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Prostate Cancer: Men Who Don't Ejaculate Often May Be Up For Higher Risk
The men who ejaculated for at least 21 times a month when they were 20-29 were found to be 19 percent less likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer compared to the guys who ejaculated for just seven times monthly, Huffington Post reported. Meanwhile ... [...]
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Guys Who Don't Ejaculate Frequently Could Have A Higher Risk Of Prostate Cancer
“Ejaculation frequency is, to some extent, a measure of overall health status in that men at the very low end of ejaculation – 0 to 3 times per month – were more likely to have other (medical problems) and die prematurely from causes other than ... [...]
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Nearly one in five men don't know they have a Prostate, survey finds
Not everyone experiences symptoms of prostate cancer. Many times, signs of prostate cancer are first detected by a doctor during a routine check-up. Some men, however, will experience changes in urinary or sexual function that might indicate the ... [...]
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REVEALED: Nearly one in five men don't know they have a PROSTATE
With enough money and the right action from clinicians and researchers, the charity said it can halve the 14,500 men projected to die from prostate cancer in 2026, creating the better diagnosis and treatments that will make it a disease the next ... [...]
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Don't be one of the 2000 women who don't know they have breast cancer
Orange-based McGrath breast care nurse Sue Kuter said the benefit of the screening was to find the cancers in their earliest stages, where the chances of successful treatment are highest. “If it's screened it's much smaller and they can be cured more ... [...]
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Breast cancer: don't be one of the 2000
Orange-based McGrath breast care nurse Sue Kuter said the benefit of the screening was to find the cancers in their earliest stages, where the chances of successful treatment are highest. “If it's screened it's much smaller and they can be cured more ... [...]
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Don't miss cancer warning signs
Statistics show that the likelihood of surviving breast cancer is five times higher if detected at an early stage compared to a late stage, 14 times higher for bowel cancer and 20 times higher for lung cancer. The 'Don't Get Scared, Get Checked' call ... [...]
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Attention, weight-watchers! Don't count your calories, eat quality food
NEW YORK: Have you come across a few people who never seem to worry about weight and yet manage to stay slim? One secret that works behind their seeming effortlessness may actually be a sharp focus on the quality of food that they eat, suggests new ... [...]
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Breast cancer: Don't waste time on alternative treatments
When Anita found out she had Stage Two breast cancer, doctors recommended that she have a mastectomy to remove her right breast and the lymph nodes around it. But the teacher decided not to follow her doctor's prognosis and sought the help of a ... [...]
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Don't kill cancer, learn to live with it, say scientists
"Finally, we note that the evolutionary principles that govern AT may be applicable to a wide range of breast cancer treatments including hormonal manipulation and immunotherapy, although they will need to undergo further testing in those settings.". [...]
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Are men dying needlessly because we don't make all over-50s have prostate tests?
The key to treating cancer is spotting the disease at the earliest possible stage, when effective treatment is still possible. Screening programmes - as we have for breast, bowel and cervical cancer - are a wonderfully effective tool for making a ... [...]
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Can you eat and exercise your way to a smart brain? Don't miss the results of …
While both these studies were in rats, a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study in 60 healthy adults investigating curcumin's effects on cognition and mood also showed promising results. In conclusion, while many dietary components can ... [...]
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