Stress has been blamed for a number of health conditions. Irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux come to mind, as do ulcers. And we all know stress can trigger temporary bouts of anxiety and depression. But here’s a condition that you’ve probably never associated with stress: prostate cancer.
What’s led to this discovery? Past research has revealed something startling about prostate cancer progression: tumors tend to grow and multiply along nerve fibers.
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