Lifestyle, Diet And Your Prostate
Exercise's effect on prostate cancer revealed
(8 February 2012)
Scientists have identified 200 genes in men with prostate cancer that help explain how physical activity can benefit survival rates...
Vitamin E goes from prostate hero to villain
(19 October 2011)
Vitamin E supplements, once thought to reduce prostate cancer risk, may actually raise the risk of prostate cancer...
Cholesterol drug shrinks enlarged prostates
(24 October 2010)
In animal tests, Zetia, an FDA approved cholesterol-lowering drug, reduced enlarged prostates to the same extent as a drug specifically used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia...
Herbicide causes prostate problems, delays puberty
(6 September 2010)
Exposure to low doses of atrazine, a widely used herbicide, caused prostate inflammation in rats and delayed the onset of puberty...
Selenium may worsen prostate cancer
(21 July 2009)
In men with a certain genetic variant, having a high level of selenium in the blood was associated with a two-fold greater risk of a poorer prognosis than men with the lowest amounts of selenium...
Restricting carbs appears to slow prostate tumor growth
(28 May 2009)
Limiting the intake of carbohydrates - regardless of weight loss - appears to slow the growth of prostate tumors, according to a new study...
Sex and masturbation associated with higher prostate cancer risk
(2 February 2009)
A new study contradicts earlier findings with the revelation that men who are very sexually active in their twenties and thirties are more likely to develop prostate cancer...
PSA Test Skewed By Obesity
(22 August 2008)
The test for high levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) that indicates possible prostate cancer appears to be biased against obese men, whose PSA levels tend to be deceptively low...
Get Active, Avoid Urological Problems
(21 April 2008)
For older men, physical activity can significantly reduce the risk of developing an enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction and lower urinary tract symptoms...
Weight A Big Factor In Prostate Cancer Survival
(12 November 2007)
Overweight and obese men with prostate cancer were nearly twice as likely to die compared to prostate cancer sufferers who had a normal body mass index...
More Evidence For Omega-3 Slowing Prostate Cancer
(27 June 2007)
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil and certain types of fish may be particularly beneficial for men who are genetically more likely to develop prostate cancer...
Weight Gain Can Turbocharge Prostate Cancer
(18 January 2007)
A higher body mass index and weight gain in adulthood are strongly associated with an increased risk of death from prostate cancer...
Diet And Stress Key Factors In Prostate Cancer Progression
(21 August 2006)
There's new evidence that dietary changes and stress management training appear to be effective in slowing, or even halting, the spread of prostate cancer...
Omega-3 Puts Brakes On Prostate Cancer
(3 August 2006)
A diet that includes more omega-3 fatty acids may reduce both prostate cancer tumor growth and PSA levels...
A Pomegranate Juice A Day Helps Keep Prostate Cancer At Bay
(6 July 2006)
Increasing prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels are usually a sign that prostate cancer is on the march, but researchers have found that pomegranate juice can dramatically slow rising PSA levels...
Aye Carumba! Peppers Burn Up Prostate Cancer Cells
(20 March 2006)
A potential new treatment for prostate cancer that uses capsaicin - the hot stuff in jalapeño and habañera peppers - has been found to be extremely effective at destroying tumors...
Curry, Cauliflower, Latest Prostate Cancer Preventatives
(26 January 2006)
The curry spice turmeric, in combination with vegetables like cauliflower, holds real potential for the treatment and prevention of prostate cancer, say American researchers...
Diet And Lifestyle May Reverse Prostate Cancer
(15 August 2005)
A surprising new study suggests that men changing their lifestyles and diets can halt, or perhaps even reverse, the progression of prostate cancer...
Sunlight Can Help With Prostate Health
(30 June 2005)
Prostate cancer researchers say that increased exposure to sunlight may decrease the risk of prostate cancer...
Prostate Cancer Slowed With Low Fat Diet
(23 August 2004)
Researchers say that a diet low in polyunsaturated fats can slow cancer growth and increase patient survival times...
Tea Slows Prostate Cancer Growth
(28 April 2004)
A new study suggests that prostate cancer cells grow more slowly in men who consume either green or black tea...
Soy Consumption Tackles Baldness, Prostate Growth
(9 April 2004)
A molecule created in the intestine when soy is digested is a natural and powerful blocker of a male hormone involved in prostate cancer and male pattern baldness...
Broccoli Protects Against Prostate Cancer
(12 February 2004)
Yet another reason to eat your greens, vegetables such as broccoli offer protection against prostate cancer...
Aggressive Prostate Cancer Linked To Weight
(15 January 2004)
Obese men with prostate cancer are more likely to have aggressive tumors and to experience cancer recurrence after surgery compared to men of normal weight...
Sex And Masturbation Cut Prostate Cancer
(17 July 2003)
The more orgasms the better. A new study has found that the more frequently men ejaculate, the less likely they are to develop prostate cancer…
Heavy Smoking Doubles Risk Of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
(14 July 2003)
Middle-aged men who are long-term, heavy smokers face twice the risk of developing more aggressive forms of prostate cancer than men who have never smoked...
An Aspirin A Day To Keep Prostate Cancer Away?
(14 March 2002)
A new study suggests that regular use of aspirin, ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs may help protect against prostate cancer...
Tomato Sauce - Prostate Cancer Fighter
(30 August 2001)
For African-American men, lycopene - a chemical found in abundance in tomato sauce - may help prevent the development of prostate cancer...
Fruit, Vegetables And Prostate Cancer
(27 April 2001)
Quercetin (kwer-se-ten), a natural substance found in apples, onions, tea and red wine, may be a potentially novel approach for preventing and treating prostate cancer...
High Fibre Diet Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk
(27 January 2001)
Researchers have discovered more evidence that high-fibre diets, specifically those high in soluble fibre such as oat bran and legumes, protect against prostate cancer...
Diet & Exercise Can Inhibit Prostate Cancer
(21 September 2000)
A high-fat diet and sedentary lifestyle may predispose men to prostate cancer. Adopting a low-fat, high-fiber diet and exercise program may play a role in reducing the possibility of prostate cancer…
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