BIDMC Team Brings Much-Needed Urologic Care to Cape VerdeSince 2010, a team of medical staff and interpreters from BIDMC has made yearly trips to Cape Verde to provide much-needed health care and health system improvements. One of their main areas of focus is urologic health.
Osteoporosis, Not Just a Woman's DiseaseThe problem of osteoporosis in men is beginning to be seen as a growing public health concern.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: What you don't Know CAN Hurt you!Every day in the US, more than 1,000 people go into cardiac arrest. Only about 10 percent of them survive.
The Truth About Men and Sex: Intimate Secrets from the Doctor’s OfficeDr. Abraham Morgentaler, MD, BIDMC Department of Urology and Director of Men's Health Boston explains the current state of male sexuality.
How Much Alcohol Is Too Much?The thresholds for safe and healthy drinking change with age. Reprinted by Permission from Harvard Men's Health Watch.
Testosterone Therapy: Is It Safe?Should aging men take testosterone therapy?
A Checkup on Men's HealthWhen it comes to their health, men are not always the greatest advocates for themselves.
VIDEO: A Discussion on Men's HealthBIDMC's Dr. J. Jacques Carter M.D. leads a panel discussion on men's health. Video Produced By BIDMC.
VIDEO: Robotic Prostate Surgery ExplainedFor Kyle Darcy robotic assisted Surgery was one of his two options for fighting prostate cancer. Dr. Andrew Wagner M.D., Director of Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery gives an overview of how this process works. Video Produced By BIDMC.
VIDEO: Jeff’s Journey: Life is a lot easier after losing 100 poundsAfter years of struggling with weight, Jeff Keane, a nurse in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's operating rooms, decided to have weight loss surgery. Video Produced by BIDMC.
BIDMC Scientists Develop Antibody to Treat Traumatic Brain InjuryResearchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have published a new study that explains how Traumatic brain injuries lead to two types of dementia, but have also developed a new antibody that can be used to treat it before it causes widespread brain damage.
Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Control Parkinson’s SymptomsA surgical procedure that involves implanting electrodes in the brain is helping some patients with control their symptoms after medications stop working.