Medical Advisor Dr. J Jacques Carter, discusses Black men having Prostate Cancer.
by Derrick Lane
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New FDA-approved technology could be a significant win for prostate cancer patients across the US. With this innovation, patients may be able to get the treatment they need much sooner. Scientists have been making strides in battling the disease in read more about New FDA Approved Technology Could Be a Big Win for Prostate Cancer Patients
Processed foods are popular because they’re usually convenient and often filling. However, those benefits can come at the cost of your overall health. While many doctors recommend taking processed foods out of your diet, it’s not always easy to know read more about 10 Ways To Easily Kick Processed Foods Out Of Your Diet
Through our genes, we may inherit good traits. That height you have or those light eyes may be passed down from your parents. The unfortunate part about genes, however, is that they can increase our risk of developing certain health read more about At High Risk of Prostate Cancer? Here’s How to Lower Your Odds
If your doctor suspects you’re at risk for prostate cancer, they might recommend a biopsy to confirm it. However, biopsies can be invasive and painful so it’s understandable when some people are hesitant to have them. That’s why it’s good read more about Not Ready For A Biopsy? Talk To Your Doctor About These 3 Alternatives
July Fourth is nearly here, and chances are your weekend plans include at least some grilling. Check out the following cooking tips from registered dietitian Elizabeth Murray to help protect yourself and your loved ones. RELATED: Does Charcoal Grilling Cause read more about Grill Safely This Holiday Weekend With These Tips
Almond, oat, coconut, etc. There are so many options to choose from when selecting milk, which is great if you are lactose intolerant or have special dietary needs. For those of you who aren't lactose intolerant, and can indulge in read more about Could Milk Raise a Man’s Odds for Prostate Cancer?