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If You Have Prostate Cancer, Keep Moving

Physical activity may limit prostate cancer progression Exercise can lower risk of dying from prostate cancer Prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment involve non-trivial risks of serious adverse side-effects. Might increased physical activity following cancer diagnosis reduce risk of mortality of prostate cancer patients? Researchers in Alberta, Canada, used physical activity data from a cohort of…


Some mushrooms can kill you Others may reduce your risk of dementia, cancer cardiovascular disease, and premature death Mushrooms contain bioactive compounds, including fiber, beta-glucans, vitamins, and the antioxidants ergothioneine and glutathione. In addition, mushrooms are good sources for certain vitamins (B1, 2, 12, D, and E) and minerals (calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, copper, iron,…