Tomatoes have been shown to help prevent prostate cancer, as well as reduce tumour growth in people with prostate cancer.
They can also help men suffering from Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia by reducing symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
And now, a recent study has shown that tomatoes could help you breathe better if you have impaired lung function... Breathe better by eating tomatoes?!
Impr... ››› more
Women, especially, are more prone to diabetes in mid-life - when they reach menopause.
The increased age, weight gain that normally accompanies menopause and the hormonal changes in the body all seem to compound to increase the risk of diabetes.
And, if your blood sugar gets out of control, you have a higher risk for diabetes complications. It's important to get your blood sugar levels... ››› more
If you suffer with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), you could be contemplating surgery to get some relief from the constant urgency to urinate.
Unfortunately, surgery comes with risks as does Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP)... Side effects associated with prostate surgery, TURP and BPH drugs...
It seems like there is a lot of choice when it comes to treating an enlarged ... ››› more
If you like dairy foods - or have increased your intake to help prevent weak bones, it's important that you know that studies have shown a link to prostate cancer from dairy intake.
But it doesn't mean you have to cut out all dairy from your diet... Initially, researchers thought it was calcium that increased risk of prostate cancer...
Early studies cast suspicion on calcium supplements when... ››› more
Research shows that the gaps between brain cells increase by as much as 60% during sleep. This allows the cerebrospinal fluid to move freely between brain cells and flush away harmful toxins, which build up during the day.
One of these toxins is known amyloid-beta, which forms plaque in the brain - and is associated with Alzheimer's disease in many studies.
And now, more recent research has ... ››› more
And a humble food could protect your brain from this deterioration...
Researchers from several universities in London ran a study, now published in the medical journal BMJ, involving 131 000 people over a seven year period.
The participants were between the ages of 50 and 79 in 2004 when the study began, and none of them suffered from dementia at the time.
The researchers used the parti... ››› more
If you take the drug, finasteride, to combat hair loss or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), you should wear a condom, if you're a guy.
And if you're a woman, there's something you should know... Why women of child-bearing age should avoid finasteride - directly and through sexual contamination...
Women who experience hair loss may also be prescribed finasteride. But if there's a chan... ››› more
Older men get enlarged prostate glands (BPH); younger men don't.
Older men get prostate cancer; younger men don't. Yet younger men have the highest testosterone levels.
So why do the conventional medical community, patent medicine companies, and government “authorities” continue to warn us of the hazards of testosterone?
The warnings are due, in part, to a 1940s and 1950s disaster wit... ››› more
Struggling to sleep, hot flushes, and feeling down don't have to be the norm with menopause...
There's a herb that's been used for centuries to alleviate these symptoms - safely, without any harsh side-effects.
Find out what it is below... Black cohosh - a natural alternative for perimenopause and menopause symptoms...
Black cohosh is a tall, flowering woodland plant that grows in fore... ››› more
When you're battling cancer, you want to stack all the cards in your favour - and that's why this natural cancer treatment is gaining a lot of support in the field of medicine.
It's called IVC, and it stands for Intravenous Vitamin C treatment.
Read on below about how it disarms cancer cells and the positive results of some exciting studies... Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxida... ››› more
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