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Five Most Common Health Issues in Men and How to Prevent Them
Men lead women in the likelihood to die from nearly all the most common causes of death. Still, men are less likely to go to the doctor than women and often try to ignore symptoms of health problems.read more
What are some warning signs of low testosterone?
Listen to a real life testimonial about some of the warning signs associated with low testosterone.read more
Study shows the safety of testosterone therapy
A large observational study designed specifically to examine the effect of normalization of testosterone replacement therapy on cardiovascular outcomes in men with low testosterone showed it significantly reduced risks of all-cause mortality, myocardial infarction, and stroke.read more
Epoch Tucson gives insight about testosterone therapy
Crystal Kasnoff and Dr. Peter Borrows give helpful insight about the testosterone therapy offered at Epoch Men's Healthread more
2015 Kickoff to Men’s Health: The Big Screen Event set for Sept. 10
Arkansas Urology and Epoch Health will observe National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month with the 11th annual Kickoff to Men’s Health: The Big Screen Event on Thursday, Sept. 10, from 5-8 p.m. The event will offer men the opportunity to receive a potentially lifesaving preventive screening at Arkansas Urology’s Little Rock campus, located at 1300 Centerview Drive.read more
Testosterone treatments protect cardiovascular health in veterans
Researchers found that returning testosterone levels to normal in men who have low levels of it lowered their risk of heart attack, strokeor death from any cause, contradicting previous studies that questioned the efficacy of the hormone treatment.read more
Study Sees No Link Between Testosterone Therapy and Blood Clots
Finding was based on data from more than 30,000 American men, 40 and older.read more
Commentary: Epoch Health focused On ‘Teach. Test. Treat.’ philosophy to keep men healthy
The Food and Drug Administration recently began requiring drugmakers to warn patients that testosterone products may increase the risk for heart attacks and strokes.
Testosterone can be dangerous and should only be used when clinically indicated both by sign and symptoms plus corroborating lab data. This is exactly why Epoch Health was created: to properly screen men and help combat the “shot clinic” or “shot jock” philosophy sweeping the nation. We use testosterone as a tool to correct deficiencies and help men become healthy, fit and active, and lose unwanted fat.
From Urology Times: Injected TRT earns high marks for safety, effectiveness
A newly published review suggests that age-related testosterone deficiency treatment with intramuscular injections of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) offers health benefits and lower cardiovascular risk compared to testosterone replacement by patch or gel.read more
Epoch Health opens medical clinic in Conway
Epoch Health – Conway and the Conway Chamber of Commerce today celebrated the grand opening of Epoch’s newest clinic focused entirely on men’s healthcare needs. The clinic is located at 800 Exchange Avenue, Suite 103, in Conway.read more
Call 1-844-GoEPOCH for Free Screening!
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Epoch Men’s Health clinics are offering free, fully comprehensive Men’s Health Screenings. Call 1-844-GoEPOCH (1-844-463-7624) today to set up your free screening and experience men’s healthcare the Epoch way – that’s the right way of getting your body healthy.
Group calls for investigation of JAMA over T study
The Androgen Study Group has called upon the Journal Oversight Committee to investigate what it deemed violations of “accepted standards of medical journal ethics and editorial integrity” by JAMA.read more
Faulkner County Business Journal: Epoch the next evolution in men's health
Perhaps no industry has changed more over the last decade than healthcare. Innovations in pharmaceuticals, surgery and even business models have changed the way all of us receive health care. One thing that hasn’t changed is men’s historical reluctance to see a doctor, especially for preventative care. Mike Whitfield thinks he can change that.read more
Data fail to support concerns over T therapy, CV risk
By now, most urologists and many of our patients are aware of concerns regarding cardiovascular (CV) risks associated with testosterone (T) therapy. This concern arose out of the blue in November 2013 with publication of a study in JAMA by Vigen et al (JAMA 2013; 310:1829-36) that reported increased CV risks in men who received a T prescription, and this result appeared to be confirmed by publication of another study in January 2014 in PLoS One by Finkle et al (PloS One 2014; 9:e85805).read more