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Kim Vaillancourt who delayed cancer treatments to save unborn child gives birth
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A pregnant mother who delayed cancer treatment to protect her unborn child has given birth. Kim Vaillancourt, 36, of Tonawanda, New York, was diagnosed with glioblastoma – a form of brain cancer – over Christmas when she was five months into her …

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Gentlemen, Know Thy Nuts (To Check For Testicular Cancer)
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"Testicular cancer is not very common," Dr. Vesprini says. It affects about 1,500 men per year in Canada. Although it can happen at any age, it is most common in young men — peaking between the ages of 20 and 40 years old. For reasons not yet known …

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Coffee-Benefit Boosters, Fatty-Food Sleep Effects, Health Perks of Curcumin
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Coffee — it not only wakes us up and elevates our mood, but, research suggests, may also protect us against dementia and boost our memory and metabolism. However, Fox News warns, we may be unintentionally undercutting some of coffee’s benefits.

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Medical Marijuana for Rheumatoid Arthritis: What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You
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Some rheumatoid arthritis patients say that using forms of medical marijuana eases the pain and inflammation they suffer from their condition. Yet most doctors specializing in rheumatoid arthritis treatment were unaware that a growing body of research …Yet most doctors specializing in rheumatoid arthritis treatment were unaware that a growing body of research identifies medical marijuana’s […]

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5 Reasons Why Turmeric Is the Spice Nutritionists Swear By
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What do mustard, butter, cheese, and curry all have in common? An amazing South Asian spice called turmeric. Though it is most commonly used as a coloring agent, this trendy new spice also has tons of health benefits. Curcumin, the yellowish orange …

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Why Tommy Archer Stopped Taking Medication for Prostate Cancer – And Why It Worked
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Tommy Archer: Just the fact that if I took the medicine for depression, I couldn't drive a race car. Dr. Gupta: And Tommy wanted to get back on the track. So after two years of hormone therapy, he and his doctors decided to take a chance and bring his …

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How to Stop Wanting the Big Things
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The problem with chronic illness is that it is chronic; it’s unlikely to go away any time soon. A diagnosis brings the necessity for adaptation. All of a sudden the things that seemed to make life worthwhile are no longer available to us. Without …

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Reducing Salt Intake Might Harm Heart Failure Patients, Study Claims
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Close to 6 million Americans have heart failure while more than 870,000 cases are diagnosed each year. If you have heart failure, it means your heart isn’t pumping as well as it should be and, as a result, your body is probably not getting enough oxygen.

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Women who think they’ve got flu when it’s really a heart attack
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In the UK, more than 28,000 women die of a heart attack every year, more than half of whom are under 75 – that’s nearly three times as many as die from breast cancer. And while heart attacks alone kill more men (over 41,000 in 2015), … Part of the …

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Men: Why Ejaculating Is Really, Really Good for You
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Rider and her team found that men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month in their 20s were 19 percent less likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than men who ejaculated no more than seven times a month. Men who ejaculated more … “Ejaculation …

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Breakthrough: Experts reveal blood test can detect spread of breast cancer
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Secondary breast cancer is difficult to diagnose before symptoms are experienced and it occurs in up to a third of breast cancer patients, sometimes many years after seemingly successful treatment for localised, primary cancer that remained in the breast.

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Why these knitted bra inserts are in demand with breast cancer survivors
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That’s where Knitted Knockers comes in. These prosthetics are exactly what they sound like — knitted inserts that are “comfortable, beautiful and when placed in a regular bra they take the shape and feel of a real breast,” the organization behind the …

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