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Researchers say that a drug used to treat enlarged prostates may also slow the growth of tumors in men with low-risk prostate cancer who opt to be monitored instead of getting treated right away. A study found that men taking the drug Avodart were...
Special to Tribune NewspapersQ: Have you ever heard of ibuprofen helping men with prostate problems? I am a runner and frequently use ibuprofen after a long run. I discovered that on the days that I took ibuprofen, I didn't have to get up at night to go to the bathroom. When I have...
Full-fat, low-fat or skim? Used to be, there weren't many choices to make over what to pour on your cereal. But the number of alternatives to cow's milk -- soy, goat's, hemp milk, more -- has steadily grown. Each has its fans: those who swear by goat's...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHalf of the men who received a PSA test for prostate cancer were not asked if they wanted it, despite national guidelines recommending that physicians thoroughly discuss the issue with their patients, according to a telephone survey. More than two-thirds...
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersElderly white women with painfully bent backs have long been the symbol of osteoporosis, the brittle bone disease that can cause devastating fractures. But now researchers are warning another group is at much higher risk for the condition than...
Steve Lavin, the man who led St. John's Red Storm basketball team to the NCAA tournament where they tied for third in the Big East, announced Friday that he has prostate cancer. In a statement, the 46-year-old reveals that he was diagnosed several months...
HealthKey.comMore information than ever is available these days about prostate health, yet many men find themselves uninformed when it comes to one of the most common prostate conditions, prostatitis, a disease of the prostate gland. More than half of the men in...
Tags: Urinary System, Symptoms, Fever, Penis, Men's Health
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersMounting evidence indicates that prostate cancer is an infectious disease caused by a recently identified virus. It will be some time before researchers can definitively prove whether the virus causes prostate cancer. And even more time to develop a...
Tags: Science and Technology, Cancer, Vaccines, Washington, DC, Utah
HealthKey.com contributorParents everywhere were alarmed when, in 2008, Health Canada announced it had found the estrogen-mimicking chemical bisphenol A, known as BPA, in 84 percent of samples of baby food sold in glass jars. Their lids were lined with plastic. At the forefront...
Five years ago, when he was diagnosed with cancer, Kevin Brick gratefully accepted a doctor's offer to wait and see what happened to the tiny tumor in his prostate gland. So far, there is no evidence the cancer is growing or becoming more aggressive....
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