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‘Man Up’ this #GROWvember for men’s health
Men (and women) manned up for men’s health this month, raising awareness to men’s health below-the-belt. More than 40 people participated in Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s annual #GROWvember beard-growing competition. #GROWvember isread more
Know your symptoms: 3 signs of testicular cancer
Testicular cancer is a sensitive subject. Testicular cancer is not common but is most frequently found in men between the ages of 15 and 30. It is easily diagnosed, highly treatable andread more
Know your symptoms: 4 signs of prostate cancer
Low flow? Burning sensation? Frequent urination? These can be symptoms of prostate tumors. “Prostate enlargement is almost universal in men beyond the age of 55 or 60,” shared JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robertread more
Prostate Cancer: Tim Nill’s PSA on PSAs
Men’s health. Prostate checks. Biopsies. They’re like cheap thrills. I make jokes because if we don’t laugh, we cry. My name is Tim Nill. Three years ago, doctors diagnosed me with prostateread more
Know your symptoms: 2 signs of bladder cancer
Bloody or dark urine? It may be bladder cancer. When cells within the bladder grow at an uncontrollable rate, bladder cancer begins. “The first sign of bladder cancer can be blood inread more