Football Practice Aids Prostate Cancer Patients’ Weak Bones

Football Practice Aids Prostate Cancer Patients’ Weak Bones
Men with prostate cancer run the risk of brittle bones as a side effect of their cancer treatment, but one hour of football or soccer training a few times a week can effectively counter that risk, according to articles published in Osteoporosis International and the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. The two articles were from

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