Hormone that makes women more fertile is linked to breast cancer risk
Researchers from New York University School of Medicine examined blood samples from almost 6,000 premenopausal women across the US and Europe.
4 hours ago - Daily Mail
Baseline Cardiac Imaging in Breast Cancer Needs to Change
Women who receive chemotherapy for early-stage breast cancer are screened at baseline for underlying heart disease according to the treatment they are receiving, rather than...
5 hours ago - Medscape
Breast milk is the BEST protection against bacterial infections in nursing babies
Babies need to be breastfed because breast milk contains antibodies that can help them fight off various illnesses. According to a study, breast milk can also help nursing...
5 hours ago - Natural News
Silicone Breast Implants May Raise the Risk of Some Rare Disease
Women receiving silicone breast implants are at increased risk of some rare disease like Sjogren's syndrome, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, finds a new study.
13 hours ago - Medindia Health - 5 articles
Silicone breast implants may increase risk of rare adverse outcomes in women
Women receiving silicone breast implants may be at increased risk of several rare adverse outcomes compared to the general population, reports a study in Annals of Surgery.
15 hours ago - News Medical - 5 articles
Neoadjuvant PARP inhibitor yields ‘profound results' in BRCA-positive breast cancer
Jennifer K. Litton More than half of a small cohort of women with early-stage, BRCA-positive breast cancer who received talazoparib once daily before surgery exhibited no...
19 hours ago - Healio
Silicone breast implants linked to increased risk of some rare harms
Women receiving silicone breast implants may be at increased risk of several rare adverse outcomes compared to the general population.
21 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Biology Meets Behavior in a Clinical Trial: Two Relationships Between Mortality and Mammogram Receipt - by Amanda E. Kowalski
I unite the medical and economics literatures by examining relationships between biology and behavior in a clinical trial. Specifically, I identify relationships between...
23 hours ago - National Bureau of Economic Research
Bad-Ass Model Wears Breast Pump While Walking The Runway
Model mom casually wears breast pump on the catwalk Fashion and mom history was made at a Marta Jakubowski fashion show in London last week when model Valeria Garcia wore a...
23 hours ago - Scary Mommy
New Approach to Breast Reconstruction May Reduce Pain and Weakness for Some
The technique places implants on top of muscle, instead of under it.
1 day ago - NY Times
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Jessica Simpson Announces Pregnancy With Adorable Instagram Post
Jessica Simpson is pregnant with baby 3 and her announcement is adorable At this point, we've seen just about every cute pregnancy reveal possible. And yet, Jessica Simpson's...
Kavanaugh speaks out against bogus sexual assault allegations:
As more details begin to emerge about Christine Blasey Ford, a Palo Alto University professor who has accused POTUS Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett...
Stay Supported - These Adorable Workout Tops Can Get You Through Anything
Packing your gym bag in the morning can be stressful, to say the least - there are way too many instances where we've forgotten something important. But if your workout top has...
The social media paradox: Teens who are always online feel more lonely
According to several studies, there is a link between the length of time teenagers spend on social media and isolation. Teenagers can turn to different social media networks to...
Here's The Emmys Engagement Everyone's Talking About
A director used his award-winning moment to propose to his girlfriend - and it's everything Last night's Emmy awards brought all the stunning “gold” carpet looks and a ton of...
Why Is It That We Don't Trust People With Accents?
How does our mind assess trustworthiness in people with accents? Does the tone of the voice really matter? Answers this study.
CRISPR: Gene That Helps Cells Prevent West Nile, Zika Viruses Identified
Gene that helps cells fight Zika, West Nile, dengue, and yellow fever viruses has been identified using CRISPR genome-wide screening technique.
Mother who put off cancer treatment to have baby is told 'your choices...
Heidi Loughlin, 36, of Bristol, has revealed online abuse she has suffered from a troll who targeted her for putting off cancer treatment while pregnant with her third child.
Are we hardwired to be xenophobic? You are less likely to trust someone who...
Regions of the brain are automatically activated to analyse whether to believe people from an 'in-group' or 'out-group' when they start talking, according to research led by...
Muscle Relaxants May Up Respiratory Complications
Use of muscle relaxants in general anesthesia during certain major operations may increase the risk of respiratory complications after surgery.