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Turmeric for a healthy heart, prostate, reduce inflammation and pain, and so much more!
Protect your heart, reduce inflammation and pain, plus so much more with turmeric.   [...]
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Check Out Warung Cikgu For Hearty No-Frills Nasi Mmanggey
It is an irresistible combination of fluffy hot-from-the-steamer rice drizzled with gulai ayam and served with easy-to-eat pieces of juicy fried turmeric chicken and burn-your-tongue-off sambal belacan that draws people to Warung Cikgu in Puchong. Started in May 2005, the eatery was set up by Kelantan native Ariff Suqimi and managing the two outlets is Ariff’s primary school friend and fellow Kelantanese, Nik Mohd Faiz, 28. The name of the place pays tribute to Ariff’s father who is popularly known as Cikgu Karim, a nod to his profession. This January, they expanded and opened another outlet in USJ1’s Regalia Business Centre. What they serve here is nasi Mmanggey which is actually different from the other Kelantanese favourite nasi Kak Wok. Confused because both dishes look identical? Can’t say we blame you as they are both feature fried chicken. Nik Mohd Faiz tells us there are slight differences between the two rice dishes that trace their origins back to Kelantan. He adds, “The concept is the same but the taste is different.” For nasi Mmanggey, the fried chicken is marinated with turmeric powder, chilli powder and salt while the nasi Kak Wok chicken uses a marinade made from fresh turmeric. In terms of spice levels for the sambal belacan accompanying the rice, Nik Mohd Faiz explains to us that they increased the spiciness. In Kelantan, nasi Mmanggey (RM5.50) is usually eaten for breakfast and lunch. At Warung Cikgu, you get to satisfy your cravings for the rice dish throughout the day. Accompany your meal with their kelapa baldi (RM4.20) or fresh coconut water served in a small bucket. Nik Mohd Faiz tells us the coconuts are sourced from Bagan Datoh in Perak. You also have Shake!Gu (RM3.70), their version of coconut shake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The word gu is Kelantanese slang for buddy.If you’re early, look for their breakfast items which are available till 10am. A must-try is the nasi lemak biasa (RM2.70). Simple but satisfying; the fluffy rice is delicious when paired with the fragrant, not too spicy sambal and crunchy deep fried ikan bilis. [...]
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Curcumin Inhibits Prostate Cancer Metastases
Curcumin, an ingredient of the Indian spice Turmeric, has been shown to stop the formation of metastases in prostate cancer patients, researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich, Germany, reported in the journal Carcinogenesis today. [...]
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Why Tommy Archer Stopped Taking Medication for Prostate Cancer – And Why It Worked
Tommy Archer: Just the fact that if I took the medicine for depression, I couldn't drive a race car. Dr. Gupta: And Tommy wanted to get back on the track. So after two years of hormone therapy, he and his doctors decided to take a chance and bring his ... [...]
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Signs and symptoms of prostate cancer
Prostate cancer may not cause any signs or symptoms in its early stages because it is generally a slow-growing cancer. Symptoms appear once the tumour enlarges or grows into surrounding tissues and organs. The signs and symptoms of prostate cancer can also be caused by other health conditions. It is important to have any unusual symptoms checked by a doctor.     [...]
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Prostate cancer: endogenous chemical castration.
We report treatment of intermediate risk prostate cancer in a patient with a brief period of androgen deprivation secondary to a pituitary adenoma. This was a patient with intermediate risk prostate cancer diagnosed in the setting of an elevated ... [...]
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Study: Medical Cannabis May Inhibit The Spread Of Prostate Cancer
In 2009, a team of researchers from the University of Alcalá in Spain published a study in the British Journal of Cancer that adds merit to the thought. It suggests that cannabinoid treatments could inhibit prostate cancer cell growth through ... [...]
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Main Line biotech firm advancing technology to help diagnose, treat prostate …
ProstaGene is developing gene-based technology to diagnose and treat prostate cancer. iStockphoto. ProstaGene has raised $400,000 from private investors to support commercialization of a gene-based test to help guide prostate cancer treatment. [...]
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Prostate Cancer Drug May Slow Memory Loss in Alzheimer's Patients
pills A medication developed and commercialized for treating advanced prostate cancer may also help stabilize cognitive impairment in women who suffer from Alzheimer's disease, according to a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and ... [...]
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Is Prostate-Specific Antigen Test a Reliable Indicator of Prostate Cancer?
Many physicians suspect the risk of overdiagnosis outweighs the potential benefits of early detection and treatment. They say some men have far greater side effects from the treatment of small tumors in their early stages than they would from their ... [...]
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What is prostate cancer? Women speak out on LETHAL disease killing thousands …
Prostate Cancer UK said a poll of more than 3,500 people exposes men's 'widespread ignorance' of their own bodies - but now the women behind the men affected by the disease have come forward to speak out. Loretta Kilgannon, from south London lost her ... [...]
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Radiation May Not Improve Prostate Cancer Survival – Dr. David Samadi
According to world renowned prostate cancer surgeon, Dr. David B. Samadi of Lenox Hill Hospital, for definitive prostate cancer treatment, patients traditionally had two main treatment options: surgery or radiation. Based on a patient's goals, disease ... [...]
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