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3 Tips to Avoid an Unnecessary Screening Test

…in modern American medicine. Accepted guidelines include recommendations for yearly blood workups and regular blood pressure checks. Mammograms, PSA tests and other screening tests are championed as the way to catch cancer in its early stages and save lives; and cardiologists order angiograms at…

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Know Your Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

You may have seen my blog about how PSA (prostate-specific antigen) screening for prostate cancer doesn’t work. Now, I want to follow up with your prostate cancer treatment options. I look at prostate cancer quite differently than most physicians and patients. Multiple studies have shown that…

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Natural Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Treatments

…satisfaction also improved. The recommended daily dose is 600 mg. Now it’s your turn: Have you used any of these supplements for benign prostatic hyperplasia treatment? You May Also Be Intersted in * Finally, Medical Experts Admit PSA Testing Doesn’t Work! * Benefits of Plant Sterols

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Vitamin E and Prostate Cancer

…men are regularly screened, as those in the study were. Just last week, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommended against routine PSA screening for prostate cancer, stating that it led to unnecessary interventions and did more harm than good. As I’ve said time and again,…

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The Multiple Health Benefits of Berries

…benefits of berries I just told you about, consuming berries on a regular basis can also result in improvements in mood, energy, and hearing; lower PSA levels; and stronger fingernails. Best Ways to Obtain These Benefits of Berries Enjoy strawberries and blueberries while they’re at their peak…

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