Most Recent Articles by Jaime Landman, MD
Although physical fitness is widely known to prevent cardiovascular disease, its impact on prostate cancer is less clear.
A new report combines data from 20 studies to provide definitive information.
Bicycles were not designed with male genitalia in mind, and they account for more than 4,000 genitourinary injuries each year.
The authors recommend consideration of testosterone assays in men who fail to respond to PDE5 inhibitors in an effort to optimize outcomes.
Men with lower levels of sedentary time had a significantly lower risk of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
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