Vasectomies not linked to increased prostate cancer risk

Vasectomies not linked to increased prostate cancer risk

  Having a vasectomy doesn’t increase a man’s risk of developing prostate cancer or dying from it, a U.S. study suggests. Previous research has been mixed about the risk of prostate cancer associated with vasectomy, a common form of long-term birth control that involves snipping or blocking tubes that transport sperm out of the testicles.… Continue Reading

5 Best Food to Eat and Drink After Your Six Pack ABS Workout

5 Best Food to Eat and Drink After Your Six Pack ABS Workout

What is the best food after Six Pack ABS Workout? 1.Whey Fat-torching, energy-restoring protein, plus lactoferrin for immune support.Those Six Pack ABS muscles aren’t going to build themselves—especially not after a hard gym session, when proteins degrade faster than ever. That’s where whey comes in. Powdered, one scoop contains almost as much protein as a… Continue Reading

Many people don’t know own blood pressure or cholesterol levels

People who go online to check their risk for cardiovascular disease often don’t know two key numbers for assessing heart health: blood pressure and cholesterol levels, a U.K. study suggests. Researchers analyzed data from 1.4 million visits to the National Health Service (NHS) Health Check website over the first five months after this risk assessment… Continue Reading

Codeine not safe for kids, doctors warn

Codeine isn’t safe for children and shouldn’t be used to ease pain or relieve coughs, a leading U.S. pediatricians group warns. Codeine has been prescribed for decades for both purposes, despite mounting evidence that it doesn’t always work and sometimes causes serious or potentially fatal side effects, doctors argue in a statement from the American… Continue Reading

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