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A new study suggests Black men may benefit from earlier, more frequent PSA screenings.
AASECT-certified sex therapist, Savannah Van Besien answers your most intimate questions.
Some studies link ejaculation frequency to the likelihood of developing prostate cancer.
The oft-dreaded procedure might not be as bad as you think, and cancer isn't always the outcome.
Beyond providing orgasms, prostate massage may hold upsides for your pelvic floor.
This inflammation of the prostate is easy to test for and simple to treat—if you don't wait.
What's behind this prostate condition and how do you know you've developed it?
Prostate enlargement is part of aging. It can be managed if mild and treated if bothersome.
Many men will develop benign prostatic hyperplasia. Find out how it might affect your life.
This natural enlargement of the prostate isn't cancerous but may cause uncomfortable symptoms.