Anyone who has a prostate, including transgender women and nonbinary people assigned male at birth, can get prostate cancer. An LGBTQIA+ health specialist shares what you need to know about possible symptoms and when to get screened.
An occupational therapist shares the benefits physical exercise can have on your recovery from prostate cancer and prostate surgery.
Physical therapists explain how Kegels can help people who’ve had prostate surgery regain continence and stop urinary leakage.
Could more sex reduce your risk of prostate cancer? Some research indicates the answer could be yes.
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Our expert outlines what foods might help prevent the development of prostate cancer and which ones put you at risk.