Top 7 Ways to Avoid Erectile Dysfunction

By Steve Marc

Erectile dysfunction or ED affecting as a lot of as 30 million American males. It has been estimated that around half of men age around 75 years encounter ED. This sexual dysfunction can be a mystery, having no clear cause. The causes of ED may have vascular, hormonal, neural, and emotional elements, based on the man. Continue Reading

Top 7 Foods to Prevent Hair fall

By Stella Green

One thing that all women and even men worry about is hair fall. A majority of people suffering from thinning of hair or baldness often experience shame and embarrassment, especially when they find their luscious locks begin to thin. Fortunately, such people don’t have to start saving up for costly hair loss medications, hair transplant surgery, and even searching for wigs; it turns out that eating certain healthy foods can have a great impact on the health of your hairs. Continue Reading

Diet Tips for Healthy Hair

By Steve Marc

Whenever your hair looks dull and lifeless, the first thing that you do is cleanse with shampoo then apply conditioner and other products to make your hair look silky and shiny. But this standard practice of shampooing and conditioning is not enough to give you the strong, long, and healthy strands that you crave for. For healthy and lustrous looks, you need to do more than just following the same hair care routine. For good and healthy growth of new hair, nutrients are important and these we get only by having healthy eating food that is full of essential vitamins and nutrients. Continue Reading

5 Foods You Shouldn’t Skip

By Moiz

The secret to healthy eating and a creating a healthy body is to have easy access to the right types of foods in your kitchen. Eating a healthy diet is an essential growth so that every part of the body gets what it requires to function properly. Eating a balanced diet means you are eating the right food items in the proper amounts. Having a proper diet not only boosts your health but also helps you to maintain the appropriate weight. Continue Reading

Types of Breast Surgeries for Men

By Steve Marc

Breast cancer is rare in men, and this occurs less than one out of 100 cases. The growth of abnormal cells develops in the small amount of tissue found behind a man’s nipple. The cause of breast cancer is still not known, most clinical experts agree that some men are more likely to develop breast cancer as compared to others. The condition, mostly affects older men.

Surgery for male breast cancer patients

Most men with breast cancer undergo some surgery. It is the most common treatment for men to get rid of breast cancer. About 98% of males suffering from breast cancer are treated with mastectomy, which is surgical removal of the breast.

  1. Mastectomy-There are different types of mastectomy surgery, some of them are explained below:
  2. Total mastectomy is complete removal of breast tissue. This is also called a simple mastectomy, in which the surgeon removes the entire breast, including the nipple. The underarm lymph nodes and muscle tissue from beneath the breast remain there.
  3. In a modified radical mastectomy, the surgeon removes all of the breast tissue as well as some of the lymph nodes in the armpit.
  4. If a tumor is large and growing into the chest muscles, a radical mastectomy needs to be performed, which is a more extensive operation performed by removing the entire breast, axillary lymph nodes as well as the chest wall muscles under the breast region. The surgery should only be performed in a condition when the growth of abnormal cells has grown into the pectoral muscles under the breast region.
    • Breast-conserving surgery-The type of surgery can be called a partial mastectomy. It is sometimes called lumpectomy. During this surgery, only that part of the breast is removed which contains cancer. The target is to remove cancer as well as some surrounding normal tissue. The removal of the part of the breast depends on the size and location of cancer growth. It is a common treatment for women with breast cancer. It is not used frequently in men because in most cases, breast cancer treatment required removal of almost all the breast tissue. Furthermore, male breast usually has only a small amount of tissue below the nipple, and the growth of cancer cells are more likely to reach the nipple which requires more extensive surgical treatment. This surgery can be performed in some men cases where a tumor has not reached the nipple.
    • Lymph node surgery-This surgery is performed to determine if the growth of cancer cells has spread to axillary (underarm) lymph nodes. If the cancer cells have spread then one or more of these lymph nodes may be removed and checked under the microscope. If the lymph nodes are found to be affected, then there are possibilities that the cancer cells have spread through the blood and to other body organs.
  5. Axillary lymph node dissection (ALND)-During this, around 10 to 40 lymph nodes are removed from the underarm area and tested for the growth of cancer. This surgery can be performed at the same time as the lumpectomy or mastectomy, but it can be performed in a second operation. ALND is the most common way to check for cancer growth to nearby lymph nodes.
  6. Sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB)-It is a safe procedure and has low rates of adverse effects. Removing as many lymph nodes can increase the chances of developing lymphedema in a patient after a surgery. To decrease the risk of lymphedema, Surgeons may use SLNB to check the lymph nodes for breast cancer. This treatment helps a physician to determine if cancer has spread to lymph nodes without removing many lymph nodes.

It is defined as removal of sentinel node (or nodes), the first lymph node into which a tumor drains and the one that contains cancer cells and spread through the bloodstream. Patients who do not have involvement of the lymph nodes under the arms are offered SLNB. After removing the sentinel lymph node under the arm. The node is then checked to find if they contain cancer cells. If the node is found free of cancer, then the male patient will be spared from having the remaining lymph node removal.

Ten Indications A Woman Shouldn’t Ignore

By Stella Green

Nowadays women are in a race to do their best in their home as well as profession, and to maintain balance in personal and professional life they start neglecting their health. They tend to ignore pain, discomfort, and fatigue, which in turn lead to serious health complications. Continue Reading