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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsFormer Congressman Mark Foley, diagnosed several weeks ago with an aggressive prostate cancer, will have surgery Friday morning to have his prostate removed. Foley, who was a Republican congressman from Palm Beach County for almost 12 years, said in a.......
Tags: Politics, Elections, Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Human Body
HealthMom always told us to eat our vegetables. It turns out, she wasn't punishing us. She was extending our lives. We've long known that vegetables are good for you. Now comes research in the journal Molecular Research and Food Nutrition that shows that...
HealthMen, this one is for you. You have been relying on your prostate for a good portion of your reproductive needs. The small walnut-shaped gland produces the seminal fluid that nourishes and transports sperm.It is about time you payed it the common...
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelOK, as promised, I told you I had one last blog posting for the day on Bobby Bowden, and I'm delivering it here. Although the most buzz was generated about the former Florida State coach's appearance on Tuesday morning's ABC's “Good Morning America,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere were doctors and patients, about 1,000 patients. But there were no stethoscopes or white lab coats. Instead, there were smiles, laughter, hugs, fried chicken and giveaways as approximately 1,000 cancer survivors attended the John R. Marsh Cancer...
Tags: Chocolate Cake, Cancer, Wetlands, Human Body, Prostate Cancer
FOX 4 Web ProducerProstate Cancer is the most common cancer among American men. Now, a large study finds men who drink a lot of coffee may have a lower risk of being diagnosed with the disease. FOX 4 Medical Reporter discussed how the two are linked.
email@example.comUrology Associates of Chambersburg recently sent letters to patients who underwent prostate biopsies informing them of needles being reused in the procedure. According to a copy of the letter obtained by The Herald-Mail, patients were advised to have...
Column-writing can be pure drudgery. The best you can hope for is a piece that is remembered a week after it runs, or better yet, one that is forgotten the moment it exits the eyes and courses through the brain. I’ve been the man behind many...
About three-quarters of men with low-risk prostate tumors that can safely be ignored for months or years receive aggressive treatment, despite the risk of complications, researchers reported Monday. The findings, published in the Archives of Internal...
Your life story depends upon a combination of the DNA you're stuck with plus your environment, including all the little choices and events that happen over that lifetime. But in recent years, researchers have discovered that, while DNA lays out the...
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It seemed like a good idea at the time. In 1984, Japan began screening the urine of 6-month-old infants for neuroblastoma, the most common type of solid tumor in young children. The test was simple and could show signs of cancer long before clinical...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The retired bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend says he will undergo radiation treatments for prostate cancer. The Rev. John M. D'Arcy is 78 and retired in January 2010 one year ago and was...
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