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Ottawa men line up for free PSA tests – Ottawa Citizen

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Ottawa men line up for free PSA tests Ottawa Citizen OTTAWA — More than 250 men lined up at the General Campus of the Ottawa Hospital Saturday for the third annual clinic for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, the quick and simple method to…

Terry Hill‘s insight:

Ministries of Health across the country should promote this in every city.  Just a simple blood test. 

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KAmy Poehler Talks About Body Image And Nails It – soFeminine.co.uk

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Amy Poehler Talks About Body Image And Nails It soFeminine.co.uk Getty Amy Poehler, who already has our everlasting love and affection for her role in Parks and Recreations, has proven that she’s not just an hilarious actor but also has some pretty…

Terry Hill‘s insight:

Can’t beat any for being direct. 

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Meryl Streep’s Body Image Advice Will Change Your Life – Cosmopolitan

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Cosmopolitan
Meryl Streep’s Body Image Advice Will Change Your Life
Cosmopolitan
thinking about entering the entertainment industry is some life-changing real talk about body image.

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Women who spend more time on Facebook have poorer body image

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Young women were more likely to compare their own body with that of their friends if they spent more time on social media, and Facebook in particular.

Terry Hill‘s insight:

I would like to see the data , as it could work in reverse as well.

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7 Myths About Prostate Cancer, Exposed

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Want to learn about prostate cancer symptoms and treatment? See the symptoms and treatment of prostate cancer and find out how to protect your health.

Terry Hill‘s insight:

This effectively puts some issues to rest. 

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Center News Magazine: Cancer Genomics: Improved Understanding of Molecular Changes in Tumors Produces More-Specialized Treatments

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With the genomics revolution, scientists and physicians have increasingly been able to peer at the inner workings of tumor cells and pinpoint the specific genetic changes that transform them from their cells of origin into cancer.

Terry Hill‘s insight:

As we learn more about the human genome and apply sophisticated micro/nano-biology techniques, there is hope for cancer patients and cancer prevention. 

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Does Medication Help Prevent Erectile Dysfunction After Radiation Therapy For Prostate Cancer?

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Daily use of the erectile dysfunction drug tadalafil, compared with placebo, in men undergoing radiation therapy for prostate cancer did not help to preserve erectile function, according to results of a study published in JAMA, April 2.

Terry Hill‘s insight:

Injection and vacuum pumps con tongue to be the best options. 

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