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Reply MagFrorm
10:59 AM on August 15, 2018 
Reply AlbertSesse
7:01 PM on August 14, 2018 
The prostate is central to the portion of a male's reproductive system. It secretes fluids that help the transportation and activation of sperm. The men's prostate is situated just in front of the rectum, below the bladder and surrounding the urethra. When there is prostate problem, it will always be really miserable and inconvenient for the patient as his urinary system is directly affected. The common prostate health problems are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and cancer of prostate. Prostate infection, also known as prostatitis, is easily the most common prostate-related overuse injury in men younger than 55 years of age. Infections of the prostate related are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia. Acute bacterial prostatitis may be the least common of most forms of prostate infection. It is a result of bacteria located in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients may feel fever, chills, body aches, back pains and urination problems. This condition is treated through the use of antibiotics or non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to help remedy the swelling. Chronic bacterial prostatitis is a condition connected with a particular defect in the gland and also the persistence presence of bacteria in the urinary tract. It can be caused by trauma for the urinary tract or by infections originating from other regions of the body. A patient can experience testicular pain, lower back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it could be treated by removal from the prostate defect then the use antibiotics and NSAIDs to treat the inflammation. Non-bacterial prostatitis accounts for approximately 90% of most prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not yet to establish the causes of these conditions. Some researchers believe chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur because of unknown infectious agents while other think that intensive exercise and lifting might cause these infections. Maintaining a Healthy Prostate To prevent prostate diseases, an effective diet is important. These are some from the steps you can take and also hardwearing . prostate healthy. 1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is important for general health and it'll also maintain the urinary track clean. 2. Some studies advise that a few ejaculations a week will assist you to prevent cancer of prostate. 3. Eat steak moderately. It has been shown that consuming more than four meals of beef every week will raise the probability of prostate diseases and cancer. 4. Maintain an effective diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to make certain sufficient intake of nutrients essential for prostate health. The most significant measure to look at to make sure a healthy prostate is always to choose regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years of age and above, you need to choose prostate examination at least once a year.
Reply MagFrorm
1:59 AM on August 10, 2018 
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Reply Gregg Grundon
7:58 PM on December 8, 2017 

Thank you SGM, for your instruction. Very enlightening. I much prefer the practical application, to sport. I will continue to try to incorporate more pressure point, pain compliance, and practical/ street movements into my art, as I grow. It's very exciting to know there are still real world practitionsers out and about. Aloha No, Gregg Grundon, HKA
Reply Dennis Broyles
1:30 AM on September 6, 2017 

Hi Michelle,

Sorry for the delay in responding; yes! we have classes that might work for you, or we can talk about something more customized for your group. It's good to hear from you and I look forward to seeing you again and catching up.

Sigung Dennis

Michelle Cass says...

Does the club still offer occasional self-defense classes? We're a group of 9 adults and middle-schoolers looking for one and this was the best one I have encountered.


Reply Carol Adcock Schwarz
12:24 AM on August 1, 2017 
Janice: I remember you showing me your pics in 1973 of you busting blocks with your head. Your dedication is amazing. We used to work together at the airport. I'm glad for you. Carol. Saw you on Facebook.
Reply Alexander P Aquino
8:28 AM on May 7, 2017 
Aloha from Hawaii To all students of Ken-Ka- Kung Fu I am trying to update our website with current events.
Reply Michelle Cass
11:01 AM on November 2, 2016 

Does the club still offer occasional self-defense classes? We're a group of 9 adults and middle-schoolers looking for one and this was the best one I have encountered.


Reply Christian Wulf
8:43 AM on May 16, 2014 

Hello Prof.Geoffrey,

just want to say hello and send you greetings from is always nice talking to you

prof. Christian wulf