Don't delay! Preventive measures now can help you later.
Learn what patients and their partners can expect following a radical prostatectomy.
You don't have to give up your favorites, but some types are best eaten in moderation.
Problems with the gland are almost inevitable, but there are ways to keep it healthy.
If you want to stay away from prescription meds, try a few remedies that nature offers.

The Latest from Giddy

Guidelines concerning testing, biopsies and treatment have been updated in recent years.
Some research suggests there may be benefits, but the correlation is still being explored.
Broaching a potentially uncomfortable topic might just save your life.
As part of an overall regimen, the practice may yield physical, mental and sexual rewards.
Making even small changes to what you do (and don't) eat can improve the gland's health.
Think this is too boring to read? Well, having more sex is one of the suggestions.
Besides driving ejaculation, the gland produces an enzyme that helps regulate its own growth.
You hear about dietary options all the time, but here's some help to decide what's best for you.
Whole grains, fruits, veggies can lower the risk of aggressive cancer and high PSA, studies say.
Cancer isn't the only form of prostate disease, and women can help their partner spot problems.