Prostate Cancer, as we said in the prior post, effects 1 out of 9 men in the United States. The good news is, according to the National Cancer Institute, between 2009 and 2014 approximately 98.2% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer have survived prostate cancer for at least five years. That is a huge huge … Continue reading Prostate Cancer Stages
Prostate Cancer is very common and effects 1 in 5 men in the United States. This is the second leading cause of death for men as well. For men who have a brother or father with prostate cancer, they are more at risk for developing prostate cancer and should be screened earlier than the recommended … Continue reading Prostate Cancer Screening & Labs
I should just start by saying if you think you need to go to the ER, please go- do not read articles on the internet to determine whether or not you should go to the emergency room. This is just for informational purposes. In a perfect world, you would not need to go to the … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between the ER and Urgent Care?
There are several options for prescription sleep aids that your doctor can prescribe. Like I mentioned in the previous post, sleep medications are not for everyone so do check out that post which should be featured below. If you have tried and failed correcting sleeping habits and still are having issues with falling asleep and/or … Continue reading Prescription Sleep Aids for Insomnia
There are a few different tests that would indicate someone has Diabetes Mellitus. Each of these tests are simple blood tests that are performed at home, at the doctor’s office, or at a lab facility. At Home Testing The test that is performed at home is when someone checks their blood sugar with a glucometer/glucose … Continue reading Testing to Confirm Diabetes