As a dad, you share the responsibility for the well-being of the family. That includes your own well-being, since your kids depend on their parents for a roof over their heads, food in the pantry and the clothes on their backs.
Today, there are hair dyes, skin bronzer, and “shaper” underwear made for men; all these things and more are used to make a guy look young and fit. If you have Hollywood type money to buy it, you just might pull it off. Buy the stuff they advertise on TV, and your “enhancements” could be obvious from a mile away.
They say 50 is the new 40, and if the popular media is any indication, then it seems that prostate cancer is the new breast cancer. That is not to make light of this serious condition, but rather to point out that this health issue in men has finally become so well understood, so well respected, that it is now receiving its full share of attention, in medicine and media. To be sure, prostate cancer is a serious problem for men of a certain age. But many men are left to ask questions about what their prostate is, and why they should be concerned.
Did you know you can get testicular cancer from riding a bicycle? Okay, that’s not really true, but it makes you wonder where some of these ridiculous testicular cancer myths come from. Is there some strange man just sitting around his house thinking of silly ways to contract harmful diseases? Maybe there’s some mad doctor making up absurd claims to play mind games with gullible people. Wherever these myths come from, it signifies the importance of knowing what is true about testicular cancer and what is just plain made up.