Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men. Find out how minimally invasive surgery can "cure" some cases of the disease in this Ask An Expert Q&A with Sarasota Memorial Urologist Dr. Robert Carey, MD, PhD.
Prostatectomy, surgical removal of the prostate, is a common treatment for men with high-risk, aggressive prostate cancer. Many men who opt for open prostatectomy suffer urinary incontinence afterward. Find out how pelvic floor physical therapy can help.
Recent social-media posts and news segments warning that a synthetic cannabinoid called “spice” was causing people to “bleed from their eyes” prompted us to seek out the truth behind the click-bait headlines. What are the health risks of using spice, aka "legal weed" or "K2"?
In this "Ask An Expert," Sarasota Memorial Urologist Daniel Kaplon, MD, weighs in on some frequently asked questions about prostate cancer, the second most common cancer among men.
Seeking more shuteye? Get more —and better — sleep with these proven and practical tips from Sarasota Memorial’s Sleep Disorder Clinic.