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
Like virtually all cancers, your risk of prostate cancer is influenced by your lifestyle.
Diet and exercise are two factors that have a huge impact on your prostate health. Today, I'm going to let you in on how you can adjust these two factors to help prevent prostate cancer!
These recommendations come courtesy of well-respected physician and author, Dr Joseph Mercola. Read on for more.
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Many conventional health experts believe that testosterone causes prostate cancer. But new research suggests that oestrogen might be the more likely culprit.
It's suggested that there's a hidden sources of oestrogen to blame for prostate cancer increases.
Water contaminated by women's birth control pills.
Read on to discover how this hidden culprit could be raising your prostate cancer r... ››› more
Attention men! You're not getting any younger and that means you should be increasingly concerned about your risk of prostate cancer.
After all, prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among men in the world.
Your family history, age and race are the most common risk factors for the disease, but recent research compiled by the British Journal of Cancer (BJC) has unearthed some ot... ››› more
Think prostate cancer is something only your dad's at risk of? Think again.
Since prostate cancer is most prevalent in men who are 65 and older, it's easy to see it as “an old man's disease.”
But thinking this way could be YOUR undoing, warns Dr Troy Sukkarieh, a board-certified urologic surgeon in the US.
This because the number of younger men diagnosed with prostate cancer has incr... ››› more
“Prostate cancer is the worst-case scenario of prostate problems,” says. Dr Jonathan Wright of Nutrition and Healing. According to Cancer.org, one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Luckily, there are alternatives you can use to reduce your prostate cancer risk today! “Prostate cancer occurs when cells in the prostate gland grow out of control. There are o... ››› more
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