Eating moderate amounts of dark chocolate benefits health in many ways. In fact, chocolate is now considered an anti-aging, anti-inflammatory “superfood” for the brain and body. Studies examining the health benefits of chocolate continue to reveal new and exciting chocolate benefits, particularly in the realms of cognitive function, mood, and
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Prostate cancer is the second-most-common cancer in men (after skin cancer) and the second-most-common cause of cancer-related death in men (after lung cancer). Latest data from the American Cancer Society: One in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, and one in 41 will die from
Having a healthy body and mind going into periods of stress will help you cope better with added pressure and strain. While it may feel good to drown your worries in salty or sugary foods and an extended Netflix marathon, these escapes will have your health spiraling out of control.
Does antiperspirant cause cancer? European researchers are urgently calling for removal of aluminum from antiperspirants due to the dangers of aluminum toxicity.
You’re feverish and fatigued. Your joints ache, and your lymph glands have swollen. Sounds like you have signs of the flu or any number of infections. But they’re also common leukemia symptoms.
In general terms, leukemia is cancer of your body’s blood-forming tissues, such as the bone marrow. Signs of leukemia
Mindfulness Could Help With Weight Control
Can mindfulness training help overweight people shed pounds and keep them off? A recent review analyzed 19 studies that involved either formal meditation, informal mindfulness strategies that focused on eating activity, or some combination of these two approaches. Initially, when compared to participants treated with diet
Researchers Uncover Cell Changes Behind Therapy-Resistant Cancers
Over the past several years, targeted therapies against cancer have been developed as an alternative to chemotherapy. Targeted therapies, at least in theory, can impact cancerous cells without harming healthy ones. However, in many cancers, cells have developed the ability to resist these newer
Prostate cancer is the second-most-common cancer in men (after skin cancer) and the second-most-common cause of cancer-related death in men (after lung cancer). One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
To keep things in perspective, however, it is also one of the most survivable cancers:
The glandular cells of the prostate play an important role in reproduction, producing the fluids that help make up semen. These tiny cells also serve as the birthplace for nearly all prostate cancers. Genes in these cells slowly mutate, leading to the formation of abnormal cells. The cells proliferate and