Dr. Allen Seftel, urology division head at Cooper Health System, discusses men's sexual health
In the latest in a series of video podcasts on health topics, Samost Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Southern New Jersey presents Dr. Allen Seftel, head of the urology division of Cooper Health System, discusses men’s urinary and prostate health and men’s sexuality.
The program, recorded in at the Katz JCC on April 10, 2011, is introduced by Sherry Wolkoff, director of communications and marketing for Samost JFCS, and a contributor to this blog.
Caution: This program contains a frank discussion of men’s sexuality and may not be suitable for all viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
The author's granddaughter, Maxie Mandel, at about two years old, playing with the author's 35-year-old bucket.
While sitting by the ocean on one of our many hot summer days, I observed how timeless is the pursuit of pleasure at the Jersey shore.
Children enjoy playing in the exact same manner that I did as a child. Toddlers alternately run towards and away from the waves that crash at their feet, while laughing and shrieking. Equipped with brightly colored pails and shovels, their older brothers and sisters spend hours happily digging in the wet sand, carting endless buckets of water back and forth from the water’s edge to create their castles and other architectural splendors. Those buckets and shovels, which were metal when I was a child; are now made of plastic…but provide just as much fun. Seagulls, sand crabs, and ice cream men are pursued unmercifully by this age group. Continue reading →