Feasibility of a novel wearable thermal device for management of bothersome hot flashes in patients with prostate cancer
Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Hot flashes are a common, bothersome side effect of prostate cancer treatment that negatively affect survivorship. We used a novel thermal device that demonstrates a nonpharmacological option for the management of hot flashes.
Following the phase-out of leaded gasoline, there is a misconception that Pb is no longer an environmental concern. We find that along with Pb from present sources, use of leaded gasoline left a legacy of Pb in soil which is remobilized to the atmosphere after two decades of its phase-out.