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Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

How to protect your heart during prostate hormone therapy

Even though testosterone is a natural male hormone, it can fuel certain prostate cancer cells, accelerating their growth. By starving them of this fuel, hormone therapy can help slow their growth or even cause cancer cell death. While there’s no doubt that this can help save your life, there is a downside…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Omega-3 relief: You don’t have to choose between heart health and prostate cancer

Essential fatty acids found in fish oil have had their ups and downs in health news. First, they were praised for heart health, then dashed for prostate cancer potential, then dashed again on heart disease. But finally, it looks like more studies are coming out that vindicate omega-3s all around…

Amanda Luft

The complicated connection between dairy and prostate cancer

Dairy marketing has long convinced many of us that drinking a lot of milk is the express lane to strong bones. We’ve told that “milk does a body good.” Turns out, that may not only be false, but a downright dangerous statement that’s luring thousands of men to their early deaths.

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

13-year study shows this food fights prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is scary. While chances of survival are good compared to some cancers, as long as it’s found early, it’s still the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men. Every day in this country, eighty-eight men die from the disease. But a study evaluating more than 36,000 men shows you can significantly reduce your risk.

Jenny Smiechowski

Is chicken really the healthier alternative to red meat?

Despite the debate on meat’s health merits, most meat-eaters are confident about one fact: White meat is healthier than red. Well, before you cook up a white meat feast fit for a king, you should know that chicken isn’t the perfect alternative to red meat we thought it was…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Androgen deprivation therapy raises Alzheimer’s and dementia risk

One in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. This means many men will face a particularly difficult choice between cancer treatment and the possibility of Alzheimer’s or dementia. There are ways to reduce your risk of prostate cancer and the possibility of androgen therapy…

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Jenny Smiechowski

The dangerous dietary fat behind rising prostate cancer rates

Last year, the National Cancer Institute delivered good news… Cancer diagnoses and deaths went down again, continuing a promising trend that’s lasted for the past 20 years or so. But there are certain cancers that bucked this trend — like prostate cancer.

Jenny Smiechowski

The bowel problem that quadruples your prostate cancer risk

Many chronic diseases come with other health risks. And that seems to be the case with inflammatory bowel diseases too, like Crohn’s or colitis. In fact, a new study shows that men with IBD are more at risk for a super serious health condition…

Joyce Hollman

Why Japanese men don’t get prostate cancer

Over the years, there has been seemingly convincing research on both sides of the soy question as it relates to health. However, several recent reviews of observational studies point to a connection between soy and the prevention of prostate cancer…

Dr. Isaac Eliaz

Can supplements help conventional prostate cancer therapies?

A critical strategy in conventional cancer care is preventing treatment resistance. That means finding ways to stay ahead of the disease to keep cancer cells from becoming immune to the anti-cancer actions of chemotherapy drugs, radiation, hormonal therapies and others.

Dr. Isaac Eliaz

How an integrative therapy helps against prostate cancer relapse

Men with relapsed prostate cancer have historically been limited in terms of available treatment options… But new research into an integrative therapy is opening new doors for patients struggling against this aggressive disease.

Jenny Smiechowski

A toast to red wine’s protective prostate benefits

Drinking alcohol can contribute to at least 13 types of cancer. But there’s something different about red wine… Not only does it not increase your cancer risk, new research shows red wine can cut your risk of the most common cancer in the Western world…

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