It's a drug used to treat an enlarged prostate, as well as male-pattern baldness, and 10 years ago a study indicated it could reduce a man's risk of developing prostate cancer by 30 percent.
When the blood test for prostate cancer was introduced 26 years ago, it was seen as a way to save lives.
The Takeaway: Ample Exercise, Good Fats Tied To Earlier Menopause; Dark Side of Prostate Cancer Screening
A new Japanese study shows women are more likely to hit menopause early if they exercise avidly or eat a diet high in good fats. And looking closer at the downsides of prostate cancer screening tests.
GRAMMY® Award-winning Country star Faith Hill appears in a new public service announcement that encourages Americans to volunteer their time to make America a better place. The spot is one of a series of PSAs to be launched this fall on all major broadcast networks - ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC - as part of the Entertainment Industry Foundation's iParticipate national initiative to promote volunteerism with AARP's Create the Good (www.CreateTheGood.org).
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