By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Aside from higher risk of lung cancer, men who smoke are more prone to develop early impotence, lower sperm count
Blue Pills in the Mail: Should You Trust ED Drugs Sold Online?
You may not always get what you think when you order online By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Beginning with Viagra in 1998, erectile dysfunction medication
Sperm Banking Helps Men Protect Fertility
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant While many men can become parents much later in life compared with most women, sperm banking may provide a means
Men: Building Muscle Size Vs. Strength
Adding variety to a workout helps people achieve their goals By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Some men hit the gym to build muscle size. For
12 Tips to Increase Male Longevity
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant The average New York male has a life expectancy of 77.92 years, according to www.worldlifeexpectancy.com, compared with 82.79 for women.
“I Survived Prostate Cancer”
Lancaster man shares his survivor’s story By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Joe Magiera of Lancaster has refereed hockey locally for decades when not serving as
Reasons to See a Urologist
When should you see a urologist? Area urologists weigh in. By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Physician Teresa Danforth, UBMD Urology, Buffalo: • “Blood in the
Do women get more depressed than men or men just hide their emotions?
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant The lifetime prevalence of major depression is 20 to 26 percent for women and 8 to 12 for men. But
Pain Meds May Affect Sperm Count
Study says Tylenol, Motrin, Advil and other pain relievers may cause a reduction in sperm count By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Want to be a
Risks and Signs of Testicular Cancer
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Estimates for testicular cancer are approximately 9,310 new cases diagnosed and 400 deaths, according to the American Cancer Society. About