Kickin’ It With the Class of ‘98

A few years ago, I went back to my college for a class reunion. I met up with some friends at our hotel, did a couple of tequila shots at the hotel bar, and headed to the cocktail mixer for the class of 1983. All the alumni mixers were held in separate rooms at a … Continue reading Kickin’ It With the Class of ‘98

Reading the Livestrong Wall

This picture is of a wall at the Saratoga Springs branch of the Saratoga Regional YMCA where I work out and serve as a trustee. Located on the second floor at one end of the indoor track, it refers to the Livestrong at the YMCA program which promotes physical fitness for people dealing with cancer … Continue reading Reading the Livestrong Wall

The Great PSA Controversy

I’ve heard PSA screening referred to as one of the top controversies in men’s health. And where there's controversy there's confusion. Given that prostate cancer is the number two cause of cancer deaths among men, confusion around screening for the disease is problematic and potentially dangerous. A Philadelphia-based genitourinary surgeon named Alexander Kutikov recently attempted … Continue reading The Great PSA Controversy