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7 Symptoms Men Should Never Ignore

Men are infamous for ignoring their health issues. Complaining about aches and pains somehow seems unmanly to many men. According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, that’s one reason men are more likely than women to avoid going to the doctor. In fact, three out of four people who have not seen a doctor in… read more »

Urine-Sniffing Dogs Used in the Detection of Prostate Cancer

Also known as “man’s best friend” dogs may also prove to be his best doctor. According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, a study published in this month’s Journal of Urology revealed that two properly trained German Shepherds could detect prostate cancer by sniffing the urine samples of participants in more than 9 out of 10… read more »

Men…Is Incontinence Affecting Your Quality of Life?

From surgical side effects to overactive bladder, there are several reasons for male urinary incontinence. But according to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, there are several very effective treatment options can help relieve it. Incontinence happens when your bladder’s sphincter muscle is not strong enough to hold back the urine. It can also happen when your bladder… read more »

Winning The War Against Cancer

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, a new report indicates that we – as a country – are making slow but steady progress against cancer, with an ongoing decrease in cancer deaths. The total cancer death rate fell an average of 1.5 percent per year in the period of time from 2002 to 2011,… read more »

Stop Smoking or Risk Recurring Prostate Cancer!

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, new studies reveal that smoking doubles the risk that prostate cancer will return post-surgery. This is a relatively new analysis, but it seems to corroborate results that have been witnessed in many other types of cancer. Essentially, smoking increases the risk of cancer recurrence after initial treatment. For… read more »

The Link Between Testicular Cancer and Prostate Cancer Risk

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, new studies indicate that men who’ve had testicular cancer may be at elevated risk for prostate cancer, although that risk is low. Men who have been diagnosed with testicular cancer should talk with their urologist about evaluating their risk for prostate cancer, given there may be an increased… read more »

Smoking Now Linked to Prostate Cancer

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, you can now add breast cancer, prostate cancer, kidney failure, liver damage and all types of infections to the long list of health risks associated with each pack of cigarettes. A recent study has expanded the number of medical problems associated with smoking. While the connection between smoking… read more »

Are you taking the right supplements for prostate health?

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, natural supplements are vital to men’s health for a number of reasons. No matter how hard you try to follow a healthy diet, you simply can’t get all the nutrients your body needs. This is particularly true if you are fighting disease, recovering from treatment or just want… read more »

Don’t Give Up on Your Resolutions!

As each new year begins, people flood gyms all over the country, resolving to lose weight and start a diet plan on the quest for better health. But by February, many of these people are back to their old habits, leaving the gyms and running trails to the regulars. If that has happened to you,… read more »

Miami Urologist Warns: Double Death Risk for Prostate Cancer Patients Who Smoke

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, a new study shows that smoking doubles the chances that a prostate cancer patient’s disease will spread, eventually ending in death from the illness. Researchers found that people who smoke experienced a higher risk of their tumor coming back or spreading and, ultimately, a higher death rate. But… read more »