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It takes a lot of work, though.
The prostate is a gland that is located at the base of the penis. It is responsible for making the liquid part of semen. It is common for men to find that their prostate gradually gets bigger as they get older. Over time, this can lead to a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, which describes a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate. This condition can lead to men needing to urinate more frequently and urgently, as well as having a weak or diminished stream of urine. Benign prostatic hyperplasia can be treated using a number of approaches.
Take a prescription prostate-shrinking medication. Finasteride and dutasteride work to reduce the production of DHT, a hormone that can cause the prostate to enlarge. Terazosin, doxazosin, alfuzosin and tamsulosin all work to relax the smooth muscle around the prostate. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, patients who take finasteride and doxazosin often have a greater reduction in prostate size than patients who take either drug alone.
Receive minimally invasive treatment. Minimally invasive treatments to shrink the prostate are treatments that are not pharmaceutical but also don't involve surgery. For example, your physician may use a transurethral microwave procedure in which microwaves are sent through a catheter that is inserted into your prostate. The microwaves heat up portions of your prostate and burn them away, shrinking the gland. Other options that work in a similar fashion are transurethral needle ablation (in which a small needle that emits radio frequency waves is placed in the prostate) and water-induced thermotherapy (which uses hot water to burn away portions of the prostate).
Undergo surgery. There are three main surgical techniques that can be used to remove some of the prostate. With transurethral surgery, no external incision is needed. Instead, a surgeon inserts a device called a resectoscope through the urethra.
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It's in water bottles, sippy cups, and the seams and linings of cans containing food: Bisphenol A (BPA) is the chemical's name, and manufacturers use it to harden plastic. Unfortunately, it may pose a health hazard.
Initially, researchers in the U.S. and abroad linked exposure to high levels of BPA in infancy to increased risk of obesity and early-onset puberty. Then, last September, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a study involving 1,455 American adults, which linked high urinary levels of BPA to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and liver complications. Additionally, previous studies had shown that BPA can blunt the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs, says Sonya Lunder, a public health scientist with the nonprofit Environmental Working Group.
An FDA subcommittee has recommended further research be done to answer questions about BPA's safety. Some states aren't waiting to take action: At least 12 are moving to ban the chemical from baby bottles. (A few bottlemakers, such as Nalgene, have already removed BPA from their products.)
In the meantime, you can limit your exposure by not putting hot food or drinks in plastic containers (or placing those containers in the microwave): Heat causes the chemical to leach into food. Canned goods have a plastic lining that releases BPA when heated prior to sealing.
Another way to limit BPA is to favor fresh and frozen items. See below to get more ideas for BPA-free substitutions.