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Healthy diet and lifestyle habits go a long way in managing gout symptoms.

Guide to Gout: Avoiding Flare-Ups

If you’ve experienced a gout flare-up, you’re not alone. In fact, gout affects over 9 million people in the United States. It’s a common, painful condition, but there are plenty of ways you can manage gout and avoid flare-ups.…

PEA is a naturally occurring fatty acid derivative made in your body, both animals and humans make PEA as part of a healthy immune response.

The Incredible Benefits of PEA (Palmitoylethanolamide): What You Need to Know

Not to be confused with the tiny green pea that many enjoy at dinner time, this PEA is short for palmitoylethanolamide. PEA is a naturally occurring fatty acid derivative made in your body, found in small amounts in certain foods, …

Both men and women should prioritize taking good care of their bladder.

Bladder-Friendly Foods

Bladder health is rarely a topic of conversation, but it should be talked about just as much as heart health. And just like your heart, your bladder doesn’t discriminate – both men and women should prioritize taking good care of …

Learn more about male fertility and what to expect if you’re scheduled for a semen analysis.

Getting a Semen Analysis: Answering Your Questions

Starting a family isn’t always easy, and fertility isn’t just a concern for women. If you’ve been trying to conceive for a year without success, it might be time to seek fertility advice. Your healthcare provider may suggest a semen …

There are plenty of ways you can help support your sperm quality and fertility in your day-to-day life.

Male Fertility: Five Myths vs. Facts

One out of every eight couples will have trouble conceiving. And about one-third of the time, it’s an issue with male fertility. If you and your partner are having difficulty conceiving, you may need to have a semen analysis …

This article shares what every man should know about prostate health changes and aging.

Prostate Health Changes: What Every Man Should Know

Your prostate health changes as you age. During adolescence, as testosterone levels increase, your prostate grows to roughly walnut size. The prostate gland secretes seminal fluid for supporting sperm flow and is crucial to reproductive health.  

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