It’s possible to reduce your chances of prostate cancer with minor lifestyle changes.
Some studies link ejaculation frequency to the likelihood of developing prostate cancer.
Medical guidelines recommend against screening for older men, but nuance is required.
Researchers believe more awareness of risk could lead to earlier diagnosis and better outcomes.
Symptoms or not, schedule a prostate exam, a colonoscopy, cholesterol bloodwork and more.

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