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Opening the (Bedroom) Door to Talk about ED

Publish Date: 1/18/2018

Couple embracing in front of fireFor a man with erectile dysfunction (ED), it can be difficult to admit there is a problem.   Despite the popularity of effective medications, less than one in five men with ED will ask their medical professional for treatment.

Men's Health
Arnold D. Bullock
Urology

Talking about Low Testosterone

Publish Date: 6/14/2017

good looking older manLow testosterone was once an embarrassing topic for men to discuss with their physicians. However, many men now seem to be more open about talking about their symptoms of low testosterone – including erectile dysfunction.

Men's Health
Diabetes
Endocrinology
Nicole Ducharme

Masters of Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

Publish Date: 10/17/2016

Loving coupleThe popular cable TV show, Masters of Sex, brings to life the ground-breaking work that Washington University researchers, William Masters, MD, and Virginia Johnson, did in the field of human sexuality in the 1960s.

At the time, their conclusion was that 8 in 10 men with erectile dysfunction developed the disorder because of psychological issues. Today we know there are numerous medical conditions for which this disorder is a symptom.

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Men's Health
Arnold D. Bullock
Urology

ACL Tears

Publish Date: 4/30/2015

It was a beautiful game-winning catch during a weekend game of touch football, but unfortunately, your knee paid the price for glory. There was a pop and your knee hyper-extended when you landed – a few weeks rest did not help. Your doctor said you probably tore your ACL.


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Orthopedic Surgery
Rick W. Wright

When to Worry About Groin Pain

Publish Date: 4/30/2015

It would be reasonable to assume that nagging groin pain is due to a pulled muscle. You don’t remember what you did, but what else could be causing the pain? Recurrent episodes of groin pain, or pain that gets worse over time, might be the result of an underlying hip problem.

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Men's Health
Orthopedics
Ryan M. Nunley

Prostate Cancer Doesn't Always Have to be a Radical Decision

Publish Date: 4/30/2015

The bad news is that you’ve just been told you have a small cancer on your prostate. The good news is that because of improvements in biopsy techniques, for some men it is now possible to destroy only the cancerous part of the prostate.


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Men's Health
Prostate Cancer
Gerald L. Andriole
Urologic Oncology

Updating the Look of Your Online Presence

Publish Date: 4/30/2015

Is that really your face in that photo? Today’s pictures are now posted, shared and liked in a matter of seconds – and you might not recognize the online version of yourself. It may be time to freshen your appearance for the sake of your personal, as well as professional image.