Prostate Cancer

  • 9/16/2013
    The roots and rhizomes of this shrub contain numerous phytochemicals and nutrients that are used to maintain urinary tract health and kidney detox.
  • 9/16/2013
    An antioxidant compound, it's derived as a supplement mainly from tomatoes, lycopene foods appear to be the best defense against prostate and bladder cancer.
  • Men's health issues
    A new study has concluded that men with high levels of omega-3s have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer and of developing the most aggressive forms of prostate cancer.
  • Men's Health Topics
    Check out a variety of articles on men's health: what you need to know about prostate cancer, hormone balancing, sex drive, natural testosterone, impotence, and what you can do naturally for the top health issues affecting men today.
  • 10/31/2011
    On October 12th, the researchers conducting the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial  published the results of their eight year investigation  by announcing that vitamin E supplementation not only does not help prevent prostate cancer; it actually increases your risk of getting it -- substantially. As it turns out, the study is based on false logic. It is sophistry. It is bad advice.
  • 6/25/2011
    A study conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston showed that regularly consuming six or more cups of coffee daily can reduce your risk of developing lethal prostate cancer by 60 percent. If that sounds like more coffee than you can handle in one day, drinking one to three cups a day provides some benefit too. That amount was associated with a 30 percent lower risk of fatal prostate cancer compared to those who don't drink coffee at all.
  • skipping prostate screening test
    Last year, the American Cancer Society revised its recommendations about prostate cancer screening. They changed from advising men 40 and over to get a regular check-up to a more cautious suggestion of discussing your risk level with your doctor to determine whether an exam is warranted. Now, there is further research backing up the determination that prostate cancer screenings can potentially be more harmful than helpful.
  • 5/11/2010
    The annual bill for PSA screening in the U.S. is $3 billion, even though the test “is hardly more effective than a coin toss.” Learn more about healthy PSA levels, prostate tumors, prostate cancers and whether PSA testing will become mandatory for cancer prevention.
  • 5/7/2010
    The annual bill for PSA screening in the U.S. is $3 billion, even though the test "is hardly more effective than a coin toss."  Learn the truth about PSA testing, what tests will give you more accurate results concerning your prostate health, and about alternative cancer therapies with this health podcast.
  • 1/14/2010
    A study, just published in Cancer Prevention Research, found 10 phytochemicals in pomegranates that seem to inhibit the growth of estrogen-responsive breast tumors.
  • 9/14/2009
    Everyone produces up to 10,000 cancer cells every single day of their life as part of the normal metabolic process. Don't be frightened. Once you understand it, it's possible to work with your body to prevent those cells from ever taking root - or reverse them if they do.
  • 7/6/2009
    This issue explores the virtues of green tea, while at the same time examining how governments in collusion with large drug companies quietly work in the background to deny you access to the supplements you want and need.
  • 6/8/2009
    On May 27th, the American Cancer Society announced that 650,400 U.S. cancer deaths were avoided from the early 1990s through 2005. This is thrilling, exciting, and, oh yes, absolutely unsupported by the evidence at hand.
  • 2/17/2009
    A new study just came out in the journal Cancer reporting that smoking marijuana leads to a 70 percent increased risk of developing an aggressive form of testicular cancer.
  • 12/26/2008
    The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has predicted that worldwide, cancer rates will likely more than double by 2030.
  • 12/8/2008
    The American Cancer Society released a report showing that cancer rates and cancer deaths declined in the latest census, which covers the years 1975 to 2005. But all is not as it seems.
  • 11/25/2008
    A recent PBS documentary profiles women who have tested positive for the BRCA gene mutation, which according to "reputable" medical sources, puts those women at an 85 percent lifetime chance of developing breast cancer, and a 50 to 60 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer.
  • 11/1/2008
    New research out of the University of Oxford in England has confirmed a strong link between eating meat and dairy and the development of prostate cancer.
  • 9/15/2008
    A series of new studies just announced major breakthroughs in brain cancer, pancreatic cancer, and prostate cancer. If you were to believe the media, it would appear that we're finally seeing the long-promised light at the end of the tunnel in the war on cancer. Ah, if only that were true.
  • 7/12/2008
    A new study out of the Cancer Institute of New Jersey on early-stage prostate cancer found that hormone therapy treatment did nothing at all to prolong survival.
  • 5/18/2007
    Could multivitamins and supplements harm your prostate? Jon dissects what current studies are revealing and explains how to make educated decisions about what you take for disease prevention.
  • 5/18/2007
    A new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute finds that taking multivitamins and antioxidants significantly increases men's risk of advanced and fatal prostate cancer.
  • full spectrum vitamin e
    As the media and government debate the benefits of Vitamin E, most Americans still are not getting enough Vitamin E per day.
  • 1/8/2007
    That deaths from cancer are down is certainly good news. I'm just not sure that the medical community can take that much credit for it.
  • 10/7/2006
    Understand how natural health can help prevent prostate cancer with things like quercetin, citrus pectin, AHCC and cesium chloride.
  • 8/30/2006
    Is there a role for medical treatments? Absolutely. But don't be railroaded into anything. Don't be intimidated by doctors just because they are doctors. Make sure you research the efficacy of the treatment your doctor is recommending.
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