What’s the worst thing you can do to your prostate gland? Many men forget that they have a prostate until it starts acting up. Although it’s small (an average gland is about the size of a walnut) it can complicate your life. As men age, the gland can gradually enlarge to the point where it keep reading
In 1991, Operation Desert Storm brought the first large-scale use of missile-type bombs that carried precision guidance systems, or “smart” bombs. Since these munitions could hit targets with great accuracy, collateral damage to civilians and civilian structures was greatly reduced. Now there is a new approach using smart bomb principles to treating metastatic prostate cancer keep reading
Men with localized prostate cancer (PCa) are usually given three treatment choices: radical prostatectomy (RP), external beam radiation therapy (EBRT) or Active Surveillance (AS). Although patients are rarely told about minimal-to-noninvasive treatments that can be applied as focal therapy, it’s somewhat heartening that urologists and radiologists are increasingly supportive of AS for low-risk patients. This keep reading
If you read the title and thought, “WHAT!? Is cooking meat linked to cancer?” you are not alone. Chances are, you were taught that meat is a valuable source of protein, and from early childhood on you learned that cooking meat can produce some incredibly yummy dishes. Today, most people know that some meats, especially keep reading
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