More]

7 Easy Tips for a Healthy Super Bowl Party   Odds are there will be a lot of crap for you to eat at the Super Bowl party this weekend. Six-foot long sandwiches, chips, salsa, and beer are the usual grub, right? Those are the “manly” things to eat after all, aren’t they? No. They’re… [Read More]

Chronic Stress Kills Testosterone The Takeaway First If your sex life is suffering, stress may be the culprit. New research suggests that chronic, overwhelming stress can lower testosterone levels and get in the way of sex. It also suggests that regular sex can help to modulate some but not all of the damaging effects of… [Read More]

  Exercise Protects Against Prostate Cancer Death The Takeaway First A new study (Bonn et al., 2014) published online in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention reported lower rates of all-cause and prostate cancer-specific mortality in men who engaged in regular exercise. Although these findings can’t prove causation, they are a good reminder to… [Read More]

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