Meeting the challenges of reconstructive urology - Where are we now?
This is based on the 2018 Storz Urology Lecture at the BAPS Conference and is a personal review of three reconstructive paediatric urological conditions: hypospadias...
10 days ago - Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Reduced mortality with testosterone therapy unrelated to CVD risk factors in men with type 2 diabetes
Testosterone therapy was shown to reduce mortality in men with type 2 diabetes regardless of improvements in cardiovascular disease risk factors, according to findings...
16 days ago - Healio
Patients with IBD at higher risk for sexual dysfunction
Patients with inflammatory bowel disease have a significantly higher risk for developing sexual dysfunction, according to a meta-analysis published in Inflammatory Bowel...
18 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
Midlife PSA levels predict risk for aggressive prostate cancer among black men
Baseline PSA levels obtained during midlife appeared to predict the long-term risk for aggressive prostate cancer among a cohort of black men, according to a study published in...
19 days ago - Healio
Guideline supports shorter radiation therapy option in prostate cancer
The American Society for Radiation Oncology, ASCO and the American Urological Association have published a guideline supporting moderately hypofractionated external beam...
1 month ago - Healio - 2 articles
Limiting protein intake may enhance response to immunotherapy
Restricting protein intake may improve responses to immunotherapy, according to study results published in Clinical Cancer Research. Roberto Pili, MD, Robert Wallace Miller...
1 month ago - Healio
Later Fatherhood May Up Risk for Adverse Perinatal Outcomes
Older paternal age was linked to greater odds of gestational diabetes, preterm birth, low birth weight, neonatal morbidity, and low Apgar scores in a large retrospective...
1 month ago - Medscape
'Anti-aging molecule' could improve liver and kidney treatments
Blocking an enzyme that limits the activity of the 'anti-aging molecule' NAD+ could be a way to protect the liver and kidneys from damage, study suggests.
1 month ago - Medical News Today
Prolonged ADT may improve survival in high-Gleason grade prostate cancer
Prolonged androgen deprivation therapy was associated with improved survival among men with Gleason grade groups 4 and 5 prostate cancer, but optimal treatment durations...
1 month ago - Healio - 3 articles
Undiagnosed prediabetes common among men with primary infertility
Many men presenting with primary infertility also had undiagnosed prediabetes, and these men were more likely to have lower circulating total testosterone and sex...
1 month ago - Healio
The headlines of Master Doctor
Quarter of Parents not Prepared for 'Parenting Hangover'
A quarter of parents of young children who drink alcohol on special occasions are not prepared for the day after the hangover. They do not think on limiting how much they drink...
Simple Tips to Help Families Handle and Navigate the Digital World
Digital devices and touchscreens like iPad and smartphones have invaded and occupied our lives which forces parents and caregivers to take an extra mile to make their children...
Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors Have High Risk of Solid Tumors in the...
Survivors of Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma have high risk of developing new solid cancer types in the future, especially a sub-group of the survivors have increased risk.
Number of American Teens Who Vape is Growing at an Alarming Rate: Survey
The number of American teenagers who vape is increasing at an alarming rate, finds a new survey.
School-based Nutritional Programs Can Reduce Obesity in Students
School-based nutritional policies and programs can reduce body mass index and cut down obesity risk among students, reveals a new study.
Early Follow-up Decreases Death Risk, Hospital Admission in Heart Failure...
Heart failure patients have a decreased risk of death, hospital admission if seen by a doctor in the first seven days after emergency department discharge, finds a new study.
Front-of-Package Food Labels Encourage Healthier Eating: Study
Nutrition labels on front of food packaging can promote healthier food choices, reports a new study.
Excess Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines: New Study
Misuse of benzodiazepines among U.S adults is on the rise for anxiety and sleeplessness which could be reduced by behavioral treatment
New Drug Offers Hope for Patients with Bone Marrow Cancer
New study offers hope for patients with a serious type of bone marrow cancer as a new therapeutic drug has revealed improved outcomes and survival rates.
Weight Training: Low Reps or High Reps for Weight Loss?
Cardio burns more calories than weight training, so you should do more cardio to lose weight, right? It's true that unless you're doing low-intensity cardio, you burn more...