High consumption of dairy products linked to increased prostate cancer risk
A high consumption of dairy products, like milk and cheese, appears to be associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer, according to research published in the Journal...
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Consuming lots of milk and cheese may raise the risk of prostate cancer
Experts at the Mayo Clinic in the US analysed 47 studies that delved into the link between diet and the disease. Results were published in the Journal of the American...
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'Passing Through': In Memory of Gerald Chodak, MD
The prostate cancer community mourns the loss of Gerald Chodak, MD, an influential and iconic figure in urology. Medscape Urology
5 days ago - Medscape
Statins Again Linked to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk
Benefits seen with higher doses, longer duration of use, and lipophilic statins
5 days ago - MedPageToday
Is a Colonoscopy Worth the Risk?
Knowing your potential risk for developing cancer can help you weigh the risks against the benefits of different tests for your situation. According to the American Cancer...
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What do turmeric, apples and grapes have in common? Scientists have found they all help treat prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is among the leading cancers in men in the U.S., second only to skin cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates around 174,650 new cases of - and 31,620...
8 days ago - Natural News
Men Who Conceive With Assisted Reproduction at Increased Prostate Cancer Risk
Men who conceive children using assisted reproduction techniques like in vitro fertilization are more likely to develop prostate cancer and may benefit from screening, a study...
8 days ago - Medscape
Why won't doctors tell us about prostate cancer cure that can spare a man's sex life?
Paul Sayer, 64, from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, was diagnosed with cancer in his 60s. He had high-intensity focused ultrasound treatment in July 2018 and suffered no...
8 days ago - Daily Mail
Men Have Fun in Prostate Cancer Trial
In a randomized trial, football, or soccer as it is known in the United States, benefitted men with prostate cancer in multiple ways. Medscape Medical News
10 days ago - Medscape
More Data Link Statins to Lower Prostate Ca Risk
Benefits limited to longer duration of treatment, higher doses
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New DNA-editing method could fix 89% of genetic diseases, scientists claim
Scientists at MIT and Harvard University's Broad Institute have developed a new way to change single letters in the genetic code without making risky 'cuts' to strands of DNA...
Scientists discover signs a virus may trigger polio-like illness
Acute flaccid myelitis has left nearly 600 in the US - mostly children - with life-threatening paralysis. At last University of California, San Francisco, scientists found...
Recall: Walmart Frozen Sausage for Salmonella Risk
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says George's Prepared Foods of Caryville, TN, produced the Great Value brand pork sausage patty and turkey sausage patty products in April...
Hilary Duff Is All Of Us Struggling With Second Grade Math Homework
Hilary Duff is struggling with second grade math and we feel her Us parents have already gone to school and done all kinds of homework. Eventually, we got to a stage in life...
Poorly patient developed resistance to last-ditch antibiotic for killer...
The unnamed three-year-old, from France, had pneumonia caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a germ already strong enough to fight off many of the life-saving drugs.
20% Patients are Prescribed Opioids Post-Heart Device Implantation Surgery
New large US study found that 1 in 5 patients was prescribed opioids after having a pacemaker or similar device implanted and 80 percent had never taken opioids before, report...
Too Much Stress May Up High Blood Pressure in African-Americans
Can chronic stress increase blood pressure? Yes, high levels of chronic stress can put African-Americans at a higher risk of developing high blood pressure , reveals a new study.
Antibiotic Resistance Doubles in 20 Years: Study
New study analysed 1,232 patients from 18 European countries the resistance to antibiotics taken for Helicobacter pylori infection associated with gastric ulcer, lymphoma and...
Potato Puree can Boost Athletic Performance
Potato freaks rejoice: Eating potato puree is just as effective as carbohydrate gels for boosting exercise performance in trained athletes, reveals a new study.
Essure coil leaves woman in agony for more than five years
EXCLUSIVE: Amy Speers , 34, from County Down, Bangor, Northern Ireland, was left in agony for more than five years after having an Essure sterilisation implant.