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Prostate Screening: Stiller's Advice vs. Recs
Health News Review—Prostate cancer screening remains controversial. Earlier this week, comedian and actor Ben Stiller announced he was diagnosed with the disease in 2014, at the age of 48. According to Stiller, he was able to beat prostate cancer because his physician began performing regular PSA tests earlier than recommended for men at average prostate cancer risk.

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Being Social at Work Boosts Health
CBS News—Strong social relationships with co-workers can improve health and well-being, according to researchers in Australia. They analyzed 58 studies involving more than 19,000 employees, in a wide range of occupations, in 15 countries. Researchers found that a sense of belonging on the job lowers the risk of health problems caused by burnout.
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Night Work Doesn't Raise Cancer Risk
MNT—In 2007, the WHO published a report concluding that night shift work likely raises cancer—particularly breast cancer—risk. However, recent research involving more than 1.4 million women and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute shows that working the night shift has little or no impact on cancer risk.
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Tips for Healthy Aging
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When it comes to aging, genes are important, as is luck, but so too are many lifestyle factors. How you eat, exercise, and safeguard your physical and emotional health are keys to longevity. Here are some tips to live a long, healthy life.

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Keep Your Mind Sharp, Don't Skimp on Sleep
Health After 50—The health benefits of a proper night’s rest have been shown to help numerous conditions, from hypertension to diabetes and depression. Increasing evidence points to the importance of good-quality sleep in keeping your memory and cognitive abilities sharp, too.
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