Not so long ago, some doctors discouraged men with prostate cancer from exercising. But that thinking has changed.
Drinking whole milk is associated with an increased risk for prostate cancer recurrence in men who have undergone treatment for the disease, according to a study reported in ...
Medication is typically the initial treatment for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS), but a report in ...
Men with localized prostate cancer who continue to smoke while undergoing treatment for the disease are more likely than nonsmokers to experience biochemical recurrence and other adverse outcomes after treatment...
The list of gene mutations known to promote prostate cancer continues to grow, which has led to questions about the role of genetic testing in detecting and managing the disease. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network offers important guidance.
Prostate cancer is very rare among Inuit in Greenland and Canada, who live largely on fish, as well as among Japanese men, who also eat a lot of fish. But evidence on the role of fatty fish and the omega-3 acids they contain on men's risk of prostate cancer remains contradictory.
A look at the benefits and risks of hormone therapy for prostate cancer.
Urinary incontinence can occur after surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer. Pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder and help a man have more control over his urine flow.
Can dietary supplements lower the risk of developing prostate cancer? Here's a look at what's known about some common vitamins and minerals.
Researchers recently discovered that defects, or mutations, in certain genes that normally play a maintenance role in the body increase the risk for metastatic prostate cancer, the variety that's hardest to treat. This finding has important implications for men with advanced prostate cancer—and for their families as well.
The cause of bacterial prostatitis is obvious and easy to detect—infection with some type of bacteria. But why some men develop the more common, nonbacterial form is puzzling.
Too many older adults continue to undergo unnecessary cancer screenings despite age- and health-related recommendations from professional groups. When it comes to PSA screening, there are no hard-and-fast rules, but here's what you should consider before you decide to stop—or continue—having the test.
Active surveillance offers some men who have a prostate cancer the option of careful monitoring with the intention to treat for cure should the disease change over time. Find out which men are potential candidates and what active surveillance entails.
Men who consume soy foods may be at lower risk for prostate cancer, according to an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of 30 observational studies, published in the journal Nutrients earlier this year.
Men with advanced prostate cancer are at increased risk for developing osteoporosis. Here's why--and what they should do to detect the condition and help prevent it.