Five Kinds of Food Resist Prostatic Cancer for Men

Posted by Admin Monday, May 9, 2011 4:59 AM 2 comments
Prostatic cancer has already become a kind of common disease to attack the male reproductive system among men. According to the experts, the prostatic cancer may probably become the first killer to threaten the male health in ten years. Some people have known that green tea can decrease the risks of getting prostatic cancer for men. Is there any other food which can prevent the cancer? In fact, five kinds of food including soy bean, onion, pumpkin seeds, tomato and kiwi fruit can also protect the health of the prostate.

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Prostate Cancer - Concentrated Fish Oil Decreases Death Rates

Posted by Admin 4:58 AM 1 comments
Finally, we have some good news about prostate cancer. Two large-scale, long-term studies have now proven that consumption of concentrated fish oil or oily fish can slash the mortality rates of men afflicted with the disease.

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Prostate Cancer May Require Prostate Surgery

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What is a prostate? A prostate is a gland in men that surrounds the neck of the bladder and the proximal part of the urethra. This gland produces a fluid that becomes part of semen. A prostate gland is a firm structure normally about the size of a chestnut. It is located in the pelvic cavity, below the pubis and the rectum. It can usually be felt by examination when enlarged. Therefore, it is important that men be checked by their doctor on a regular basis and knows what to look for should it become abnormal.

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Why You May Need an Insurance Medical Temporary Plan

Posted by Admin Thursday, May 5, 2011 11:07 AM 3 comments
You might be traveling and you do not have the assurance that you are going to be safe throughout your travel but, with a short term insurance plan, you will be able to enjoy yourself knowing that you are covered against any accident or incident that many happen and this is a temporary medical insurance. You may get a cover for one month or for a year depending on the duration you think you are going to need it. Various insurance companies have different plans and you need to get a plan that is going to suit you. You may be between jobs and need to have an insurance medical temporary plan. Some of the features of plans include the ability to keep your personal doctor and even the hospital you normally visit.

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Short-Term Health Insurance Can Cover Workers During Job Transitions

Posted by Admin 11:06 AM 1 comments
Most employees that leave a job also leave their employer-sponsored medical coverage behind. This can be a chancy move, especially if you don't have other insurance options readily available to you.

If you've already left your job, then you've most likely already found out that obtaining affordable health insurance isn't the easiest task when you're between jobs. COBRA is an option that gives you the right to keep your insurance from your previous employment, but the monthly premiums are usually extremely expensive and something that many simply can't afford while unemployed.

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Stage 3 Breast Cancer and Survival Rates

Posted by Admin 4:53 AM 2 comments
Stage 3 breast cancer is an advanced type of malignant disease. It is separated in three distinct levels or stages with their own differences of infection spread. Breast cancer survival rates for stage 3 breast carcinoma is at 50 percent chance of survival in 5 year duration.

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Alternative Treatments for Breast Cancer

Posted by Admin 4:52 AM 1 comments
Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of death by cancer among women. Most women realize the importance of knowing about this type of cancer, finding out early if they have it, or if they are at risk of contracting it in the future. Knowing all the available options when it comes to treatment is also key since finding the right treatment will help immensely in fighting breast cancer effectively.

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Getting to Know All About Hypertension

Posted by Admin 4:50 AM 1 comments
Hypertension or most commonly known as high blood pressure is a condition wherein the pressure in the blood vessels is higher than normal or is in an elevated condition. It is a cardiac chronic medical condition in which the systematic arterial blood pressure is high. Hypertension is the opposite of Hypotension which is also known as low blood pressure. High blood pressure (HBP) can be classified as either primary or secondary. Primary HBP shows no specific effect, while secondary HBP may affect the kidneys, arteries, heart, or endocrine system. If HBP is not controlled, you may suffer some serious health problems that may become a huge problem on your health system. These health problems may affect your daily activities and if you are working these may affect your job and your salary.

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Hair Laser Remover

Posted by Admin Wednesday, May 4, 2011 10:07 PM 0 comments
Hair laser removers, whether designed for home or commercial use, all work based on the same principle. Intense beams of laser rays or of focused light are directed at the skin. These beams travel harmlessly through the skin and the energy is absorbed by the follicles from which the hairs grow. The follicles are then destroyed by the heat, in ideal scenarios permanently, so that no further hair will grow. In reality only a percentage of the hairs' follicles will be destroyed, so the resulting hairlessness will not be complete. Often successful professional treatment can rid a body part of 70% to 80% of the hairs.

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The Truth About Mesothelioma Life Expectancy

Posted by Admin 10:06 PM 1 comments
Discussing the subject of mesothelioma life expectancy is certainly not a pleasant one. Yet, it is a subject that must be discussed if you have been diagnosed with the condition. Actually, it also is a subject that should be raised to those fearing they have been exposed to asbestos and have not undergone a proper diagnosis from a physician. Once such a person realizes the severe life threatening nature of mesothelioma, it is doubtful the individual will wait much longer for a proper diagnosis.

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