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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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    What Causes Prostate Cancer?

    Prostate cancer affects mainly older men. Six out of ten cases are diagnosed in men over 65, but less than 1% in men under 50. Though uncommon, prostate cancer can be seen in men even in their 30's and 40's. Men with a family history of prostate cancer are more likely to develop prostate cancer than the general population. On a case-by-case basis, doctors cannot say with certainty what causes prostatecancer, but experts generally agree that diet contributes to the risk. Men who consume large...

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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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