Author: Dameon Pierce

The Importance Of Prostate Cancer Screenings

Posted on June 15, 2020 by in Prostate Cancer

When diagnosed early, most cancers can be treated successfully. Having the prostate screening test for cancer, or PSA test, is no different. Doctors continually emphasize the importance of prostate cancer screenings, and you can determine their importance especially when you are aware of your personal risk factors.

3 Ways Stress Can Impact Urologic Health

Posted on May 18, 2020 by in Urology

There is certainly no shortage of stress these days, and that nagging anxiety can affect us in multiple ways, including physically. At some point in your life you will be forced to deal with it, so along with heart disease, high blood pressure, and kidney stones, here are 3 ways stress can impact urologic health.

Erectile Dysfunction Webinar – April 2, 2020

Posted on April 1, 2020 by in News

Erectile Dysfunction affects approximately half of all men over the age of 40, and it can take a real toll on them and their partners, both physically and emotionally. If ED is a concern for you, Dr Neeb encourages you to attend an upcoming educational event sponsored by Coloplast Corp, regarding various treatment options. Space is

7 BPH Treatments To Try Before Surgery

Posted on February 18, 2020 by in BPH

BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a condition many men deal with as they get older. An enlarged prostate gland creates multiple issues for men both during the day and at night. Before you resort to surgery, here are 7 BPH treatment options you may want to consider.

Self Testing for Erectile Dysfunction

Posted on January 16, 2020 by in Erectile Dysfunction

If a man becomes concerned about erectile dysfunction (ED), he has a number of options to discover the reason(s) why. Self testing for erectile dysfunction is but one way to find out whether sexual dysfunctions are due to physical or psychological issues.

20 Healthful Foods for Fighting Kidney Disease

Posted on December 17, 2019 by in Kidney Health

Diabetes and high blood pressure are the most common risk factors for developing kidney disease. Obesity, your gender, smoking, genetics, and your age all add to your risk. Even if you are free from kidney disease at the moment, consider these 20 healthful foods for fighting kidney disease.