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Dr. Anderson shares important health information at the Squires & Stags breakfast.
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Men’s health issues topic of Anderson talk at Squires & Stags breakfast

By Wayne Tidwell

Big Canoe resident and popular Smoke Signals columnist Dr. Bob Anderson spoke at the February Squires & Stags breakfast on the subject of “Treatment of Men’s Common Health Issues.”

He spoke on the worrisome prostate problem, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) with an incidence of 10% per year starting at the age of 50 as well as male hormone replacement and cancer prevention.

He also spoke of treatments of common male diseases, side effects from prescriptions and lifestyle changes that can improve health and longevity as well as potential signs of cognitive decline and memory loss, including Alzheimer’s disease and other subjects.

Anderson's Powerpoint presentation can be viewed HERE. To download as a PDF, click HERE.

Squires & Stags breakfasts start with coffee at 7:45 a.m., followed by a buffet breakfast served at 8:00 a.m. Big Canoe residents are invited to attend the meeting. The price of breakfast is $13 payable on your POA account or cash at the door. To register, use the online registration or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Reservations are required and must be received by Noon on Thursday

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