Prostate Cancer

15
votes
Jan 28, 2009
Men, having more active sex lives in younger age, are at increased risk of developing ">prostate cancer, a new study suggests.

The study conducted at the Nottingham University, UK included 800 men with half of all participants, diagnosed with prostate cancer. All the men were questioned about their sex life: the frequency of sex, including masturbation from teenage years, the number of sexual partners and the history of sexual infections if they had any.

2
votes
Mar 17, 2010
Men, who start losing their hair earlier, are less likely to develop prostate cancer, a new study suggests.

Scientists at the University of Washington School of Medicine examined 2,000 men aged between 40 to 47, half of whom were diagnosed with prostate cancer.