Whether it’s from a simple cut, a nosebleed, or a serious injury, seeing your own blood is rarely a good sign. After all, unless you’re donating blood, your blood is supposed to remain inside your body, not on the outside. The same holds true if you see blood in your
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Many types of cancer occur more commonly in older adults. For most men, concerns about cancers of the prostate, colon, and other areas of the body grow with age.
Testicular cancer is one exception, occurring more often in young and middle-aged men. In fact, the average age of a man diagnosed
People could be putting their lives at risk by dismissing potential warning signs of cancer as less serious symptoms, according to a 2014 study (PLOS ONE, Dec. 2). More than half of the study’s 1,724 respondents said they had experienced at least one red-flag cancer “alarm” symptom during the previous
Q. How do I know if I have testicular cancer?
A. Testicular cancer is most common in younger or middle-aged men, although it can occur in older men, as well. And, compared to other types of cancer, testicular cancer is relatively uncommon, occurring in only about one in every 263 American
You encounter them in everyday plastics, processed foods, and even your sunscreen or makeup yet you likely don’t even realize it. Endocrine disruptor health implications can be serious. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself.