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  • Bearded & Tschorn: Calling on Southland celebs to give lip service

     
    The collective charity mustache farming effort known as Movember marked its first week on Saturday, and upper lips around the country are starting to fill out with the "hairy ribbons" being grown to raise money and awareness for men's health......
  • Movember Wrap: U.S. ' 'stache-thletes' raise record $2.6 million for charity

     
    It's Dec. 1, which means "Movember" has drawn to a close, and the group mustache grow raising money and awareness for men's health issues (specifically prostate and testicular cancer research and treatment) has officially ended. You can see all the......
  • Sorry, guys, extra coffee and gym time aren't enough in the prostate-cancer fight

     
    Drink coffee! Work out! For men who want to prevent prostate cancer (which is to say: all of them), those would appear to be the much-publicized take-home messages of two new studies released this week. This is fine advice --......
  • What's a screening worth? It depends on your risks and fears

     
    The suggestion that women under age 50 might not need regular mammograms outraged many Americans just a few weeks ago. But that was just the tip of the screen-regularly-or-not iceberg. Colon cancer, prostate cancer, cervical cancer -- a case can......
  • Benign neglect may be best for many prostate cancers

     
    For most men over 65 with localized prostate cancer, conservative management of their tumor -- which might be characterized as benign neglect or wait and treat only if symptoms occur -- may be the best course of action, according to......
  • Doctors don't adequately discuss prostate tests with patients

     
    Half of men who received a PSA test for prostate cancer were not asked if they wanted it, despite national guidelines recommending that physicians thoroughly discuss the issue with their patients, according to a new telephone survey. More than two-thirds....
  • Minimally invasive prostate surgery may increase the risk of some complications

     
    More men who need prostate-cancer surgery are choosing minimally invasive techniques because these surgeries typically lead to shorter hospital stays and decrease many types of complications, including pain. This type of surgery, which often includes...
  • Viral link to prostate tumors questioned

     
    A new study conducted in Germany contradicts at least two earlier studies by finding no link between prostate tumors and a virus that had been found in some tumors. University of Utah researchers recently reported that they found traces of......
  • Did the American Cancer Society really change its tune on screening?

     
    To hear the New York Times tell it, the American Cancer Society has just had an epiphany about screening for breast and prostate cancer: The benefits of catching some cancers early must be weighed against the harms of treating tumors......
  • Fighting men's cancers with facial hair

     
    A campaign to raise the public's awareness of prostate and testicular is underway around the world, although it's perhaps not noticeable just yet. The annual event, called Movember, encourages men to grow moustaches for the month of November and for......
  • Bearded & Tschorn: A Movember battle of the media mustaches?

     
    If the guys in your office are starting to look a bit like they've got a sprinkling of black pepper on their upper lip, chances are they're participating in Movember, a month-long charity mustache cultivation ("mo" is Australian slang for......