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Men with widening waistlines may be more likely to die from prostate cancer.
Specifically, a man's risk of dying from prostate cancer increases 7% for every 4-inch increase in belly fat, new research suggests.
"Our findings should encourage men to maintain a healthy weight," said ...
Food as medicine: New research suggests that a healthy Mediterranean diet might lower the risk of prostate cancer progressing to a more advanced state.
The relative lack of saturated fat in these diets might be a major reason why.
The Mediterranean diet is "known for its lower consumption of saturated fats," said Dr. Phillip Vigneri, a prostate cancer specialist unconnected to the n...