Understanding prostate cancer surgery

Posted on: 28 November 2016

Prostate cancer surgery, also known as prostatectomy is a procedure carried out by a surgeon to remove the prostate gland along with the cancer contained within it. Usually, the operation also involves the removal of the tubes that carry semen (seminal vesicles). It is a major operation, and therefore, it is not suitable for everyone with prostate cancer. Rather, it is recommended for younger, otherwise fit men whose cancer has not spread beyond the confines of the prostate gland or those with a high grade, fast growing tumour.
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Why Am I So Tired After Waking?

Posted on: 23 November 2016

If you seem to still be tired each morning after waking from sleep, there may be an issue with how you are sleeping. Here are some potential medical issues that can lead to your sleep not leaving you refreshed.  Not getting enough sleep If you are cutting your sleep short each night, even by a few minutes, you can find that you accumulate a sleep debt which is not repaid at the end of each night of sleep.
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Orthodontics: Main Benefits of Opting For Invisalign Treatment

Posted on: 9 November 2016

Over the years, more adults are paying attention to the appearance of their teeth, especially if they did not receive orthodontic treatment when they were younger. However, a primary concern that these adults have is how conspicuous metallic braces are. As such, there are looking for alternative solutions that would restore crooked or misaligned teeth, without their peers having to know that they are undergoing orthodontic treatment. Luckily, advances in technology in the dental industry not provide you with other alternatives when it comes to tooth straightening.
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4 Reasons People with HIV Should Engage in Regular Exercise

Posted on: 7 November 2016

If you've been diagnosed with HIV, a proper exercise regime should be seen as part of your treatment strategy. As well as improving your mood, exercise comes with plenty of benefits, especially for anyone who is HIV-positive. Here are just four reasons why you should dust off your running shoes, pick up a gym membership, or pump up the tires on your bike. 1. Exercise May Improve Brain Functioning
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