What is RSS

RSS is a way to tell your favorite websites to let you know when they have new content. RSS also allows you to access this content on your own timetable. RSS does not clog up your email.

First, you pick an RSS Feed Reader. A couple of free and easy to use ones are Google Reader and Bloglines.

Second, when you see an RSS icon, click it. The page that comes up will give you everything you need to enable the content you want to come to you.

For a simple and quick video description of how RSS works, view the video at the bottom of this page.

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By: John's Hopkins Medical Center
February 2, 2010
Can an active lifestyle protect a man from prostate cancer? Research reported in the journal Cancer Causes and Control (Volume 19, page 107) suggests that it might ... Complete article
By: John's Hopkins Medical Center
December 29, 2009
  If you've tried medication for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and it hasn't controlled your symptoms, it's time to consider a different approach. That used to mean surgery to remove excess prostate tissue. But today you have a number of less invasive options, including a new laser procedure called photoselective vaporization of the prostate (PVP) or GreenLight laser therapy. Complete article
By: Center for Disease Control
November 3, 2009
Men with lower cholesterol are less likely than those with higher levels to develop high-grade prostate cancer. Complete article
By: David Hobbs, LAC
August 25, 2011
Dr Hobbs explains how acupuncture relieves hot flashes in men, how many treatments may be needed based on your symptoms, and estimated costs for sessions. Complete podcast
By: Tony Malizia, MD
May 3, 2010
Tony Malizia, MD, answers a listener question abou the next steps when tablets are not satisfactory. Complete podcast
By: Tony Malizia, MD
May 3, 2010
Tony Malizia, MD, answers a listener question about frequent urges to urinate and the options for treatment. Complete podcast
By: Nicolas Chronos, MD
August 7, 2009
This section debunks common myths and misunderstandings about erectile dysfunction. Men are encouraged to discuss ED with their health care provider as ED is an early marker of cardiovascular disease and those who have cardiovascular disease are at risk for ED. Part 2 of 4: 13:20 minutes. Complete video
By: Nicolas Chronos, MD
August 7, 2009
Discussing ED with one's healthcare provider can lead to treatment that can help prevent cardiac events. As well, discussion of ED after bypass surgery, a heart attack or from medication can lead to more effective treatment of both ED and coronary heart disease. Some drugs can cause ED and there are safe alternatives to these drugs. Part 3 of 4: 16:37 minutes. Complete video
By: Nicolas Chronos, MD
Tests for coronary heart disease are explained. As well, the mechanisms of drugs to treat coronary heart disease are explained. Part 4 of 4: 12:00 minutes Complete video
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