Don’t Overlook Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin with many roles in the body related to bone health, immune support, and inflammation reduction. Some studies show it may have a role in the prevention and treatment of diabetes and with sexual function. Vitamin D is now routinely tested with blood workups, and about 50% of the population …

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Processed Food May Cause Obesity

Today we are surrounded by many processed food options that line the shelves of our grocery stores. These foods are often cheaper, more convenient, and attractive to those with limited time and cooking skills. Generally, the average American knows that eating fresh, whole foods is better than eating processed foods, yet they continue to rely …

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The Spotlight is on Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease has been getting more attention this past year, with Endo Pharmaceuticals playing a large part through their creative ad campaign for Xiaflex. Their most recent ad called “All Shapes and Sizes”, has even been on streaming services such as Hulu. Although they’ve run a number of different ads, the message has remained the same: …

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Peyronie’s Disease: Setting Things Straight

It’s great to see that there has been an increase in the awareness of Peyronie’s disease. Advertisements for Xiaflex treatment, for example, have been encouraging more and more men to seek help for a disease they are most likely too embarrassed to talk about. Although this is a good first step, it’s important to understand …

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The Underlying Causes of ED

Life throws all of us a curveball now and then. And some bumps in the road are definitely bigger than others. Zach was a 17-year-old who had an undiagnosed heart condition. It was not until he began experiencing erectile dysfunction that the process of discovering his heart condition even began. This led him on a …

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Cannabis Can Significantly Lower Sperm Count

With cannabis becoming more available for both recreational and medicinal use, research on the effects of cannabis is becoming much more common. More than half of all states have legalized the use of cannabis medicinally and ten states allow recreational use. The possibility of legalization in New York State seems more likely by the day. …

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