If you choose to satisfy your hunger with grapes, apples, or spicy meals like curries, then guess what? You could be starving potential prostate cancer cells at the same time.
A new study is showing that compounds in red grapes, apple skin, and turme... Read More
A 2013 study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that there is a higher risk of prostate cancer for men who consume omega-3 fatty acids.
Because I have always encouraged patients and friends to get plenty of omega-3 fat... Read More
Did you know that prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men?
According to the American Cancer Society, approximately one in seven men in the U.S. are afflicted by this disease, and the risk of being diagnosed with prosta... Read More
For those of us who like to avoid prescription drugs, finding natural remedies and treatments can be quite challenging. Like prescription drugs, natural treatments aren’t always guaranteed to work and there are usually conflicting studies on whethe... Read More
One out of every six men will suffer from prostate cancer. The disease is common but it’s also, in most cases, slow to progress. For many men, especially those who are older and suffering from other health conditions, opting for aggressive treatme... Read More
Every year, about 250,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the U.S. After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in American men. Every American man has a one in six chance of being diagnosed with prostate cance... Read More
We have uncovered some health advice regarding red meat, courtesy of cancer experts in California. If you take a steak, for instance, and pan fry it at high temperatures, you may be increasing your risk of advanced prostate cancer by 40%. If you eat ... Read More
It’s always so encouraging to discover ways all of us can fight cancer ourselves. No need for the folks in white lab coats. Here’s another great story to add to the health breakthroughs, this time on prostate cancer. If you keep a low-fat... Read More