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Reply AlbertSoorm
11:15 AM on August 7, 2018 
The men's prostate is central to the section of a male's reproductive system. It secretes fluids that assisted in the transportation and activation of sperm. The prostate gland is found just before the rectum, below the bladder and all around the urethra. When there is prostate problem, it is almost always very uncomfortable and inconvenient for your patient as his urinary strategy is directly affected.

The common prostate medical problems are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and prostate cancer.



Prostate infection, also referred to as prostatitis, is the most common prostate-related problem in men younger than 55 years old. Infections with the prostate are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia.

Acute bacterial prostatitis is the least common of kinds of prostate infection. It is due to bacteria located in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients may go through 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 can be a condition associated with a particular defect inside the gland and also the persistence presence of bacteria within the urinary tract. It can be due to trauma on the urinary tract or by infections received from other parts from the body. A patient may feel testicular pain, back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it could be treated by removal from the prostate defect followed by the use antibiotics and NSAIDs to take care of the inflammation.

Non-bacterial prostatitis is the reason approximately 90% coming from all prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not even to determine the sources of these conditions. Some researchers feel that chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur as a consequence of unknown infectious agents while other believe intensive exercise and high lifting can cause these infections.

Maintaining a Healthy Prostate

To prevent prostate diseases, an effective meals are important. These are some of the actions and also hardwearing . prostate healthy.

1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is important for our health and wellbeing and will also also maintain your urinary track clean.

2. Some studies advise that a number of ejaculations a week will assist to prevent prostate cancer.

3. Eat steak sparingly. It has been shown that consuming greater than four meals of beef per week will raise the risk of prostate diseases and cancer.

4. Maintain a proper diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to ensure sufficient intake of nutrients necessary for prostate health.

The most significant measure to consider to ensure a wholesome prostate would be to select regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years old and above, you should select prostate examination at least once per year.
Reply Gem
2:37 PM on March 5, 2018 
There truly is something about your style that draws people in. Your artworks evoke so much feelings / emotions that makes me feel compelled to action --- if only I know what exactly.
I tried going through them and was wondering if you had anything that depicted the strength of a warrior woman. I may have just missed it, so if you can forward to me, please.
I'm a self-proclaimed poet/writer who likes to draw inspiration from Pinoy artworks. And your art is becoming a favorite :)
Reply Anilljinia
10:22 PM on March 3, 2018 
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Reply Marietta Cole
11:55 PM on July 15, 2016 
Hi Jeff, your work is very beautiful and moving. Are there any lithographs available for purchase?
Reply Fred M
12:23 AM on September 23, 2015 
Thank you for everything that you do. You are an amazing artist my friend.
Reply Brigitte Monmege
6:51 AM on August 24, 2015 
Jef, - I know one day you will be famous worldwide with your outstanding creative artwork. Admiring the beauty of your work is inspirational and very emotional
Very best of luck to you
Reply Jef Cablog
9:58 AM on November 30, 2014 
Hello Viviane. I appreciate your compliment. All the best.
Reply Jef Cablog
9:55 AM on November 30, 2014 
Thank you Varna for taking time to visit my site and for the compliment. All the best.
Reply varna lofaro
7:51 PM on March 19, 2013 
discovered your work in pratiques des arts, moved me enough to write you this note, very beautiful artwork .
Reply ANNE PAMPUZAC
6:47 AM on March 1, 2013 
I have discovered your works in a french art magazine, "Pratique des Arts". I am very touch and moved by your paintings. Some of them are juste marvelous. I like also the spirit of your work to joined the Nature and the human beings.Thank you.
Anne
Reply Viviane
12:35 PM on February 2, 2013 
I just read the article on "Practical Arts" and admire your paintings. I love these shadows that run your subjects, colors, it's really beautiful!
Reply Jef Cablog
9:44 PM on September 4, 2012 
John Boothe says...
Jef's work is authentic and creative. He seemingly is doing his culture justice, and that is a refreshing change of pace in this day and age.

Thank you John.
Reply John Boothe
10:18 PM on August 29, 2012 
Jef's work is authentic and creative. He seemingly is doing his culture justice, and that is a refreshing change of pace in this day and age.
Reply Jef Cablog
7:56 PM on April 5, 2012 
Thank you Amy and hope your art class research will go well.

Amy Knack says...
Your paintings are fabulous! I'm using you as an example of a narrative artist for research in art class. Your portraits in particular are breathtaking. Keep up the amazing work.
Reply Amy Knack
2:24 PM on April 1, 2012 
Your paintings are fabulous! I'm using you as an example of a narrative artist for research in art class. Your portraits in particular are breathtaking. Keep up the amazing work.
Reply Jef Cablog
11:30 PM on November 9, 2010 
Margaret Garceau says...
Jef,
I recently viewed your work in Bluecanvas magazine. I work at an all girls highschool we were looking at the magazine. The girls asked me "why is this girl topless" they missed the whole point of your work to preserve and inform the world about a culture because the girl was topless. I was moved and inspired by the beauty of your work, your voice and the voice of your culture can be heard by looking at your paintings and then it crossed my mind is it doing justice to a culture by painting a beautiful girl topless. Just a thought.



Dear Ms. Margaret,

Thank you for sharing your student's feedback and your insight regarding my paintings. The Igorots (as they call the people from the mountainous region of Cordillera in the Philippines) are like the counterpart of the American Indians. Native women in the past were topless and wore beads. I try to capture images of these women in life-like quality which is why a lot of my viewers say I paint "moving women" and not "posing women". With that quality, I am always careful as to how I paint women especially my nudes. In addition, the Cultural and Environmental aspects are the two main qualities I want to concentrate in my paintings which is why even if I paint nudes, I always incorporate or merge them with nature and beads, native cloth and other material culture. I always try that the two aspects dominate more in my paintings rather than just showing nudes. I think that makes a difference.
I hope I have given a just answer and I hope that thru you, your students may have a better understanding in what I really want to convey in my paintings.

With best regards,
Jef Cablog
Reply Margaret Garceau
4:25 PM on November 8, 2010 
Jef,
I recently viewed your work in Bluecanvas magazine. I work at an all girls highschool we were looking at the magazine. The girls asked me "why is this girl topless" they missed the whole point of your work to preserve and inform the world about a culture because the girl was topless. I was moved and inspired by the beauty of your work, your voice and the voice of your culture can be heard by looking at your paintings and then it crossed my mind is it doing justice to a culture by painting a beautiful girl topless. Just a thought.
Reply Raman Gandotra
4:05 AM on October 10, 2010 
Jef, I am sure lot of people tell you this, you have amazing way with colours and their sensibilities. The way you depict nature
people/ their intertwined existence and give them a definite sense with your depiction.

Work is impressive but main thing is how can I possess one of them?
regards
Raman