Keith Roach Your Health Published 12:02 AM EDT Jun 13, 2019 Dear Dr. Roach: Every year, I used to get a physical, which included a prostate exam as well as blood tests with PSA. When my doctor retired, I had a hard time finding a new one I liked. It has been three or four years since my prostate was checked, but my new doctor doesn’t do the prostate exams (I am 63). He says that recent studies do not recommend them, and I have seen news reports about the unreliability of the PSA test. How do you find out if you have prostate cancer if you don’t look for it? My brother-in-law found out he had it at 52, and it was successfully treated. I don’t really want to wait until I am showing symptoms, and there is no history in my direct family. What do you think about this? — T.D. Dear T.D.: Prostate cancer isn’t really one disease. It can be very aggressive — both with local invasion and spreading to bones quickly — but it also can be very … [Read more...] about Doc: How do you find prostate cancer without screening for it?
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PUBLISHED: 07:30 30 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:45 30 March 2019 Mariam Ghaemi Corrie McKeague, who went missing in Bury St Edmunds in September, 2016 Picture: SUBMITTED Archant Families have spoken of the never-ending fight to find their child as new figures have revealed almost 8,500 people have been reported as missing in Suffolk over the last five years. The information, requested from Suffolk police using freedom of information powers, show the numbers peaked in 2017, with 1,966 people reported missing.The figures also reveal almost half of all missing person cases last year related to children - 48% of the 1,931 reports - with the youngest aged up to one. These could involve the same person disappearing multiple times.Two of the most high-profile unresolved missing persons cases in Suffolk are that of RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague, who disappeared from Bury St Edmunds following a night on the town on September 24, 2016, and Luke Durbin, who was 19 when … [Read more...] about How do you mourn your child if they vanish without a trace?
By Karen Guregian | [email protected] | Boston HeraldPUBLISHED: March 24, 2019 at 7:35 pm | UPDATED: March 25, 2019 at 4:21 am Rob Gronkowski said he’d have his decision in a few weeks. He’d know if he was going to come back for more football, or if he’d hang it up. That was in the glowing aftermath of winning the Super Bowl against the L.A. Rams, after making one of the biggest plays down the stretch and contributing to the Patriots’ sixth championship. It ultimately took 48 days before he let the world in on his decision to retire on Instagram Sunday night. So the timing was off a little. After stops on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon”, a tropical vacation with girlfriend Camille Kostek and The Deckers, taking up hot yoga, Gronk has called it quits. The man who loves to have fun is in a good place in his life, according to someone close to him. He can do without all the pounding that football brings. Good for him. But now the … [Read more...] about Rob Gronkowski’s gone, so how do you replace a legend?
The German giant's grip on the manufacturers' title could be loosened by a revolution in the sport. Change the aerodynamics Usually, the destination of the Formula One constructors’ title is a largely in-house concern, in that it promises to all employees of the winning team a five-figure bonus that prompts some to say: “That’s next year’s school fees taken care of.” For Mercedes, though, it offers another tilt at history. Win a fifth in a row, as they look certain to do over this season’s final three races, and they will eclipse even the hegemony that Red Bull enjoyed from 2010 to 2013. Seize another two, and they will surpass Ferrari’s record streak of six, accomplished at the apogee of Michael... Register for free to read this article, or log in to your Telegraph account Register Log in … [Read more...] about How do you catch up with Mercedes?
Posted by James Detmer on 09.06.12 Professional detailers hate the idea of imperfect paint – as they should. They see orange peel, which is quite literally when your paint is textured like the skin of an orange, and they want to correct it. This requires smoothing the surface by wet sanding through the clear coat and pigment layer. If you read our last piece on over polishing, you’ll know we’re not the biggest fans of invasive paintwork correction procedures. This article will cover how your car becomes riddled with orange peel, how to fix it, and why I don’t really consider it to be that big of a problem for the everyday car owner. What exactly is orange peel? Put simply, orange peel is a textured imperfection in a paint job. You can see it with your eye because the paint is wavy in a sense, and reflects light in different angles around the imperfection(s). The surface will appear bumpy and won’t reflect perfectly. Often times you will find orange peel … [Read more...] about What is Orange Peel? And How do You Fix it?