prostate cancer

A government panel’s controversial recommendation is challenging the old adage, “Better safe than sorry.” The suggestion: Ending a routine prostate cancer screening called PSA for most men. The recommendation comes from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force — which sets U.S. cancer screening policy. Reuters news wire called the reaction “fast and furious” — with […]

Black men over the age of 50 who take vitamin E may have a higher risk for prostate cancer, according to a new study.

Proud father to MLB star Ken Griffey, Jr., Griffey, Sr. is a MLB legend himself shared his thoughts on all the current baseball happenings as well as some fatherly anecdotes.

According to Health.Com two studies have indicated that drinking a little more coffee and running an extra mile can reduce a man's risk of prostate cancer.

There are a handful of factors that can put a man at risk for Prostate Cancer. Know your prostate health and know what puts you at risk. Learn what those risks are and how to help prevent them here.