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Dear stress: I think it’s time to break up

Dear stress: I think it’s time to break up

If you are the type of person that cannot relax and gets tense from the very mentioning of relaxation or being a part of a group, this article is for you.

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HOW TO PREVENT, DIAGNOSE OR TREAT A RECURRENCE

HOW TO PREVENT, DIAGNOSE OR TREAT A RECURRENCE

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Eating protein three times a day could make our seniors stronger

Eating protein three times a day could make our seniors stronger

Quebec researchers link protein distribution to greater mass and muscle strength in the elderly

Loss of muscle is an inevitable consequence of aging that can lead to frailty, falls or mobility problems. Eating enough protein is one way to remedy it, but it would seem that spreading protein equally among the three daily meals could be linked to greater mass and muscle strength in the elderly. These are the findings of a study conducted at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) in collaboration with the Université de Sherbrooke and the Université de Montréal. Continue Reading

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Does Vasectomy Give Men Prostate Cancer?

Does Vasectomy Give Men Prostate Cancer?

The Mayo Clinic’s large-scale study answers it once and for all…

Most men are nervous enough about getting a vasectomy. And for three decades, conflicting studies haven’t made them feel any better. Continue Reading

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Why should I participate in a clinical trial?

Why should I participate in a clinical trial?

You may be comforted to know that doctors and scientists are working diligently at finding new and better ways to treat, prevent, and screen for prostate cancer as well as to enhance the quality of life for prostate cancer patients. This work is done through clinical trials.

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What is active surveillance for prostate cancer?

What is active surveillance for prostate cancer?

Active surveillance means monitoring slow-growing prostate cancer instead of undertaking radical treatments such as surgery or radiation right away. The goal is to delay surgery, radiation or other measures for as long as possible in order to avoid the side effects associated with these treatments. Continue Reading

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Why do the APS test?

Why do the APS test?

The PSA test is often discussed when it comes to screening for prostate cancer. Prostate specific antigen (PSA) is an enzyme produced by the prostate that can be analyzed from a single blood sample. The laboratory test measures nanograms per milliliter of free and bound APS in the blood. Quantities considered normal can vary according to age. Continue Reading

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