How Saw Palmetto Might Help Your Prostate
This herb might make life a lot more comfortable.
1 day ago - Mens health
Prostate cancer symptoms: Look out for these tell-tale signs
Paul Burrell, 64, opened up about his 'life-changing' diagnosis with prostate cancer. The former butler of Princess Diana, said he will undergo an operation next month to...
3 days ago - Daily Mail
New Cancer Data Spark Outcry From Patient Advocates
A recent rise in the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer has fanned resentment among patient advocates, who say their concerns have gone unheeded. Medscape Medical News
6 days ago - Medscape
Bill Turnbull's daughter running London Marathon in his memory
Flora Turnbull is to run the event in honour of her father and raise prostate cancer awareness.
7 days ago - BBC
Can more veggies save your prostate? 96 per cent of men don't eat enough
Research has shown the benefits of a plant-based diet in slowing the progression of prostate cancer.
8 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Cryo-electron microscopy captures the first 3D structure of SPOP protein that drives cancer
SPOP is the most mutated protein in prostate cancer and plays a role in endometrial, uterine and other cancers. Despite this importance, how SPOP mutations drive cancer has...
9 days ago - News Medical
What Is Bipolar Androgen Therapy for Prostate Cancer?
The approach takes advantage of castration-resistant prostate cancer cells' adaptive reliance on androgen signaling. Medscape Medical News
9 days ago - Medscape
Prostate Cancer Death: Race Is Irrelevant
Despite a long-held belief that prostate cancer mortality is worse among Black men, in fact, it is similar or even lower than the rate in White men when social factors are...
10 days ago - Medscape
Thomas Jefferson University appoints chair of medical oncology
William Kevin Kelly, DO, has been appointed chair of the department of medical oncology for Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Kelly joined Jefferson...
11 days ago - Healio
MRI-Guided RT Reduced Acute Toxic Effects in Men With Localized Prostate Cancer
Stereotactic body radiotherapy guided by MRI for localized prostate cancer resulted in fewer toxicities and an improvement in quality of life compared with CT guidance...
14 days ago - MedPageToday
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Early menopause linked to increased STROKE risk
Researchers from Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, China, used data from almost 123,000 postmenopausal women, with an average age of 58.
Age-Friendly Funding Alert: BCBS Foundation, AARP Community Challenge Reminder
The Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative is pleased to promote the following funding opportunities that advance inclusive age- and dementia friendly communities: Blue...
Jobs in Healthy Aging: Executive Office of Elder Affairs, Mass Home Care
Please check out and spread the word on the following job opportunities in the healthy aging network: Behavioral Health Program Coordinator - Executive Office of Elder...
Resources for Conservatorship and Guardianship Abuse Awareness Day from NCLER
The National Center for Law and Elder Rights is recognized February 1st as Conservatorship and Guardianship Abuse Awareness Day by raising awareness about the potential abuses...
AARP Highlights Stories of Older Adults Impacted by Interstate Highway...
When the interstate highway system was created in the mid-20th century, the routes isolated or destroyed urban neighborhoods nationwide, particularly those with predominantly...
Indigenous Australians to be formally recognised in Voice proposal
A meeting between Peter Dutton and the government's senior Indigenous referendum advisory failed to address the opposition leader's concerns.
Rutgers to launch a research and treatment center focused on Alzheimer's disease
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences is launching the Herbert and Jacqueline Krieger Klein Alzheimer's and Dementia Clinical Research and Treatment Center.
VIDEO: Diagnostics, operative precision key to refractive enhancement
KOLOA, Hawaii - In this Healio Video Perspective from Hawaiian Eye 2023, Karl G. Stonecipher, MD, discusses enhancement strategies for cataract surgery. “It's a continuum. You...
Risk of Postmenopause Stroke Goes Back to Woman's Reproductive Years
A woman's cumulative exposure to estrogen remained protective against certain types of strokes after menopause, no matter how researchers estimated such exposure in a large...
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