It goes without saying that a prostate cancer diagnosis may be an especially perilous time for men because of the cancer. But prostate cancer death isn't the only risk tied to the first few months after diagnosis…
According to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer are almost twice as likely to commit suicide and die o... ››› more
Nowadays, doctors are now recommending that prostate cancer patients don't use traditional medical cancer treatment unless the cancer is highly progressed - especially if the man is older than 60.
But that doesn't mean that prostate cancer patients shouldn't do all that they can to fight prostate cancer…
Read on for four herbs that are effective at reducing existing prostate cancer and pr... ››› more
Following a moderate or intense exercise programme isn't just good for relieving stress and mental tension, losing and controlling your weight, keeping your heart healthy, cutting your risk of some cancers and strengthening your joints and bones...
According to a new study by The American Cancer Society that was presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in ... ››› more
You probably know someone who is currently battling or has died from prostate cancer, whether you're a man or woman. Am I right?
In fact, it's the second most common form of cancer among men in the world. However, while it can be serious, a diagnosis of prostate cancer isn't a death sentence.
More than 2.9 million men in the US alone who have been diagnosed are still alive today. Still, the... ››› more
- New study shows the Mediterranean Diet lowers your risk of aggressive prostate cancer and death
- The high level of antioxidants in Mediterranean-style food prevent prostate cancer cells mutating
- Eat more olive oil, avocados, nuts, seeds, fish and fresh fruit and vegetables
The health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet are far greater than protecting your heart and helping you to lose we... ››› more
Attention men: Did you know that you're SEVEN TIMES LESS likely to die of prostate cancer if you have high levels of the “sunshine vitamin”, vitamin D?
A study performed by the Commonwealth Medical College looked at 160 men with prostate cancer and found a link between dying of prostate cancer and vitamin D levels.
If you're looking to slash your risk of dying of prosta... ››› more
Prostate cancer is one of the worst types of cancer around the globe.
The worst thing about it is you're likely to receive the diagnosis only once the cancer is in its late stages.
It's just THAT difficult to detect.
And that means your survival rate is significantly lower compared to other forms of cancer, because, by then, there's no telling how many of your other tissues are invaded... ››› more
You'd think you can just go through life living happy and health, where in fact everything you do when it comes to your lifestyle and your diet seems like it's out to get you.
The foods you eat and the environment you're in is completely against the health of your prostate. Not to mention what your own body seems to do to it.
As you get older, your prostate naturally enlarges and this is... ››› more
You're probably know that braaiing your steak isn't the healthiest way to eat it. This because the high temperatures cause changes in the meat that become caner-causing agents in your body. And that spells disaster for your prostate.
But there's a delicious way to fight this!
Researchers tested how using beer as a meat marinade can lower the amount of caner-causing agents in your braai me... ››› more
A new study in the medical journal, Clinical Cancer Research, showed a vitamin D deficiency can cause aggressive prostate cancer. Here's what you should know…
Prostate problems? Considering surgery? Don’t do anything until you read THIS
Thousands of South African men may have to undergo painful prostate surgery this year alone.
And they... ››› more
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