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by Giddy Staff
New tests and technology are leading to better detection and individualized treatment.
by Helen Massy
Personal choices may—or may not—affect your chances of getting and surviving cancer.
by Kurtis Bright
Understanding the key components that drive the disease can help you make screening choices.
You made it through the initial diagnosis. What happens next will determine a course of action.
You've been referred to a urologist because an exam revealed something. What comes next?
It's often difficult to see this disease coming. Find out why—and what you should watch for.
Medical modalities are ever-improving, but surgery and radiation can be rough on the body.
While interventions have come a long way, a major procedure might be the only option.
Treating the disease is not all (prostatectomy) or nothing. You have not-so-drastic options.
Follow-up care and lifestyle adjustments are crucial to managing the expected long-term issues.
The weeks and months after intervention can be trying, even if all goes well.
Most men experience some erectile difficulty during the first year; others face a longer road.
by Bonnie Azoulay Elmann
Understanding Your Prostate
A Plant-Based Diet Is Palatable to Your Prostate
Whole grains, fruits, veggies can lower the risk of aggressive cancer and high PSA, studies say.
By Chris Gerbasi
Prostate Play or No Way?
Our Q&A should encourage you to explore your hidden—and hot—erogenous zone.
By Madeleine Williams, MPH
Healthy Proteins. Healthy Fats. Healthy Prostate.
Like the other parts of your body, your prostate needs the right foods to stay healthy.
By Eric Schad
The History of the Prostate
Do we take our knowledge about prostates for granted? Maybe, but it's all thanks to research.
By Jason Crosby
Two Prostate Conditions May Be Why You're Peeing So Much
If you are urinating more frequently than usual, it could be caused by prostatitis or BPH.
By Erin Coleman