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Do you know what’s inside your colon?

Have you ever wondered what the inside of your colon looks like? March is National Colo-Rectal Cancer Month  

When to pursue testosterone replacement therapy

Low testosterone can be the source of plenty of annoyances for men. The most obvious one? Just turn on a football game and wait for the commercials for little blue pills. But those little blue pills only address one aspect of what could be the cause of many more problems that can have just as  

What does it mean to have blood in your urine?

Blood in your urine. It sounds so ominous. Let’s be honest: It conjures up unpleasant images of staring  

Selena Gomez: ‘I was absolutely broken inside’

A version of this story discussing Selena Gomez’s lupus originally ran on Oct. 12, 2015. We’re updating it  

Fear enclosed spaces? St. Elizabeth’s new MRI scanners offer more space and comfort

OK, now you’re in a bit of a panic. You hurt your shoulder, and the doctor ordered an MRI. To say that you dread the idea of lying still for 30 minutes inside the MRI machine is an understatement. To help patients who might feel anxious or nervous about enclosed spaces, St. Elizabeth now offers new,  

7 reasons men would see a urologist

It’s rare for men to go directly to urologists. It usually happens through a referral from a primary care physician after you are screened for men’s health issues.   According to Dr. Noah Allen, urologist at St. Elizabeth Physicians, here are seven of the most common reasons why a man would end up in a  

Is Ben Stiller’s PSA advice sound?

Actor Ben Stiller made headlines last week when he said a PSA test saved his life.  That’s a  

Do middle-aged men get enough sleep?

About a third of men between the ages of 30 and 49 are only getting between four and  

A PSA on prostate cancer testing

Prostate cancer is the second-most common form of cancer among men, and it’s the second-leading cause of cancer