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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.
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.
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.
Plastics' High Health and Economic Costs
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in plastics can trigger medical problems like diabetes and an estimated $250 billion in healthcare expenses.
Why You Want to Get More of Your Protein from Plants
Women who got most of their protein from plant-based foods like nuts, legumes, and vegetables, lived longer lives free of chronic diseases.
Pancreatic Cancer Risk Linked to High Insulin Levels
High insulin levels can damage cells in the pancreas and encourage precancerous lesions. Controlling blood sugar may help cancer patients.
Breast Cancer's Lesser-Known Early Warning Signs
Most breast cancers aren't best detected early by feeling for a lump in the breast. Other signs show up sooner. They apply to men, too.
The Health Perks of Walkable Neighborhoods
Some neighborhoods encourage walking, and those that do end up lowering the obesity-related cancer risk of the women who live there.
Heavy Metals Found in Cannabis Users
Cadmium and lead were found in high concentrations in the blood of marijuana users. These metals are in the soil. How to lower your risk.
Got a Minute? Try Housework Interval Training
Brief spurts of vigorous activity around the house, from climbing the stairs to hauling groceries, can reduce your cancer risk.
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