Lisette Hilton
Lisette Hilton, president of Words Come Alive, has written about health care, the science and business of medicine, fitness and wellness for 25 years. Visit www.WordsComeAlive.com.
What influences opting out of active surveillance?
A recent study suggests that a man’s race/ethnicity might influence decisions about undergoing treatment and re-biopsies.
Early-stage PCa incidence drops post-USPSTF
The authors of a recent research letter reported a 6% drop in incidence rates for early-stage prostate cancer in men 50 years of age and older from 2012 to 2013.
Beyond burnout: How to stay engaged and thriving
Beyond burnout: How to stay engaged and thriving
Here are simple, often inexpensive ways in which urologists can reclaim their engagement and passion for practicing medicine.
Botox gone rogue
A new study confirms that Botox spreads beyond the injection site. Should you be concerned?
Kaolin and eyelid surgery
Is using kaolin-impregnated gauze post-bleph worth the extra time and cost?
The Google Glass comeback
The initial launch was deemed a bust, but will Google Glass 2 secure a place in the operating room?
Examining low-level laser therapy
Study shows significant reductions in upper abdomen circumference with the EZ6 device.
Brachioplasty complications lower than expected
A new study suggests brachioplasty complication rates are lower than previously reported.
FDA clears UltraShape Power for abdominal fat reduction
Syneron Medical announced in mid-July FDA clearance of its noninvasive UltraShape Power device for fat reduction around the abdomen.
Top 5 practice management Q&As
Should you charge a consult fee? How can you decrease your no-show rate? Get these answers and more!

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