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Teen boys between 15 and 19 who drink have more than three times the risk of developing high-grade prostate cancer later in life than those who don’t drink.
Movember mustaches crop up every November as a way to drive awareness for men's health issues, including prostate cancer. Learn more about it.
Lower levels of vitamin D are linked to an increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer. Learn what that could mean for your prostate health.
Men with prostate cancer often overestimate life expectancy with treatment and underestimate life expectancy without it. Here’s what you should know.
Considering vasectomy? Here's what you should know about prostate cancer risk after this common contraceptive procedure.
Prostate cancer risk can range from very low to high-risk, and your treatment options depend on where you fall on that scale.
Prostate cancer risk can be determined by age, race, and family history, as well as diet and lifestyle factors. Here's what you should know.
You shouldn't worry about increased PSA levels from riding a bike, according to this study.
Learn the best ways to optimize your vitamin D levels to help protect yourself from prostate cancer.
To protect yourself against prostate cancer, follow these 9 tips for living a prostate-healthy lifestyle.