New research makes the same old case against PSA

Sometimes, it seems like the ongoing controversy over the risks and benefits of the Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test will never end. Case in point: A new review shows that over the course of a decade, PSA screening reduces prostate cancer mortality by only a small amount — but it doesn’t have an effect on overall […]

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Another day, another medical research scandal

You might say that my ideas seem libertarian at times — even bordering on conspiracy theory. But I can assure you that this isn’t a case of pathological paranoia. I’ve just been in this game for a long time… Long enough to know that it’s generally played for only one reason — money. I realize […]

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Dodge cancer by eating an early dinner

The power of your circadian rhythms (or what I like to refer to as your “body clock”) can’t be overstated — whether your goal is to lose weight, dodge diabetes, or ward off a cancer diagnosis down the road. But there’s more to a balanced “body clock” than keeping a regular bedtime. Your mealtimes matter, […]

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