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Los Angeles TimesMedications, laser treatment and surgery can all arrest the growth of an enlarged prostate gland, but only surgery can produce an improvement in symptoms, particularly a reduction in incontinence, researchers said. The surgery, known as transurethral...
Tags: San Francisco, Health, Prostate, Enlarged Prostate, Surgery
Anne Boleyn Fatal Attractions G.W. Bernard Yale University Press: 238 pp., $30 This is a disturbing book for the reader of Tudor history, as it carefully analyzes and then demolishes many of the statements that we are accustomed to taking as facts...
HealthKey.comMost men these days strive for good health through diet, exercise and other self-care rituals. But one of the most vital aspects of self—sexuality—is often overlooked. The fact is, proper sexual health for men is easily maintained with a...
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersAfter a decade on the market, Viagra has helped thousands of men get back in the bedroom. But it may spark other problems in the home that can eventually lead to divorce, some marriage counselors maintain. The erectile-dysfunction drug was introduced...
Top of the TicketThe union wants schools to pay for members' Viagra, but officials say it's a recreational drug....
The Swampby Noam N. Levey and Michael Muskal The House will vote on amendments to the healthcare reconciliation bill tonight if the Senate as expected finishes its deliberations in the afternoon, lawmakers said. The Senate is expected to take its final......
Booster ShotsResearchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center are testing the medication tadalafil (sold as an erectile dysfunction drug under the brand name Cialis) on men with Becker muscular dystrophy, one of the nine forms of muscular dystrophy, a group of inherited...
SWEAT glistens on 24-year-old triathlete Lauren Robertson's forehead as she pedals a bicycle hooked up to a computer measuring her power output. As Ashton Johnson, co-owner of Sundance Cycles in Agoura Hills, adjusts the seat and handlebar height on...
Tags: Services and Shopping, Health, Shoes, Education, Muscle
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRadio talk show host Don Imus has plenty of company in his recent prostate cancer diagnosis: The disease strikes 1 in 6 American men. You'd think early screening would be a key preventive tool, but two large studies, published in the New England...
Tags: Health, Biopsy, Prostate, Drugs and Medicines, Death
WHEN urologist Dr. Irwin Goldstein declared in 1997: "There are only two kinds of male cyclists -- those who are impotent and those who will be impotent," many bike riders scoffed. Saying the equipment housed in their spandex shorts worked just fine, they...
Tags: United Air Lines, Men's Health, Surgery, Medical Research, Penis
Special to The TimesDr. Stuart Meloy never set out to study orgasms. It was an accident. He was in the operating room one day in 1998, implanting electrodes into a patient's spine to treat her chronic leg pain. (The electrodes are connected to a device that fires impulses...
Tags: Spine, Crime, Law and Justice, Health, Animals, Trials
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