Y. Mark Hong, M.D. Blog
Jul 12, 2017 — by markhongmd
You've read that the PSA test for prostate cancer is no good. You've heard that men shouldn't get checked for prostate cancer. What's truth, and what's hype? Tune into Dr. Hong's interview with 3TV on new PSA screening recommendations for prostate cancer.
Jul 11, 2017 — by markhongmd
You see it on every sports TV ad. Low T. Low testosterone. Could it be you? Dr. Hong explains low T live on 3TV what are the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy.
Jul 10, 2017 — by markhongmd
Confused about when men should see a doctor even if you feel fine? Dr. Hong's interview with 3TV will help your understanding.
Oct 8, 2016 — by markhongmd
Certain foods and drinks can lead to irritation of an overactive bladder (OAB). Let's consider what you should avoid.
Jul 12, 2016 — by markhongmd
PlasmaButton™ TURP is an innovative new way to relieve the symptoms associated with BPH. It involves no cutting or heat whatsoever.
May 15, 2016 — by markhongmd
Most of us listen to music. We not only like the way it sounds, but we like the way music makes us feel. I've always suspected that there was a deeper connection between music and healing. I never knew what a profound experience this could be until I got to listen to patient's music while operating on him. Watch this clip to share in this incredible experience.
Apr 9, 2016 — by markhongmd
Find out what foods you should eat and what foods you should avoid if you have prostate cancer (or want to prevent it).
Oct 9, 2015 — by markhongmd
Treating male infertility depends on the careful diagnosis of its underlying causes through meticulous testing.
Jul 27, 2015 — by markhongmd
It's hot out. Really hot. The summer heat can be unbearable at times, especially in the Arizona desert, but even more so if you end up with a kidney stone. Dr. Hong talks hydration with NBC-affiliate KPNX TV and answers the question of just how much is enough when it comes to hydration.
Jul 23, 2015 — by markhongmd
Most men know when it's time to get snipped for a vasectomy. But a new technique on the horizon may offer a reversible option. Is this a good idea? Learn more from Dr. Hong on CBS-affiliated KPHO.