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Zero Prostate Cancer Run Walk Omaha 2022

The Zero Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Omaha 2022 is one of the largest charity events to benefit prostate cancer research and treatment in the world. Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer that affects males. Statistics show that as many as two in every three men will be affected by prostate cancer…
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Is Hovering Over a Toilet Seat a Good Idea?

Ladies know all too well about a method called the hovering-over-the-toilet-seat technique. We call it a technique because it takes more practice than most men might think! Training begins at an early age as mothers teach their daughters to hover. Many people use this technique when visiting public places such as a shopping mall, or…
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What Is Key-In-Lock (Urinary Urge) Syndrome?

It happens when we get home, when we arrive at work or when we arrive at the mall. We can’t help but have an overwhelming need to go to the bathroom. When we say overwhelming, it is both immediate and critical. Part of this all-consuming need is a fear that we won’t make it to…
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Low Sodium Recipes for Kidney Healthy Meals

For most people, the higher the sodium intake, the higher their blood pressure will be. High sodium intake can lead to health issues such as congestive heart failure, chronic kidney disease (CKD), cardiovascular disease, and hypertension. Therefore, it is important to limit sodium intake with the food and meals you eat. Understand you do not…
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Vasectomy Recovery: Why March Is a Popular Time?

A vasectomy is a male equivalent of having one’s tubes tied and is a 99 percent successful method of contraception. The vasectomy procedure takes around 30 minutes and requires a couple of days rest while the swelling goes down and things return to normal. Patients should refrain from having intercourse for a few days and…
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