Erectile dysfunction is usually thought of as a condition of the aged. Certainly, the older a man gets, the higher his chances of acquiring it. Men in their 60s and 70s are most prone. But it can affect a man… Read More »Are You Suffering from Porn-Induced ED?
Erectile dysfunction is more common than you think. About half of men ages 40 to 70 are prone to developing the condition. The chances of doing so increase as one ages. Though not an inevitable part of aging, ED is… Read More »Researchers Find a Link between Psoriasis and ED
Type-2 diabetes, also called age-related diabetes, is when the body fails to make enough insulin, or when the body becomes insulin resistant, meaning the amount of sugar in the bloodstream is not properly broken down. When this happens, an elevated… Read More »Are Type-2 Diabetics at Higher Risk for Prostate Cancer?
One of the most common pieces of advice pertaining to the prevention of serious disease which doctors have extend to patients for time immemorial, is maintaining a proper diet, and taking part in routine exercise. This goes for heart disease,… Read More »Diet and Exercise Help Prevent Deadly Prostate Cancer
If you are HIV positive, have herpes, the human papilloma virus (HPV) or some other sexually transmitted disease (STD) dating can be a nightmare. How do you tell someone? How will they react? Failing to broach the subject could have huge social… Read More »PositiveSingles a Dating App for those with STDs
Somewhere around 15-25% of couples have difficulty conceiving. Culturally, fertility issues rest on the woman’s shoulders. But 40-50% of the time, the issue stems from the man. Many unfortunately feel as though an assessment of their fertility is akin to an… Read More »Male Infertility Affects Many Couples
Erectile function is pretty common, but perhaps not as common as TV commercials would have you believe. An estimated 30 million Americans suffer from this pernicious problem. The chances of developing it in one’s 50s is four percent. Around age… Read More »The Difference between Short-term and Long-term ED
Men who are obese and undergo prostate cancer surgery have a higher risk of prolonged bleeding and a protracted hospital stay. Now a study out of the Loyola University in Chicago finds that robot-assisted surgery reduces the likelihood of these concerns… Read More »Obese Patients with Prostate Cancer Benefit from Robot Assisted Surgery