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Saw Palmetto v Flomax. What Works Best?

  Saw Palmetto v Flomax. What Works Best?  

Flomax is prescribed for men with both prostatitis and BPH (enlarged prostate) and often the side effects are worse that the benefits. Now a new study has compared Flomax to saw palmetto, a natural supplement ingredient, in men with prostatitis. What works best?
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Shockwave Therapy for ED

  Shockwave Therapy for ED  

It sounds radical and painful but a recent study has shown results from this novel treatment for the millions of men who suffer with erectile dysfunction.
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  Men's Supplement Reviews
 
  Resveratrol  

Resveratrol
Whether you get it from drinking a nice glass of red wine or in supplements, resveratrol is proving to be one of the leading ingredients in the natural fight against cancer and inflammation.
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  Nutrition and Lifestyle
 
  White Tea v Green Tea. Which is Healthier?  

White Tea v Green Tea. Which is Healthier?
Green tea gets all the headlines but is it the healthiest? Black, green and white tea all come from the same leaf so what makes them different as far as men's health?
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Information and treatments for the 16m men in the USA dealing with incontinence.
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Andropause (Male Menopause)

Help for men suffering from low testosterone (low T) and declining hormone levels.
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  Can Taking Pain Killers Increase the Risk of Prostate Cancer?  

Can Taking Pain Killers Increase the Risk of Prostate Cancer?
Finnish researchers have found that use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen is associated with a 31% increased risk of prostate cancer overall and a 63% increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer in particular.

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