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Prostate Cancer

This month, clean shaven men everywhere are setting their razors aside to grow beards and mustaches to put a spotlight on men’s health. Some are just raising awareness, others are partnered with charities and gathering sponsorships to help raise money for research. In support of their efforts, here are some of the issues that men […]

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“I should eat this entire bag of candy today because I could get hit by a bus tomorrow.” Yes, life is short and to be enjoyed, but you could make it a little longer and a lot better by making even small improvements to your health. There are lot of studies connecting exercise to a […]

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Most forms of prostate cancer are non-deadly, and don’t actually need treatment. But, if your doctor is older, regularly performs procedures like radiation therapy, or gets kickbacks for recommending treatments, he’s more likely to recommend aggressive treatment and all the side-effects (impotence, incontinence, etc.). So it’s recommended that you get a second opinion. If it’s […]

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For most men, prostate cancer isn’t a life threatening illness. But for a few, it is—and it’s fast acting. Now, scientists have found a way to diagnose it earlier, and possibly detect which men have fast-acting, treatment required prostate cancer and which have the very slow growing, treatment may be worse prostate cancer. The test […]

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Getting more Vitamin D in your diet reduces your risk of prostate cancer, and may even be critical in preventing aggressive forms of the disease. According to new research, there’s a strong correlation between low Vitamin D levels and aggressive prostate cancer (a risk that is twice as strong for African American men). Given past […]

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