If you’re pregnant for the fist time, or if friends or someone in your family are about to embark on parenthood, here’s a phrase you have to know before the baby arrives…
A number of tests carried out by researchers at the Carlos III Institute of Health in Spain has revealed that post-menopausal women may not get enough vitamin D in their diets, which can contribute to a range of dangerous health problems, including abdominal obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, as well as a number of cancers.
A new study conducted by a team of researchers at Marshall University, and recently published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer, has revealed that just modest, daily amounts of walnuts are sufficient to significantly lower the risk of breast cancer in mice.
A crucial discovery was made when researchers decided to test the effects of contraceptives on memory. Sex hormones like estrogen and progesterone which are linked to left brain cognition are suppressed to prevent pregnancy.
Mammography has been the "gold standard" for detection of breast cancer, and with fears of breast cancer taking the forefront in many women’s minds today, the medical industry continues to push the use of mammography for prevention and early detection of this deadly disease. But we need to take a closer look at this concept.
Findings Are in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Women all around America and other industrialized nations are told that regular mammograms are the best approach for early breast cancer detection.
Women's rights campaigners see the creeping criminalisation of pregnant women as a new front in the culture wars over abortion.
Who cares about the babies that die? Our government certainly doesn’t! It is outrageous and tragic that our government and many of our doctors don’t care.
Despite widely publicized claims to the contrary, thermography should not be used in place of mammography for breast cancer screening or diagnosis.