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April 11, 2022
Am I Passing a Kidney Stone? Warning Signs, Risk Factors and Prevention
Kidney stones can strike unexpectedly. Here’s what typically causes stones, what passing them feels like and what you can do.
January 18, 2022
What Is a Penile Implant and How Can It Treat Erectile Dysfunction?
Half of men over 40 experience erectile dysfunction—here’s one of the most effective and predictable treatment options.
January 13, 2022
What Causes Erectile Dysfunction and How to Prevent and Treat It
Erectile dysfunction is more common than you might think. Here’s what to know about the causes, risk factors, and treatment options.
December 9, 2020
Shedding Light on the Experiences Transgender and Non-Binary Patients Face in the Doctor’s Office
Amplifying Voices: A collaborative research team works with the transgender community to gather perspectives on barriers to care, unique health needs, and discrimination.
November 17, 2020
How the Stress of COVID Can Affect Your Body
Episode 12 of The Health Nexus Podcast
November 10, 2020
Types of Prostate Cancer Screenings and Why They’re Important
A Jefferson urologist breaks down when men should start getting screened, types of tests available and weighs in on the necessity of rectal exams.
November 2, 2020
Cross-Country Flight During COVID-19, and Great Surgical Results
Minimally invasive HoLEP procedure, considered the gold-standard surgery for enlarged prostate, is unavailable in California. So, despite the pandemic, John Steinberg flew to Philadelphia.
March 17, 2020
A “Thank You” After 30 Years Cancer Free
Brad Shelly’s life has been dotted with minor and major miracles—including surviving kidney cancer.
February 24, 2020
Crossing a Cultural Divide to Care for Those in Need
Urologist resident Dr. May Jean Counsilman fulfilled a lifelong goal on an international medical mission trip to Uganda.
November 18, 2019
Your Complete Guide to Men’s Health Screenings
Men are much more resistant to doctor's visits and are more concerned with responsive than preventative health. One doctor stresses: It's time they become their own health advocates.