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    Lycopene Supplements Put to the Test

    High dosages of lycopene–the red tint in tomatoes–were put to the test to see if it could prevent precancerous prostate lesions from been transformed into full-blown cancer. Back in 1980 s, the Adventist Health Study found “strong protective relationships” against prostate cancer with increasing uptake of legumes, citrus, dehydrated outcome, nuts, and tomatoes. In the […] More

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    8 common men’s health issues to watch out for

    Some guys struggle to look after their mental and physical health, which may cause them to bounce examinations and screenings that can ensure they live long, healthy lives. Men who don’t take the health of their judgment and organization seriously may develop serious health editions. The” medical gender divergence” and its consequences are real, according […] More

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    Pill-Free Ways to improve Your Sex Life

    “Sex is important to health, ” according to the Harvard Health Letter. “Frequent sexual intercourse is associated with abbreviated heart attack risk.” But, as I discuss in my video Do Men Who Have More Sex Live Longer ?, that appears the perfect speciman of alter causation. They’re implying that more copulation leads to healthier veins, […] More

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    Are the BPA-Free Plastics Like Tritan Safe?

    Do BP-Afree plastics such as Tritan, have human hormone-disrupting effects? And what about BPS and BPF? Recent human studies indicate that exposure to the plastics chemical BPA may be associated with infertility, stillbirth, premature transmission, increased male sexual capacity, polycystic ovaries, modified thyroid and immune run, diabetes, heart disease, and more. Yet, “[ a] s […] More

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    Do adults really need tetanus booster shots?

    If you haven’t had a tetanus booster shot in the past decade, your doctor may recommend getting one. Many people be taken into consideration a tetanus shot as something all we need to do is if you step on a rust-brown tack. Yet even in the absence of a stab wound, this inoculation is recommended […] More

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    Can telehealth help flatten the curve of COVID-19?

    Telehealth, the virtual maintenance platforms that allow health care professionals and cases to meet by phone or video chat, seems tailor-made for this moment in time. Too known as telemedicine or digital state, it’s often touted as a gadget for patients who are busy or far away, or when travel isn’t workable due to severe […] More

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    Treating Prostate Cancer with Green Tea

    Green tea has been called nature’s security against cancer. Population studies linking dark-green tea uptake with lower cancer gamble has already led some to advocate for the incorporation of light-green tea into the diet “so as to fully benefit from its anticarcinogenic properties.” What, after all, is the downside? But, population studies can’t prove cause […] More

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    What Happens When Pregnant Women Eat More Animal Protein

    Are high-protein diets during pregnancy hygienic or destructive? That question was answered about 40 years ago in the notorious Harlem Trial of 1976: a “randomized restrained tribulation of nutritional supplementation maternity, in a poverty-stricken color urban population in the United States.” The study, which I discuss in my video The Effect of Animal Protein on […] More

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    Time to redefine normal body temperature?

    Normal body temperature is 98.6@ F, right? That’s certainly what we’re all learn, and it’s the right answer on a test. I know it seems crazy, but 98.6@ F may not, in fact, represent the best estimate of ordinary body temperature. Not merely that, but ordinary body temperature may be falling over age, according to […] More

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    Can stress really make hair (or fur?) turn gray?

    It seems like common knowledge or conventional wisdom: stress can turn your hair gray. Whether it’s the babies, your spouse, your work, or something else, people with gray-headed hair ought to have blaming stress for centuries. The example of Barack Obama is often cited: his hair was quite dark when first elected president, but by […] More

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