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Prostate Cancer Treatment and Stress

Managing stress plays an important role in combating fatigue and keeping you energized. Here are a few quick tips on managing stress and learning to relax.

Prostate Cancer Treatment and Stress

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Understanding Prostate Cancer -- Prevention

There is no evidence that you can prevent prostate cancer. But you may be able to lower your risk. A diet that helps maintain a healthy weight may reduce your risk for prostate cancer. The American Cancer Society recommends: Limiting high-fat foods Cutting back on red meats, especially processed meats  such as hot dogs, bologna, and certain lunch meats Eating five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day Healthy food choices also include bread, cereals, rice, pasta, and beans...

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Eating Right After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Maintaining good nutrition can help you feel better and have more energy after prostate cancer treatment. Here are five strategies to help you improve your diet.

Eating Right After Prostate Cancer Treatment

 

Prostate Cancer and Exercise

After treatment you may find yourself tired and without energy. Regular, moderate exercise can give you a boost, help you stay active, and increase your energy. Find out more.

Prostate Cancer and Exercise

 

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