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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Featured Videos Archive Overview

What is Different About Men's Health?
By: Nikhil L. Shah, DO, MPH
August 12, 2009
Men are less likely than their female counterparts to seek medical care and nearly half as likely to pursue health visits. Dr. Shah, Founder and President of Men's Health & Wellness Center, discusses the ramifications of traditional male stoicism to men's health and how we can get men more active in staying healthy and living longer lives. Part 1 of 2: 15:37 minutes. Complete video
By: Cancer Treatment Centers of America
One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. And yet, many men skip regular screenings, even though it is the one step that may help catch the disease early, when it has better outcomes and treatment options. Former NFL head coaches Bill Cowher, Dick Vermeil and Herm Edwards talk about the importance of routine testing and urge men to see their doctor. They also share personal stories about how their lives have been touched by cancer. Their message: Get screened. Complete video
November 26, 2013
Joe Blumberg, executive director of Mens Health and Wellness Center, sits down with  WATC's  Friends & Neighbors co-hosts, Kelly Ingram and  Donna Ritchie, to discuss the importance of prostate cancer awareness. 13:36 minutes Complete video
A video retrospective of the 2012 Dash4Dad, a 5K race to raise funds for prostate cancer research and screen activities. Thank you to all our participants and donors for helping to make the event a success! Click here for information about our upcoming Dash4Dad 2013 in Atlanta. Complete video
How Can Men Improve Their Health and Well Being?
By: Nikhil L. Shah, DO, MPH
August 12, 2009
Stress is a silent killer and a risk factor in many major diseases. Family history and lifestyle also factor into disease risk. Dr. Shah continues his discussion of men's health issues and what men can do improve their health and well being.

Part 2 of 2: 15:06 minutes Complete video
An Overview of How Cancer Develops
By: Gregg Orloff, PhD
August 3, 2009
Patients with cancer are best served by gaining an understanding of the biology of cancer cells. This understanding will help in discussing treatment options. Dr. Orloff, Assistant Professor of Hematology at Emory University, provides a basic overview of cancer development. Part 1 of 4: 15:44 minutes. Complete video
What Happens to Create a Cancer Cell?
By: Gregg Orloff, PhD
August 7, 2009
With over 100 different kinds of cancer, what do all cancer cells have in common? Dr. Orloff continues to discuss the factors that make tumors grow. Understanding cancer biology can empower men to ask relevant questions of their healthcare providers. Part 2 of 4: 17:52 minutes. Complete video
What Causes Normal Cells to Turn Cancerous?
By: Gregg Orloff, PhD
August 7, 2009
Why do normal cells turn cancerous? How do tumors grow? How do they travel to other parts of the body? Dr. Orloff continues his exploration of the biology of cancer. Part 3 of 4: 13:18 minutes. Complete video
What Are the Different Types of Cancer?
By: Gregg Orloff, PhD
August 7, 2009
What are the causes of genetic change in cells? What mechanisms are the various types of cancer treatments targeting. Dr. Orloff concludes his presentation on the biology of cancer cells. Part 4 of 4: 13:32 minutes. Complete video
The Science Behind Stress Response and Illness
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson explains how important it is to look at stress response and use the information to help prevent disease. He also explores the marriage of mind and body and how chronic stress impacts health. Additionally, he examines the contrast between old 20th century prejudices of "mental illness" and 21st century medical science. Part 1 of 3: 17:36 minutes. Complete video
How Stress Response Impacts the Risk of Disease
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson further explores the ramifications of stress response including: how sleep deprivation can cause brain injury, how managing stress response impacts the survival rate of stroke victims, and the impact of chronic stress on inflammatory diseases. Part 2 of 3: 19:36 minutes. Complete video
There is No Such Thing as "Just Stess"
By: Craig G. Johnson, MD
August 3, 2009
Dr. Johnson continues his discussion of the impact of stress on health. Medical tests to measure the inflammation caused by stress are explained. And finally, methods of reducing stress and inflammation are discussed, along with a demonstration of acupuncture. Part 3 of 3. 15:43 minutes. Complete video
By: Nicolas Chronos, MD
August 7, 2009
Cardiovascular disease claims more lives yearly than the next seven leading causes of death combined. Erectile dysfunction (ED) provides a window into men's vascular health as the exact same factors that lead to ED lead to coronary heart disease. Part 1 of 4: 15:05 minutes. Complete video
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
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