ASBrS Calls for Genetic Testing for All Breast Cancer Patients
The American Society of Breast Surgeons recommends genetic testing for all patients with breast cancer, not just those at highest risk for mutations. Medscape Medical News
3 hours ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Babies are made to drink breast milk only: Expert explains how anything but breast milk could be TOXIC to an infant - even giving them water could be FATAL
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, infants should ingest only breast milk for the first six months of their lives and continue to do so, coupled with supplemental...
3 hours ago - Natural News
PCPs Discuss Cancer Therapy With Patients, Despite 'Gaps'
About one third of primary care providers discussed breast cancer treatment decisions with their patients, a new survey shows - but it's not really their job. Medscape Medical News
5 hours ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Machine Learning May Help With Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia
A 'machine learning' method identified nearly all malignant cases of atypical ductal hyperplasia, a breast lesion that is mostly benign. Medscape Medical News
5 hours ago - Medscape
One more reason drugs don't work: Breast cancer tumors "make their own fuel" that renders traditional treatments ineffective
There's no doubt that breast cancer is an insidious disease. New cases of invasive breast cancers are estimated to have affected over 250,000 women and over 2,400 men over the...
16 hours ago - Natural News
All about APNO
Before breastfeeding, you probably didn't give your nipples much thought, right? Their default was happy and healthy-and, boy, did you ever take that for granted! That all...
18 hours ago - Today's Parent
New study establishes how stress favors breast cancer growth and spread
Cancer: The word alone evokes dread, anxiety, and fear. Accordingly, many women living with the disease and undergoing treatment experience chronic stress and depression.
1 day ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Mammography Test to Spot Breast Cancer: New Insights
If a woman doesn't have symptoms of breast cancer then regular mammography tests before the age of 40 are not recommended, said health experts.
1 day ago - Medindia Health
Yoga as breast cancer therapy: The benefits are not ALL psychological - physical benefits include reduction in swelling around the lymph nodes
In case you still weren't sure about whether or not cancer is one of the worst things that can ever happen to anyone, you only need to look at what happens with most female...
1 day ago - Natural News - 2 articles
Tamoxifen shows promise for mania episodes in bipolar disorder
Tamoxifen - a drug commonly used for breast cancer - shows potential as a treatment for episodes of mania in patients with bipolar disorder, according to a systematic review...
2 days ago - Healio
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Seeing The Way Viruses Infects Cells Up Close
An up-close view of how virus such as Ebola or HIV spread is being studied through x-ray crystallography and computer simulation.
Physical exercise for mental health: New research concludes that children's...
A study conducted by the University of Stirling and University of Edinburgh discovered that children gain better test responses after physical activity that was set at their...
New tool in the fight against superbugs: A test that shows if bacteria is...
A group of researchers from the California Institute of Technology has developed a new antibiotic-resistant detection test. According to Science Daily, their process will allow...
‘Young Blood' Clinics Shut Down After FDA Action
While the FDA did not name Ambrosia its release, it cautioned consumers that there is “no proven clinical benefit” to the transfusions. Although
Too much avoidance of sun exposure causing alarming spike in health...
A recent analysis of more than 100 studies finds that up to 70 percent of Americans are currently suffering from vitamin D deficiency. Data from the latest review also show...
By 2050, 13 Million Cases Of Cervical Cancer Cases Will Be Prevented
Due to rapid adaptation of HPV vaccine in high income countries, an estimated 13 million cases of cervical cancer will be prevented.
Morning Exercise With Short Breaks can Control Blood Pressure
Morning exercise combined with short walking breaks can help control blood pressure in overweight or obese elderly people, especially women. This significantly reduces the risk...
Acid Reflux Medications to Increase Kidney Disease Risk
There is an increased risk of chronic kidney disorders with the usage of proton pump inhibitors for long-term, according to a new study.
Anti-cancer Immunotherapy to Fight Persistent HIV
CRCHUM researchers are exploring a potential therapeutic approach for treating HIV patients with persistent virus
Suicide System of Tuberculosis Bacteria Can Lead to New Therapies
Tuberculosis bacteria have a suicide system which could lead to new treatments for TB. The toxin-antitoxin system that makes the bacteria suicidal is a potential drug target...