Using an MRI to Detect Prostate Cancer—The Challenges

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a scanning technique for creating detailed images of the human body. The scan uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of parts of the body that cannot be seen as well with X-rays, CT scans, or ultrasound. Recently, in a video interview with

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9 Things You Can Try to Conquer Premature Ejaculation

When young men first start having sex, they can easily be overly excited and suffer from premature ejaculation. An experience like this usually ends in embarrassment. But of course, as they age, most men become accustomed to sexual encounters, and the problem falls away. However, for some, it does not fade. For these

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Australian State to End HIV Transmission by 2020

Among gay and bisexual men in America during the 1980’s, HIV emerged as a major health crisis. But it didn’t stop there, in Australia at around the same time, HIV began spreading as well. Health officials spent millions over the past three decades to curb the transmission of the virus. Including, TV

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Hugging That Leads To Orgasms—How?

What is an orgasm? An orgasm is a physical and/or emotional sensation experienced at the peak of sexual excitation and activity. It usually results from stimulation of the sexual organ and other sensitive areas of the body. Orgasms in males are usually accompanied by ejaculation. Of course, most of us have had

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Rumor Has It These Male Stars Have a Small Penis

We all see the leading Hollywood stars in the latest blockbuster movies. We see their ribbed abs, their flowing hair, their insanely chiseled features, and their smiles that will knock your pants off. Of course, if everything is so deliciously appearing, you would think your Hollywood man-crush has it all. He has a fortune,

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The Erectus Shot® Helps Maintain an Erection 

Erectile dysfunction is a condition wherein a man cannot attain nor maintain a full erection for the duration of intercourse. This dysfunction can result from a failure to fill, initiate, or store the necessary volume of blood within the lacunar network in the penis. Unfortunately, an increasing number of men suffer from this very

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Does Cancer Attacks Discriminately?

In the United States, prostate cancer is the second most deadly variety for men, second only to melanoma. Unfortunately, this disease does not hit every man in equal fashion. As a man ages, the likelihood of him developing cancer increases. Men 70 years old and older are at the greatest risk of facing

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Can Being Uncircumcised Increase the Risk of HIV?

There is an abundance of preventative measures to take to ward off HIV. Namely, wearing a condom, being regularly tested, and of course, abstinence. Still, there are some things that can increase your risk of contracting the STI. Being uncircumcised may be one of them, according to a study published in the

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You Can Be a Monster in Bed Despite a Small Penis!

Have you ever watched porn and wondered how something could be so big? Well, do not be deceived, those men are exceptional and rare. The Truth and The Average In the United States, the average erect penis size is 4.7 inches to 6.3 inches long. In truth, the commotion surrounding penis size

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Could Masturbation Lead to Premature Ejaculation?

Premature Ejaculation and The Blame Premature ejaculation is an abrupt, or short, sexual performance. It often leads to dissatisfaction on the part of one or both partners. For the most part, the ensuing negativity lies with the man who suffers from this condition. At first, he may withdraw from having sex, losing his

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A Medical Look at Premature Ejaculation

What does the medical community consider premature ejaculation? Simply put, the answer is complicated because how long sex should last is in all ways subjective. Therefore, labeling a sexual experience as “not long enough” or “too long” is subjective to the two partners taking part in the experience. However, there are some

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Infertility’s Unpleasant Baggage

Infertility’s Unpleasant Baggage

For centuries, men have preferred marrying women younger than themselves. From an evolutionary standpoint, some suggest, it has been embedded into our DNA to choose women younger than us—albeit a year or 10 years younger. The reason supporting this theory is simple. They’ll be better able to carry on the human race.

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Can Coffee Actually Affect a Man’s Fertility?

Surprisingly enough, the question begs: Can coffee actually affect a man’s fertility? It is no secret that men are more pressed for time today than any other era in history. There are so many varying factors in life that quite often getting enough sleep is too difficult. To that end, some men

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Does Penis Size Matter?

[Note from the Editor: While this article highlights penis size in correlation to vaginal orgasm, the same thought applies to gay couples who enjoy anal sex.] The size of a man’s penis is at the core of who he is, or at least that is how some feel. When a man’s weapon

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Hooray for Same-Sex Parents!

Evidence shows that children of same-sex parents are being raised very well, as compared to children raised by opposite-sex parents.  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) announced its approval of same-sex marriage. “Children thrive in families that are stable and that provide permanent security, and the way we do that is through

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Why Has the Sperm Count of Western Men Dropped Significantly?

Though infertility has been on the uprise in industrialized countries for decades, a new study finds that the Western world is suffering the most. What could some contributing factors be? What could be a solution? A study, published in the journal Human Reproduction Update, looked at 43,000 men from a variety of

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Could Exercise Improve the Prostate Cancer Survival Rate?

In the modern United States, prostate cancer is survivable. While some factors play into the general survival of diseases, one major factor is an early diagnosis. Nearly 3.3 million American men are survivors of prostate cancer, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). These men account for 21% of all survivors worldwide.

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Who Suffers from Erectile Dysfunction?

Once an inability to create or sustain an erection suitable for penetration, impotence is now erectile dysfunction. Few things are quite as uniquely embarrassing as erectile dysfunction. It is no surprise then that a man would do anything to conceal his issue. However, any underlying causes can lead to problems in a relationship,

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Who are Most at Risk for STDs and HIV?

According to a Dudy published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, men and women between the ages of 15 and 25 are most likely to contract an STD and HIV. Why is that not shocking? We know that young adults in their late teens and twenties are at their sexual peak. We

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A Look at Premature Ejaculation

The most common type of premature ejaculation is not lifelong. Perhaps as a result of anxiety over sex, or being a late bloomer, premature ejaculation is embarrassing for any man. For a late bloomer, usually, his first time was with a partner could be with someone who’s had more sexual encounters than him. After that,

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