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A Diet to Reduce the Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment
Even when treatment for prostate cancer is successful, men often experience pain, incontinence and erectile dysfunction. This diet can help.
Who Suffers More in a Breakup, Men or Women?
An ingenious study looked at antidepressant use among people who had lost their relationships to death, divorce, and simple breaking up.
A Tasty Way to Cut Salt Consumption
Using a salt substitute and avoiding processed foods reduced older adults' risk of hypertension and kept meals delicious. Give it a try.
ED Drugs May Offer Protection Against Alzheimer’s
Drugs like Cialis and Viagra may do more than help with ED. They appear to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's. They may work for women, too.
Cervical Cancer On the Rise in Low-Income Areas
Cervical cancer rates and deaths are rising in low-income counties, despite PAP screening and HPV vaccines, a serious health disparity.
Virtual Reality Support for Patients in Palliative Care
Soothing VR scenes of nature offer people in palliative and end-of-life care an opportunity for escape, reducing pain and relieving stress.
When It Comes to Autoimmune Diseases, X May Mark the Spot
Women are more likely to develop autoimmune diseases like lupus than men. The reason seems to lie on their two X chromosomes.
Money Worries Can Turn into Health Issues
Among the stresses of aging, one worry seems to top even bereavement and divorce: Anxiety about finances raises stress hormones the most.
Combat Veterans with TBIs Turn to Psychedelic Drug for Relief
A plant-based psychedelic, ibogaine, shows promise as a way to relieve symptoms of PTSD in veterans with traumatic brain injuries.
Unintended Weight Loss Could Be a Warning Sign
If you start losing weight without dieting or increasing your activity level, it could be a medical problem. Check in with your doctor.
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