Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Batman Wants To Give Men Heads Up On Prostate Issue

ATLANTA (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Even superheroes get the blues, and some even suffer prostate problems.

So says Adam West, former star of television’s Batman series, and the new spokesmen for a campaign aimed at informing aging Baby Boomer men about benign prostatic hyperplasia – or BPH.

West says it was his wife, Marcelle, who urged him to speak up about aging men’s problems of urgency – and frequency, hesitancy, intermittency and nocturnia, which are all symptoms of BPH.

West says BPH does not stand for Batman’s Prostate Health, but nevertheless, Batman himself could have used the caretaking of a good woman at Wayne Manor, just as the actor’s wife has encouraged his health habits.

In West’s words, “There was no funny business at Wayne Manor with Aunt Harriet around; but any older men should know about BPH and how to ask there doctor about it if the symptoms arise, nevertheless.”

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