Radiotherapy and other cancer treatments can offer hope to prostate cancer patients. But for some men, certain treatments may carry risks.
Condition Center: Cardiovascular
The difficulties of chronic disease can affect many areas of life — perhaps even mental health, suggests a new study.
High blood pressure may be about as common today as it was a decade ago, a new study found. But patients with high blood pressure who visited their doctor more often and who kept their high cholesterol in check were more likely to have lower blood pressure.
In at least one area of the US, people have reduced their intake of dietary fats during the past three decades, a new study found. But some could still be eating the wrong types of fat.
Drinking too much alcohol is known to cause health problems like liver disease and high blood pressure in adults. But a new study found that the effect of drinking on high blood pressure in young people may depend on their gender.
Married men are more likely to see their doctors than unmarried men, based on past research. But is the same true for unmarried men living with their partners?
Marital status can affect people’s lives in very many ways. It can even affect a person’s and a couple’s physical health.