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Coffee: The Steamy Details on the World’s Favorite Drink     The Takeaway First Research shows that drinking coffee in moderation (whatever that means) can have some long term health benefits in addition to increased alertness in the short term. Some Research on Coffee Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive drug in the world.… [Read More]

Why you should consider L-Citrulline, not L-Arginine The Takeaway First Taking L-Citrulline (Citrulline) can help increase your levels of Nitric Oxide, a compound that helps us open our arteries and improve circulation. Anything that helps improve Nitric Oxide production is a really good thing. The result of widening our arteries includes many good physiological responses… [Read More]

  The Takeaway First The penis is the barometer of male health. Since erectile dysfunction is closely linked to various forms of heart disease, failure to keep an erection may be a sign of an incoming cardiac event. Overview
 According to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, conducted in 1994, erectile dysfunction is a common problem… [Read More]

Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) for Prostate Cancer     Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) currently is the most promising, non-invasive technique imaging test that may be able to locate potentially deadly cancer while avoiding, low grade, harmless prostate cancer, thus preventing unnecessary treatment. “Multi-parametric” means the performance of three scans sequentially during a single… [Read More]

Is Ebola another false scare?   The news dominating most TV tubes and airways for the last week or so is the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist activities in the Middle East and the virus Ebola spreading through the US. While Ebola should be dealt with respect, that chances of you getting… [Read More]

Clinical Pathways Interferes with Personalized Medicine   The Takeaway First No two people are the same, and the only way to treat disease effectively is to see that there is no one way.  Treatment is usually better when personalized. Standardized Medicine? Dr. Kathy Miller, MD put up a video online last month in which she… [Read More]

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