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Up until now, the usual screening process for prostate cancer has involved an uncomfortable amount of guesswork. It started with a PSA test (which is already controversial), and then, if your PSA was high, doctors would perform a biopsy—meaning they would insert a biopsy gun into your rectum and take tissue samples from your prostate.… [Read More]

The search for the male fountain of youth dates back to 1849 through the experiments of Arnold Berthold where he castrated roosters, and subsequently implanting the testes back to the animals where he noticed physiologic and behavioral changes connected to a substance secreted by the testes. Later on in France, Dr. Charles E. Brown-Séquard, a… [Read More]

When we think about our health, the first things that come to mind are usually diet and exercise, not drinking too much, not smoking, taking our medicine, avoiding illness, and maybe paying attention to our psychological health—all very self-focused. But a long, ongoing study from Harvard suggests that one of the best ways to stay… [Read More]

An inspiring story hit my inbox this morning, and I thought I had to share it with you all. A 71-year-old man named Ken Malik living in Santa Rosa, CA is thriving despite a prostate cancer diagnosis. And he’s doing it in a very unconventional way. If you read my book, you know I despise… [Read More]

The Holidays are a time for many things—depending on who you ask. They’re a time for giving. They’re a time for family. They’re a time for relaxation. They’re a time for reflection. And, for most of us, whether we’d like to admit it or not, they’re a time for EXCEPTIONS. “OK, I’m normally pretty good… [Read More]

  Food. Food. Food. I had to skip my lunch break today to take a call, so to say that food has been “on my mind” would be a huge understatement. It has dominated my brain for the past 5 hours. I’m on the train right now on my way home…and I can’t wait for… [Read More]

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