Desai Sethi Urology Institute Researcher Finds “Sneaky Testosterone” Might Signal Worse Outcomes for Men with Prostate Cancer

Findings from the newly published study in The Journal of Clinical Investigation suggest a large proportion of men have testosterone concentrations that are much higher in and around the prostate than traditional blood draws suggest. And this elevated exposure near the prostate increases the risk of poor outcomes after surgical removal of the prostate gland.

What are the reverberations of Russia’s short-lived mutiny?

In an emergency televised address to the Russian people on Saturday, as Yevgeny Prigozhin’s private army of mercenaries rumbled nearly 500 miles toward Moscow on its “march for justice,” Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced the traitors, vowed punishment, and compared the scenario to the turmoil that resulted in the Russian Revolution.

Is Colombia’s deadly Nevado del Ruiz on the verge of a major eruption?

Hundreds of villagers who live in the shadow of the Western Hemisphere’s deadliest volcano, Colombia’s Nevado del Ruiz, have been on edge for nearly a month ever since the 17,000-foot-tall mountain started spewing plumes of ash and steam high into the atmosphere, indicating that an eruption could be imminent.

Cancer Expert Shares Troubling Research on World Trade Center Exposure

Police officers and construction workers who responded on September 11, 2001, to the World Trade Center disaster in New York City and worked in its aftermath had at least twice the risk of developing the precursor for multiple myeloma compared…