Supporting a Husband with Prostate Cancer

Jun 15

When your husband is diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, it is you who he needs the most. Since prostate cancer is undeniably a devastating illness, there are things you can do to help your spouse get through his treatment and recovery more smoothly. • Show how much you love him and provide him all the emotional support. Be his shoulder; give him the strength to stay...

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Alternative Treatment For Prostate Cancer

May 18

It is proven by experts that one way to battle Prostate cancer is to remove all the negativeness surrounding the patien including stress and anxiety. But stress and anxiety can come to any men who suffer from prostate cancer, no doubt. And overcoming it can be real difficult for them. That is why there are alternative treatments designed to help patient learn to do...

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Love Thyself!

Apr 22

…If you know what I mean, that is. Studies now show there are a number of different small pleasures in life that can prevent the development of prostate cancer – taking a glass of wine a day, enjoying a copious amount of figs – and yet, one small pleasure to be enjoyed with big, explosive benefits. Yes, I’m talking about choking the chicken. Beating the...

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How Men Can Prevent Prostate Cancer

Mar 07

Prostate cancer is most common in men aged at 65, although men as young as 40 can be still at risk. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of deaths in most men (1 in every 6 men) in USA and Canada; In Asia, it is much worse. And in spite of the fact that there is no surefire way to prevent it, there are other ways that you can do to lessen the probability of...

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Trans Women and Prostate Cancer

Feb 12

Binary gender is now quickly becoming a thing of the past. Gender no longer lives within the confines of simply being defined as “straight male, straight female, gay and lesbian”. Trans men, trans women, genderqueer, genderfluid, two-spirit, agender… There are now as many expressions of gender as there are colors in an entire spectrum. Yes, gender is not...

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Celebrities Who Are Prostate Cancer Survivors: Part II

Jan 12

In our second part of this series, we’re going to take a look at two particularly famous musicians who have become inspirations in their struggle with prostate cancer. Harry Belafonte – This man is perhaps most famous for his rendition of The Banana Boat Song — You might know it better if someone were to sing “Day-o,, misseday-o, daylight come and me...

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Celebrities Who Are Prostate Cancer Survivors

Dec 13

1) Robert de Niro – In 2003, the famous Taxi Driver, Godfather Part II, and Meet the Parents star was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Although his doctors predicted a full recovery, the ghost of his father’s death from the disease in 1993 at the age of 73 loomed dark and heavy on his head. Robert De Niro was given a clean bill of health, and is now a dad for the...

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