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7 Vegetables You’re Probably Not Eating But Should Be…

Attention meat lovers! Recent studies show that vegetarians have lower blood pressure than their meat-eating counterparts. But does that mean you have to give up your weekends at The Salt Lick? Absolutely not. Just because you eat meat doesn’t mean you can’t load up on tasty veggies, too.  In fact, produce enhances your protein. So consider these seven nutrient-rich vegetables to keep your diet balanced and your body healthy.

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Testosterone Therapy and Heart Attacks– Don’t Let the Recent Headlines Scare You

Chances are you’ve seen TV commercials and have heard the term “Low-T” – a catch phrase referring to low testosterone. Drug companies have marketed heavily to consumers in recent years, urging men to consider hormones to treat the symptoms of “low T”. And it’s worked.

Testosterone therapy can help men suffering from low sexual desire,

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Low ‘T’: What is it and more importantly, what can be done about it?

Men can’t help but see the barrage of low testosterone commercials strategically placed during professional football games or even the evening news. Perhaps that explains why we see a marked increase in the number of men presenting with low testosterone.

Men start to experience a gradual decline in testosterone after age 30.  Low Testosterone affects 1 in 3 men over the age of 45.

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Low Testosterone Urology Update


Dr. David Cuellar talks with ESPN Radio Hosts Bucky & Erin about Movember

ESPN Radio’s Bucky & Erin caught up with Dr. David Cuellar at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse to talk about all things Movember. Click here to listen to the audio clip of Dr. Cuellar talking about some very important men’s health issues including prostate, cancer, testicular cancer, and mental illness: Cuellar, Bucky & Erin

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Men Face Higher “Cancer Burden” than Women

As reported by the Guardian, a UK study entitled “Excess Cancer Burden in Men” has brought a sobering finding to light — namely, that men are 35 percent more likely than women to die of cancer. But that’s not the whole of it — the study also found that the difference leaps to 67 percent where reproductive cancers are concerned.

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Urology Austin Physicians Have “Shaved” the Date – Movember is here!

On November 1st, Urology Austin physicians Dr. David Cuellar and Dr. Robert Northway shaved like most other days. But for the rest of the month, they’re throwing their razors away and sprouting mustaches like thousands of other men around Central Texas and around the world in honor of ‘Movember’.

Last month, millions donned pink in honor of breast cancer awareness month.

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The “West Austin News” Reports on Urology Austin’s Fight Against Prostate Cancer, Featuring Dr. Jeff Kocurek and Survivors Larry Laden and Van Wilks

Last week the “West Austin News” ran a front page story on Urology Austin’s Dash for Dad 5K benefitting prostate cancer at Camp Mabry on October 27th. The report highlights the survival stories of Texas Music Hall of Famer Van Wilks, and local West Austin attorney, Larry Laden.  Both men are strong proponents for the early detection of prostate cacner and both credit their survival to regualr PSA screenings. 

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An Interesting Debate on PSA Testing

The Wall Street Journal published a very interesting article today with a debate on PSA testing between Richard Ablin, the person who discovered the prostate-specific antigen in 1970, and Oliver Sartor, Medical Director at Tulane Cancer Center in New Orleans.  To read the entire article pelase go to:  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444301704577631431570809256.html#

Urology Austin believes that while PSA is not a perfect test,

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