November 2008 | Men's Health
The Revolution in Prostate Cancer Management
Phranq Dominic Tamburri, NMD
Active surveillance and integrative medicine on the front line
Testosterone and Prostate Cancer:
The Myths Revealed
Bronner Handwerger, ND
In the recent past, it has been suggested that the presence of excess testosterone in a male might increase the likelihood of prostate cancer, but the urological community has not found any correlation. This article also includes a literature review of testosterone and prostate cancer studies.
Vis Medicatrix Naturae
Natural Treatments for Hemorrhoids
Nirala Jacobi, ND
Getting Men to Take Care of Their Health
Shandor Weiss, ND, LAc
Reasons for the disparity between male and female healthcare behaviors, and some solutions for getting men to become patients and be proactive with their health.
Pain in the Pelvis
Geovanni Espinosa, ND, LAc, RH, CNS
A look at diagnosing chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome, as well as causes and treatment options. Also included are recommendations for the evaluation of Category III CP/CPPS.
Jacob Schor, ND FABNO
A look at existing coenzyme Q10 product forms and their effectiveness, as well as a look at ubiquinol, the “new kid on the block.”
Case Study: Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
Time modalities bring out the keys to this case.
Message from the President
Fraser Smith, NUHS
A rotating column from the presidents of naturopathic medical colleges.
What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community
• Regulation of NDs Bill Passes in Minnesota
• Canada’s Bill C-51 Dissolved
• AANP Convention Awards
• FTC Stops Bogus Cancer Care Claims
• Brady Named Vice Provost
• Bastyr Building Receives “Green” Award
What Shall We Become This Winter?
David Schleich, PhD
Taking a look at key tactics during a time of transformation. Part of a continuing series.