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Deadly Prostate Cancer on the Rise

Cases of metastatic prostate cancer are on the rise since the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended against routine PSA (prostate specific antigen)...

Dietary Supplements for an Enlarged Prostate

If you, like many older men, have an enlarged prostate—a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH—you probably know all too well how...

Obesity Linked to Advanced Prostate Cancer

Men who are moderately obese in middle age and later life may be more likely to develop advanced or aggressive prostate cancer, according to...

Guide to Preventive Care and Screening Tests

You are responsible, in large part, for managing your own preventive health care. It is your most important investment of time and money. Yet...

Is Soy Still Good for You?

Once confined largely to health food stores, soy foods have become firmly entrenched in the American mainstream. Toddlers snack on edamame, soymilk lattes are...
phytochemicals

Phytochemicals: What They Are and What They Do

Riddle: Thousands of these substances exist in fruits and vegetables and whole grains. They are neither vitamins nor minerals, and they supply no calories....

New Generation Cancer-Detection Tests

In the past couple of years, an increasing number of articles in mainstream news publications have touted an emerging technology with the potential to...
lung cancer screening

Lung Scans: Time to Get Scanned?

Many former smokers should consider yearly lung cancer screening—even if they quit decades ago, according to updated guidelines from the American Cancer Society (ACS). Although...
understanding and treating insomnia

Guide to Understanding and Treating Insomnia

An estimated one-third of us have insomnia, sometimes severe and chronic, sometimes “secondary,” meaning that it arises from such sleep disrupters as anxiety, pain,...
anti-inflammatory diets

Anti-Inflammatory Diets: An Antidote to Chronic Illness?

What's a common thread that might connect chronic conditions like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, depression, and maybe even Alzheimer’s disease? If you...