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Michael Rotman, MD
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Urologist located in Murray Hill, New York & Lawrence, NY
Urologist located in Murray Hill, New York & Lawrence, NY

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Is it Necessary to Work Out Every Single Day?
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A recently published article looks at some of the most common bits of fitness advice that qualified trainers wish people would simply ignore. Among those tidbits is the idea that working out every single day is the best way to boost overall health. In reality, your body needs periods of rest between exercise to repair and renew. Increasing activity is always a good thing, but rest also plays an important role in a healthy lifestyle.

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Here’s Why You Should Eat More Vegetables
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According to recent research, if humans all consumed a vegetarian diet, as many as a third of early deaths could be prevented. While this news doesn't surprise nutrition experts, it certainly underscores the importance of consuming more fruits and vegetables in your daily diet. There's no need to make a complete nutritional overhaul, but replacing animal-based protein with vegetarian options can certainly get you moving in the right direction.

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A Birth Control Pill for Men May be on the Horizon
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Researchers been working on a male birth control pill for many years, but one effort seems to be moving forward at a promising pace. The drug is called EP055, and works to reduce sperm mobility. There've been no side effects noted as of yet, and additional trials are expected to proceed. This article explores why it's taken so long to get this close to a birth control for men.

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Are You Wondering What it’s Like to Get a Vasectomy?
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If you've been thinking about getting a vasectomy, it helps to gather as much information as possible. This article offers one man's perspective on vasectomy, and more than a few chuckles. Be sure to research the procedure thoroughly and gather different viewpoints before making a decision. Or schedule a consultation with Dr. Rotman to delve more deeply into the pros and cons of vasectomy.

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Are You Curious About Erectile Dysfunction Treatments?
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If you've been thinking about exploring erectile dysfunction treatments for some time, schedule an appointment with Dr. Rotman today to sit down and go over all of the available options. Your treatment path depends on the condition(s) behind your erectile concerns, but there are various paths from which to choose.

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Dr. Michael Rotman is committed to providing the highest possible level of care to men and women in the greater New York area. Not only has he amassed an impressive level of skill and experience, he's also sought after for his personable nature. As a lifelong learner, Dr. Rotman is able and willing to communicate during appointments in English, Spanish, Yiddish, or Russian. To make an appointment, reach out to the office today. http://ow.ly/si1O30kntIL
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New Guidelines for Prostate Cancer Screening
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According to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, men over the age of 55 should discuss the pros and cons of prostate cancer screening with their physician. While previous recommendations focused on the negative aspects of testing, researchers note that prostate cancer screening can save lives. If it's been a while since your last men's health physical, schedule an appointment with Dr. Rotman today.

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Wine Consumption Doesn’t Affect Prostate Cancer Risk
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According to researchers, moderate wine consumption may not impact your risk of prostate cancer. Researchers looked at data collected from 17 different studies, and found that moderate wine consumption had very little impact on the risk of prostate cancer. Additional research is needed to determine the difference between the effects of white and red wines on cancer rates.

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Why Aren’t Young People Learning More About STDs?
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Few parents relish the thought of discussing the birds and bees with their child, especially when it comes to providing facts about sexually transmitted disease. According to researchers, however, the majority of new STD cases in the U.S. occur in people between the ages of 13 and 24. Research also suggests that young people are not properly informed about STD risks and prevention.

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The Role of Exercise in Treating Erectile Dysfunction
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You're probably already aware that exercise is vital to your overall health. What you may not know, however, is that getting sufficient exercise could also help prevent and treat erectile dysfunction. The type of exercise you do matters less than incorporating movement into your daily life. That should provide plenty of motivation to begin a new exercise routine. If erectile dysfunction does not approve, schedule an appointment with Dr. Rotman to pursue other treatment options.

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Could Stem Cell Injections be the Next Viagra?
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A new treatment for erectile dysfunction could one day replace Viagra. Danish researchers have developed an injection that contains stem cells. Not only does the treatment improve erectile function, it also appears to enlarge penis size among study participants. Additional research is expected, but the injections could one day present a viable alternative to Viagra and other ED drugs.

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