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Prostatitis Symptoms and Treatment

Prostatitis Symptoms and Treatment

The term prostatitis describes inflammation of the prostate gland. Unlike other prostatic conditions, prostatitis affects younger and older men alike. It is common, affecting up to 1 in 12 men in their lifetime and keeping urologists busy.

If you have symptoms of prostatitis, your physician will want to determine the severity

Anti-Inflammatory Diet: It Could Be Your Key to Pain Prevention

Anti-Inflammatory Diet: It Could Be Your Key to Pain Prevention

Does an anti-inflammatory diet play a role in pain prevention? It’s a worthy—and natural—strategy, considering that pain management has spawned an opioid crisis—one of the worst public health crises of our time. (See the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services post “HHS Acting Secretary Declares Public Health Emergency to

Kidney Pain: What’s Behind It?

Kidney Pain: What’s Behind It?

Because kidney pain location is frequently focused in the upper back, it’s easy to mistake kidney pain for upper back pain. But kidney pain isn’t related to muscular issues, or to other causes of back pain, such as the pinched nerve that can trigger spinal stenosis symptoms. Kidney pain also

Pain Behind Knee? Injury vs. Disease-Related Causes

Pain Behind Knee? Injury vs. Disease-Related Causes

Pain behind knee can be caused by a variety of conditions, the vast majority of which are injury-related. Some systemic diseases, however, can cause pain-behind-knee symptoms, and some life-threatening diseases also can be a source.

Here, we take a closer look at injuries as well as diseases that might lead to

Put Your Best Foot Forward

For people with bunion—a deformity of the metatarsophalangeal joint that causes a bony bump off of the big toe—years may pass with little more trouble than a limited choice of shoes. For many people, though, bunions eventually become painful and can limit function.

A visit to the podiatrist usually yields conservative

Internal Medicine Newsbriefs

Minimally Invasive Surgery Riskier for Early Cervical Cancer
A stunning new study published in October in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that minimally invasive surery (MIS) is associated with a higher risk of cervical cancer recurrence than traditional surgery. In the study, 300 women had MIS to remove the

Acute Bronchitis: 7 Hacks for Getting Past a Chest Cold

Acute Bronchitis: 7 Hacks for Getting Past a Chest Cold

Which would you rather have—a head cold, or a chest cold? Pick your poison, right? A head cold can take you out of play for a few days, thanks to all the typical symptoms—sinus congestion, clogged ears, watery eyes, a runny nose, chapped skin on your face from all the

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