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NEWSDon’t treat slow-growing prostate cancer, say researchers

October 24th 2016

Men who’ve recently been diagnosed with slow-growing prostate cancer can safely adopt a ‘watchfu...

NEWSMen who don’t have their prostate cancer treated are living just as long

September 19th 2016

Men who opt to just have their prostate cancer monitored are living as long as those who instead cho...

NEWSMost men with prostate cancer better off by avoiding treatment

July 16th 2015

Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer would do better by doing nothing-known as 'watchful waiting'...

NEWSMost men don't have normal sex life after prostate surgery

March 24th 2015

Around 93 per cent of men are unable to have a normal sex life after they have had radical prostatec...

NEWSCommon drugs can increase risk of dementia and Alzheimer's

January 28th 2015 in Drugs

...line in the central nervous system-and are used to treat depression, allergies, urinary incontinence and insomnia

NEWSCommon drugs cause mental and physical decline in the elderly

August 5th 2014 in Drugs

As we've always said, it's not necessarily old age

NEWSProstate cancer test 'doing more harm than good', says researcher

October 2nd 2013

The routine PSA test for prostate cancer is doing more harm than good, a leading researcher says

NEWSLow-grade prostate cancer isn't a killer, researchers discover

August 23rd 2013

Prostate cancer doesn't become more aggressive over time

NEWSProstate Cancer: Most men suffer diminished quality of life after surgery

March 20th 2008

Most men suffer some deterioration in their quality of life after treatment for prostate cancer, a n...

NEWSLosing Weight: The pills don't work, but still the drug companies push them

December 13th 2007 in Drugs

Can you lose weight just by popping a slimming pill? Needless to say, the drug companies think so, a...


FEATUREGetting your groove back after menopause

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9)

Menopause can mean a loss of libido for many women, plus many embarrassing symptoms. But renowned wo...

FEATUREThe unlucky odds of prostate treatment

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1)

A survey of internet chat rooms where men discuss life after prostate cancer treatment is a surprisi...

FEATUREHigh C and cancer

March 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 12) in Diabetes, Diseases

High doses of vitamin C can reverse some cancers—but only when delivered as an intravenous (IV) infusion

FEATUREHysterectomy`s dirty little secret: Back Pain

December 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 9)

Hysterectomy could be a major cause of chronic back pain in women.

FEATUREHow woo-woo beat prostate cancer

November 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 8) in Diseases

Ivan Misner is our everyman, an everyman who was diagnosed with prostate cancer

FEATURECounter intelligence

August 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 5) in Diseases

Counter intelligenceBy using a little detective work, you can usually locate the cause of dementia a...

FEATUREPreventing prostate cancer

August 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 5)

Preventing prostate cancerA number of dietary and lifestyle changes can help you avoid this disease ...

FEATUREWas it ever the drugs?

February 2011 (Vol. 21 Issue 11) in Diseases, Drugs

A prescription drug is often tested against a placebo-a sugar pill with no medicinal qualities-to me...

FEATUREMedicine and the elderly: Age shall not weary them-but drugs might

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Special Reports

The over-65s take one-third of all pharmaceuticals that are prescribed by doctors every year, despit...

FEATUREUterine Fibroids

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) in Special Reports

Q) I've been diagnosed with four uterine fibroids

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