Researchers reveal that moderate levels of exercise may reduce the risk for prostate cancer for elderly men. However, data shows that this was true only for Caucasian men and not for those of African American descent. Lionel Bañez, MD, of the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Durham N.C., and colleagues analyzed data gathered from questionnaires regarding physical activity levels in 307 men with an average age of 64 years. They were patients who were suspected of having prostate disease. They compared the results with biopsy findings on their prostates, and found that there may be a link between activity […]Continue reading Moderate Physical Activity Reduces Risk of Prostate Cancer
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