A retired barber accused of shooting a California urologist to death in his exam room suffered from prostate problems and was angry about his incontinence after a recent surgery, neighbors said Tuesday.
Get a vasectomy, eat some pizza and watch some basketball. That's the idea behind a promotion by a Massachusetts urologists group that's offering a free pizza to vasectomy patients during March Madness.
Prosecutors in Skagit County, Wash., have charged an Oregon man with first-degree murder in the slaying of a substitute teacher and assistant track coach who reportedly was involved in a "swinger" lifestyle that included the defendant's wife.
The Oregon Urology Institute in Springfield is taking full advantage of the wall to wall coverage of the upcoming NCAA tournament by encouraging men through a radio ad, that now is the perfect time to get a vasectomy.
"When March Madness approaches you need an excuse ... to stay at home in front of the big screen," a radio ad says. "Get your vasectomy at Oregon Urology Institute the day before the tournament starts. It's snip city."
Whether it's emergency treatment, a routine doctor's appointment, or those anxious days between getting poked and prodded for medical tests and receiving the results, waiting happens to just about everyone seeking medical care.