Men’s Health

Protecting the Prostate

protecting the prostate The prostate gland is a small, walnut-sized organ located just under the bladder. It surrounds the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder. The prostate has a dual function as part of the excretory and the reproductive systems. This small gland stays the same size throughout an adult male’s life until the male hormones (androgens), the most predominate of which is testosterone, begin to decline and then the prostate begins to grow again… read more

“Male Menopause”…… Does It Exist?

Is your testosterone high enough to keep you healthy? Men are not immune to “menopause”. Gynecologist Edward M. Lichten, M.D. found himself to be one of the 20 percent of baby boomers showing decreased levels of testosterone, below the … read more