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Simple, Proven Ways to Lower Your Prostate Cancer Risk Today

After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men. Roughly one in seven will be diagnosed in their lifetime. But there is good news: Death rates from prostate cancer are relatively low, with 98 percent of…

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Five years cancer free: Bill Kalmar’s story

None of us, I suspect, are fond of visiting our physician, making an unexpected trip to the hospital emergency room, or undergoing an operation. From time to time, we hear about the unanticipated results of a botched operation where the…

Annual checkups: Why they are vital for everyone

More than likely your parents or school ensured you had an annual checkup with your doctor as a kid, either to be up-to-date on shots, for a sports physical and/or check overall health. But as many people grow up, the…

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Movember co-founder Adam Garone talks about the power of the moustache

If you want an excellent example of an effective, well-executed, energetic word-of-mouth campaign, look no further than Movember. What started in 2003 as a way for a group of friends in Australia to give back to their community has grown…

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Thanks for showing your mo’s this Movember

The idea behind Movember is pretty simple.  Revive moustaches for one month as a conversation starter.  Once the conversation starts, make sure the conversation moves to men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.  Raise money for prostate cancer research. …

Hey fellas! Don’t ignore these possible cancer symptoms if you want to stay invincible

During the month of Movember, the focus on prostate and testicular cancer is well placed. One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, making it the second most diagnosed form of cancer, behind only skin cancer. Testicular cancer…

 

Recent Study: How Coffee Drinking May Fight Off Prostate Cancer

That’s right, men: top off that cup of java because it really is good for you.  The study by the Harvard School of Public Health indicates that drinking coffee reduces the risk of prostate cancer amongst men. And the more coffee you…

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