Cancer patients will be surprised to know that the over-the-counter painkiller, aspirin may cut their risk of cancer death.
This goes according a study carried out by researchers from Yin Cao at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the USA, which was presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.
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If you drink alcohol, here's some bad news - Australian and Canadian scientists have found that drinking may raise your risk of prostate cancer.
What's more, they found that the more you drink, the greater your risk of the fifth leading cause of death in men worldwide!
These findings go according to a new analysis of 27 studies published in the journal BMC Cancer. Read ... ››› more
You already know that cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower are chockfull of cancer-fighting compounds.
But, according to recent research, watercress is yet another green with potent anti-cancer effects. Here's exactly how this peppery green helps prevent certain cancers.
Watercress increases the antioxidants in your blood, which can help you prevent... ››› more
Are you newly diagnosed with localised prostate cancer?
A brand new study published in the Journal of Urology has found that prostate cancer patients who are stressed and anxious are likely to opt for unnecessary treatments, such as radiation therapy and surgery.
Keep reading to learn more about this American study that linked stress and anxiety to more aggressive prostate cancer treatment, ... ››› more
According to The Cancer Association of South Africa, men in South Africa have a one in eight risk of getting cancer in their lifetime. On top of the list of cancers that affect men is prostate cancer, which occurs when cancer begins to grow in a gland in the male reproductive system known as the prostate.
While doctors aren't completely sure what causes prostate cancer, medical experts and res... ››› more
There are many things a dad instils in a son. But one legacy most men could do without is an inherited risk for prostate cancer! Now a study shows that for some men, your father's genetic history could reveal your oncologic destiny - but that doesn't mean you have to succumb to it…
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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 helpin... ››› 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
*Do you really have to go for your annual PSA test?
*The real cause of prostate cancer means you have to go for this test…
*Here's how to protect your prostate the natural way From the age of 40, your doctor says you should have a PSA test to check your prostate health and whether you’re at risk of prostate cancer every year.
But it may not actually be the most important test when it ... ››› 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
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