Overcoming stress and anxiety after prostate cancer diagnosis is a challenge that most men face. However, it's important you learn to cope with these feelings to make the best choices regarding your medical treatment.
Don't believe it? A recent study published in the Journal of Urology found that anxiety may prompt prostate cancer patients to opt for potentially unnecessary treatments. Read on ... ››› more
You may shy away from drinking too much coffee too avoid feeling a bit jittery or high-strung. But guess what? A new Harvard study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute reveals that these side effects come with a surprising benefit: Lowered risk of fatal prostate cancer.
According to the study, drinking six or more cups of coffee per day can lower your risk of... ››› more
Men with prostate cancer who smoke cigarettes at the time of their diagnosis have a higher risk of experiencing a recurrence or dying of the disease compared with those who don't smoke cigarettes...
This goes according to a new government-funded study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association - and it's one more very important reason to kick the habit of smoking! For the full... ››› more
Attention, men! You already know that what you eat plays a role in your prostate health. But did you know that you could starve prostate cancer by eating certain foods?
You read that right! New research from The University of Texas at Austin in the United States has identified a number of natural compounds that could thwart the growth of prostate cancer - the most common cancer afflicting men. ... ››› more
According to statistics, only about one man in every 39 will die of prostate cancer. Furthermore, 2.9 million men in the United States who've been diagnosed with prostate cancer are still alive today.
These numbers suggest that although prostate cancer is a serious disease, not many men die from it. That said, it's always smart to precautions - but how can men reduce their risk of prostate canc... ››› more
Scientists from Cleveland Clinic in Ohio in the United States have announced that they have taken steps towards improving therapies for aggressive, treatment-resistant prostate cancer.
They said that for the first time ever, they've shown how the body processes a class of advanced prostate cancer drugs plus how their anti-tumour activity might change depending on how the body metabolises them. ... ››› more
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
A team of researchers from Case Western Reserve University, Molecular Theranostics and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in the USA have discovered a process that allows the use of MRI to detect aggressive, metastatic tumours early in prostate cancer patients.
While their study, published in the journal Biconjugate Chemistry, was done on mice models, the researchers consider this a breakthrough stu... ››› 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
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