'Passing Through': In Memory of Gerald Chodak, MD
The prostate cancer community mourns the loss of Gerald Chodak, MD, an influential and iconic figure in urology. Medscape Urology
2 days ago - Medscape
Statins Again Linked to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk
Benefits seen with higher doses, longer duration of use, and lipophilic statins
2 days ago - MedPageToday
What do turmeric, apples and grapes have in common? Scientists have found they all help treat prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is among the leading cancers in men in the U.S., second only to skin cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates around 174,650 new cases of - and 31,620...
5 days ago - Natural News
Men Who Conceive With Assisted Reproduction at Increased Prostate Cancer Risk
Men who conceive children using assisted reproduction techniques like in vitro fertilization are more likely to develop prostate cancer and may benefit from screening, a study...
5 days ago - Medscape
Why won't doctors tell us about prostate cancer cure that can spare a man's sex life?
Paul Sayer, 64, from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, was diagnosed with cancer in his 60s. He had high-intensity focused ultrasound treatment in July 2018 and suffered no...
6 days ago - Daily Mail
Men Have Fun in Prostate Cancer Trial
In a randomized trial, football, or soccer as it is known in the United States, benefitted men with prostate cancer in multiple ways. Medscape Medical News
7 days ago - Medscape
More Data Link Statins to Lower Prostate Ca Risk
Benefits limited to longer duration of treatment, higher doses
7 days ago - MedPageToday
Doctor Warns: Eat Soy and You'll Look Five Years Older
By Dr. Mercola In the early 1990's, soy and soy products exploded onto the supermarket scene with promises of bountiful health benefits. This "new miracle food," soy, was...
8 days ago - Mercola
Prostate Cancer Risk Can Be Lowered by Statins
Prostate cancer risk can be lowered in men by using statins. This new research could revolutionize and prevent prostate cancer occurrence.
8 days ago - Medindia Health
Statin use linked with lower risk of developing prostate cancer
In a study of cancer-free men followed for a median of seven years, statin use was associated with a lower risk of developing prostate cancer.
9 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
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If You Only Use ONE Anti-Aging Ingredient, Make It Retinol
Whether you're a beauty product noob or you've been slathering your face with lotions and potions since you were in middle school, you're definitely familiar with the...
Muscle Injuries and Peptide-157
One of the newest discovered peptides is the BPC-157, which stands for a Body Protecting Compound-157. It is a drug that enhances performance, so many competitive athletes...
Your Noisy Knees May Be Trying to Tell You Something
This study is the first to assess this technique in a large number of people with knee osteoarthritis. It was found to distinguish between healthy knees and those afflicted by...
Novel Approach to Treat Parkinson's Disease
Mitigating effects of harmful genetic mutations relieved symptoms in human brain cells and may help treat Parkinson's disease, reports a new study.
Parkinson's: New treatment approach shows promise in brain cells
A new study suggests an innovative strategy for tackling an enzyme that is typically affected in Parkinson's disease. The findings show promise in neurons.
VIDEO: Omidria helps improve cataract surgery experience
SAN FRANCISCO - Eric Donnenfeld, MD, discusses a recent study of Omidria (phenylephrine 1% and ketorolac 0.3% intraocular solution, Omeros) at the American Academy of...
European agency reconsiders, recommends romosozumab for fracture prevention
After a reexamination procedure, a European Medicines Agency committee announced a positive opinion recommending marketing authorization for romosozumab for the treatment of...
A ‘Menopause Champion' at Work? Yes. You Also Get Paid Leave
A British broadcaster says its new menopause policy will help free up a “taboo” subject and close the “gender pain gap.”
Hormone health highlights in honor of World Menopause Day
Friday marks the 10th anniversary of World Menopause Day, established by the International Menopause Society to show support for women worldwide and recognize the challenges of...
Neuroscientists to introduce new approach to assess brain damage in...
TSU neuroscientists and their colleagues from SibSMU plan to introduce a new approach to studying brain damage in patients with Parkinson's disease