Master Doctor Search: Breasts
After Breast Cancer: Fitness and Nutrition Tips
Get back into exercise and adopt a diet rich in cancer-protective foods, which will boost your health and may even help prevent breast cancer from coming back.
1 hour ago - Web MD
All Types of Hormonal Birth Control Share a Slightly Increased Risk of Breast Cancer, Study Says
For people who want to prevent pregnancy, birth-control drugs come with an obvious reward. They also come with some small risks-including, for some forms, a slightly increased...
2 hours ago - Time - 2 articles
‘You can't just implement the men's regulations in the women's game': World Rugby funds landmark study into breast injuries
It's a widespread and under-researched problem across female contact sport. Now, a landmark Australian study will investigate breast injuries in rugby union - and is set to...
6 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Progestogen-only pill breast cancer risk revealed
Women using this type of birth control have a slightly increased risk, a study finds.
6 hours ago - BBC - 2 articles
Progestogen-only pill carries SAME 20% heightened risk of breast cancer as traditional version
Researchers at the University of Oxford found that users of the progestogen-only pill have a 20 per cent increased risk of breast cancer, the same as those using the combined pill.
6 hours ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
The Nuances of Abdominal Free Flap Harvest: Technical and Patient Factors Affecting Abdominal Donor Site Morbidity in Autologous Breast Reconstruction
Abdominal donor site morbidity after autologous breast reconstruction is common and often underreported. The aim of this work is to compare prospectively collected technical...
8 hours ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
How does maternal diet impact the microbiomes of infants and breast milk?
In a recent study published in the Nutrients journal, researchers at the University of Massachusetts assessed the impact of maternal food intake on maternal milk.
21 hours ago - News Medical
A Pentagon Study Finds Higher Cancer Rates in Military Pilots and Ground Crews
WASHINGTON - A Pentagon study has found high rates of cancer among military pilots and for the first time has shown that ground crews who fuel, maintain and launch those...
1 day ago - Time - 3 articles
ADMs and Synthetic Meshes Improve Implant-based Breast Reconstruction Aesthetics, But at What Cost?
Acellular dermal matrices have shown promise for use in reconstructive breast surgery as they improve aesthetic outcomes and decrease capsular contracture rates. However...
1 day ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
DR PHILIPPA KAYE reveals everything that can go wrong with your breasts
DR PHILIPPA KAYE: Boobs. Baps, bosoms, jugs... norks. Coconuts, melons, puppies, the twins, the girls. Waps, tatas, cha-chas, knockers, honkers, bongos, bazookas.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
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Former Bronco Milford a chance as Dolphins eye Brisbane
Former Bronco Anthony Milford, relegated to Queensland Cup feeder team Central Queensland Capras, is ready to make a statement if called upon for the Battle of Brisbane.
News host left in stitches over Zoom background fail
9News host Alice Monfries has been left in stitches when guest Mark Borlace struggled to find an appropriate Zoom background.
Penny for Pound bakery return at new Richmond location
After the shock closure of its original home, the artisan baker reopens in the same suburb, to the relief of its regulars.
Fauci laughs off lab leak in PBS Covid documentary
Top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci brushed off allegations that he funded risky 'gain of function' research in Wuhan, which some allege gave rise to the Covid pandemic.
These Sleep Habits Are Putting Your Heart Health At Risk
Studies show sleep can impact cardiovascular disease. Here's how to tell if you're getting poor sleep and what to do about it.
Lawsuit seeks to block abortion pill ban in Wyoming
Abortion-rights supporters filed an amended lawsuit Tuesday seeking to block Wyoming's new ban on abortion pills from taking effect
Why it's not OK you forgot the calendar's best day
I had hoped you'd notice. The stage was set. But you missed it.
‘Why change what's working': World No.2 no fan of proposed rule change
Jon Rahm, a three-time winner on the PGA Tour this year, feels there are other options to make courses more difficult that do not involve changing technology.
Risk of further concussion triggers star Australian surfer's retirement
Australian surfer Owen Wright will pull the pin on his World Surf League career after next month's Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach.
Adelaide appeal against McAdam's three-game suspension
Adelaide will appeal against the three-match ban given to forward Shane McAdam as the fallout continues from the first-round flashpoint.