Link Between Normal Breast Changes and Invasive Breast Cancer Discovered
A critical switch that operates during breaks in nursing controls whether breast cells that had been providing milk will survive or die discovered.
2 hours ago - Medindia Health
Man develops breasts and a micropenis after a mysterious condition caused him to lose his testicles
The unnamed man, who had the figure of a woman but the face of a male, was diagnosed with vanishing testis syndrome at 42 years old. He went to Hospital de Egas Moniz in Lisbon...
2 hours ago - Daily Mail
How a breastfeeding mechanism may affect breast cancer
A molecular mechanism that is involved in the breast's adaptation to breastfeeding may sustain pre-cancerous breast cells, finds a new study.
3 hours ago - Medical News Today
The Truth About Lopsided Boobs
Did you know that 88% of women have natural breast asymmetry? Some breasts are lopsided by a whole cup size! It's time to get this issue out in the open and off our chests...
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Antibody-drug conjugate reduces recurrence of HER2-positive early breast cancer
A randomized phase 3 trial of trastuzumab emtansine met its primary endpoint of reducing risk for disease recurrence or death compared with trastuzumab among adults with...
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More clues revealed in link between normal breast changes and invasive breast cancer
A research team details how a natural and dramatic process - changes in mammary glands to accommodate breastfeeding - uses a molecular process believed to contribute to...
16 hours ago - ScienceDaily
3D mammography detected 34 percent more breast cancers in screening
After screening 15,000 women over a period of five years, a major clinical study in Sweden has shown that 3D mammography, or breast tomosynthesis, detects over 30% more cancers...
16 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Breast tomosynthesis detects 34% more tumors than traditional mammography
After screening 15 000 women over a period of five years, a major clinical study in Sweden has shown that 3D mammography, or breast tomosynthesis, detects over 30% more cancers...
21 hours ago - News Medical
Would you trust a £200 scanner to check your breasts at home? Ground-breaking new gadgets developed
Over the past three years, boffins have been focusing on women's health concerns, from fertility and contraceptives to breast cancer and pregnancy care.
23 hours ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Study identifies molecular switch that controls fate of milk-producing breast cells
A research team, led by investigators from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, details how a natural and dramatic process - changes in mammary glands to...
1 day ago - News Medical - 2 articles
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Drinking No 1 Rosemary Water Can Boost Your Memory Up to 15 Percent
Drinking No 1 Rosemary Water may improve your cognitive and memory performance by up to 15 percent, reveals a new study.
E-cigarettes do NOT stain your teeth whereas cigarettes do
Enamel that is exposed to e-cigarettes or heat-not-burn products for just over two weeks is no more stained than the teeth of non-smokers, according to a study by British...
More than 40% of talk therapy patients experience side effects, study finds
One in four Americans goes to a therapist, and CBT is the most popular and safest treatment for depression. But 43 percent experience anxiety, break ups or other side effects...
Go Hard 12-Minute Workout
Workout equipment: Workout type: 12 minute Timer setting: 18 x :10 x :30 1. Burpee pull ups 2. Side lunges 3. Double unders OR Single unders 4. Snowboarder jumps 5. High knees...
HPV vaccine does NOT make girls more likely to have underage sex
Researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver say they have disproved fears the HPV vaccine would make teenage girls more casual about having sex.
Neem oil found to be effective at fighting sleeping sickness
A study published in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines revealed that taking neem oil may help mitigate the risk of suffering from...
Pain after childbirth predicts postpartum depression, study finds
Doctors have long known that hormonal fluctuations and painful childbirth raise postpartum depression risks, but a new Brigham and Women's Hospital study shows pain after birth...
Ignoring Your Spouse May Benefit Your Relationship: Study
Avoiding a spouse's demands may help low-income couples relationship but will hurt wealthier couples, finds a new study.
Spending More Time Taking Care of Kids May Increase Reproductive Success in...
Males who spend more time taking care of kids may have higher reproductive success, reveals a new study.
How to Reduce Postpartum Depression After Delivery?
Better pain management measures following delivery can lower the risk of postpartum depression because poorly controlled pain might increase the risk of postpartum depression...