Web sites and media in general are always looking to dispense advice. It makes for great viewing and is very popular. My issue with it is when the advice is wrong. I want to nominate Melanie Haiken at Caring.com for July's Morons on the March Award (a new fake award I just came up with) who was able to get her list of "15 Medical Tests Every Man Should Have" published on MSN's website. See if you can pick up some tests she recommends that ARE NOT recommended by the best medical organizations out there (hint: PSA, bladder cancer screening, etc.)? Who is Melanie Haiken? I am sure she is a good person with a good heart but her medical background is a master's degree in Journalism and a B.A. in English. Perpetuating lists like this just confuses patients and needs to be left to the professional organizations who offer recommendations based on evidence.