Congratulations, you made it through yet another working week. You might as well give yourself a pat on the back to celebrate -- or better yet, a drink or three. Whether you're looking to get some craft beer foam on your epic mustache, save some abandoned pups by abandoning your inhibitions, or disc ... More >>
The Boy Scouts of America is currently holding its 2013 National Jamboree, where scouts from all over the country converge in West Virginia to whitewater raft, climb mountains, zip lines, mountain bike, and participate in other Boy Scouty things. But, apparently the scouts' body mass index criteri ... More >>
After years of studying all the studies about circumcision, the American Academy of Pediatrics last year updated its policy about circumcision of infant boys. Whereas it had previously been neutral on the matter, the organization started recommending the procedure, advising that the benefits outweig ... More >>
Update, 10:34 a.m.: This post was updated with quotes from Anthony Losquardo, executive director of Intaction. Surely, President Clinton was a little freaked out last night when in the middle of his event -- a Clinton Foundation Millennium Network talk in New York featuring the former president, Che ... More >>
It's been a marquee week for boner pills. First, a University of Florida professor and colleagues published a study showing that Cialis, the blockbuster erectile dysfunction drug, can help treat Becker muscular dystrophy, a rare and debilitating disease that often cripples people by age 30 and for w ... More >>
Now that all those bossy, made-up holidays are behind us -- Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Shut Up and Consume Sunday -- the weekend is yours to do as you'd like. On the calendar in Broward and Palm Beach counties are some laid-back parties and celebrations of food, drink, and good company. ... More >>
Could a whole coalition of highly accomplished, super educated doctors and researchers -- the ones who work at and advise the Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Harvard School of Public Health -- all be wrong? Or are their critics hinderin ... More >>
Elijah Caleb Tan via FlickrTo circumcise or not to circumcise? That's a question that few people ever ponder -- until their little bundle of joy is about to arrive and it's a boy. For years, the American Academy of Pediatrics has said that "the existing scientific evidence is not sufficient to ... More >>
gpoaccess.govMark FoleyFormer U.S. Rep. Mark Foley -- a Republican from West Palm Beach who represented Florida's 16th congressional district for more than a decade -- announced he has prostate cancer, according to Newsmax.Foley, 56, told the news outlet he's scheduled for surgery in an Orlando-a ... More >>
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Seven years ago Bill Wetzel got testicular cancer and became sterile. Luckily he had already made a deposit at the sperm bank.
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