New Study Reports Link Between Walking and Prostate Health

Many men, especially those over the age of 45, are becoming more concerned about their prostate health. In fact, one in six men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Protecting and preserving prostate health is no small feat, however, many options exist today that can promote prostate health without a multitude of unpleasant and unnecessary side effects. For instance, a new study shows that simply walking can greatly benefit prostate health. Exercise has long been shown to promote vitality, especially since it boosts the immune system, but this new study shows that walking at a brisk or vigorous pace inhibited unhealthy prostate conditions by up to 61 percent!

 

The experiment studied 1,455 men with prostate cancer. Erin L. Richman, MD, of the Harvard School of Public Health and fellow researchers found that men who walked briskly for…

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