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Sep 09, 2020

10 Men’s Sexual Health Questions That Are Too Embarrassing to Ask

Sometimes asking questions about sex can be embarrassing—even for adults. Don't worry, we've got answers. Here are questions ranging from alcohol and sex to ejaculation disorders. Check out these answers from our men's health doctors.

Aug 17, 2020

How to Increase Male Fertility With Healthy Sperm

Lots of factors go into keeping sperm healthy. Of course diet and exercise play a part. Read about what healthy sperm are and how to keep your swimmers going strong.

Feb 18, 2020

Diabetes and ED: Symptoms, Treatment

Believe it or not, erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a symptom of diabetes. Men need healthy blood vessels and nerves to get an erection. High blood sugar from diabetes can damage these blood vessels and nerves. Learn more about ED treatment and diabetes

Jan 29, 2020

How Healthy Is Your Prostate?

It's a small organ that can cause big problems.

Jan 21, 2020

Male Infertility – Get Tested, Get Treated

Fifteen percent of couples struggle with infertility, an often frustrating problem that affects both men and women equally. Learn more about how men's health providers at U of U Health can help you find treatments to combat male infertility.

Jan 06, 2020

How Nutrition Affects Your Prostate, Bladder, & Sperm

We know nutrition is key to our health, but did you know it can also reduce your chances of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) and prostate cancer? It can also improve your sperm health. Check out our list of recommendations.

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The Scope

Treating Erectile Dysfunction without Surgery

Sep 16, 2020

Erectile dysfunction can cause stress, self-confidence, and relationship problems. It's no wonder men are embarrassed to talk about it and often seek solutions on their own. Urologist Dr. John Smith says a majority of the patients he sees are for ED, so there is no need to be ashamed. Dr. Smith talks about how he diagnoses the possible causes, the first-line treatment options he recommends and assures men a doctor can find the best solution regardless of the cause.

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How to Get Your Child Off the Pacifier

Aug 27, 2020

For many parents, the pacifier was a godsend in helping soothe their infant—especially for those fussy late nights. But prolonged use of the binky may lead to dental problems and orthodontic work, and in some cases, even hinder speech development. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner explains when and why your child should stop using a pacifier and shares her strategies for getting your child off the binky for good.

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The Importance of Exercise for Aging Women

Aug 27, 2020

For women over 50, it’s “move it or lose it,” says women's health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones. Weak bones from osteoporosis or creaky joints from arthritis are more likely to develop with age. The best way to prevent these conditions is exercise. Dr. Jones highlights the importance of exercise in aging women and offer some easy ways to keep yourself moving.

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Are Heart Attacks on the Rise in Young Women?

Aug 18, 2020

Doctors once assumed that women didn't have to worry about heart attacks until menopause, but a new study contradicts that. New findings reveal an increase in women suffering heart attacks—more alarmingly, an increase in young women. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones discusses the findings and why women should care about their heart health.

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