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What Teen Girls Should Eat to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Fruits and vegetables are staples in a healthy diet, and that includes one aimed at preventing cancer. Many studies have documented the lower risk of various cancers among people who eat more fresh produce, and avoid things like red and processed meat. [...]
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Guide to Healthy Breasts
Like all our body parts, our breasts can undergo changes as we age. Some of the changes may simply be unwelcome, while others can be worrisome. Here are five of the most common changes, what they mean and when to get them checked out [...]
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Natural Remedies For Your Arthritis Inflammation: Dr. Mao's Wellness Living
In one study, two grams of curcumin extract provided to subjects was found to provide pain relief that was equivalent to ibuprofen for pain associated with osteoarthritis of the knee. A tasty option is to sprinkle turmeric or curry spice in your ... [...]
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Can Turmeric Reduce Recalls?
This is not news in India, where curcumin is widely used as a medicinal herb. Science, however, has confirmed that the phenolic compounds known as curcuminoids have health benefits and antimicrobial qualities, with initial tests of curcumin to create a ... [...]
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3 Reasons to Include Turmeric in Your Diet
Another study on the role of curcumin in cancer therapy found that, "Research over the last few decades has shown that curcumin is a potent anti-inflammatory agent with strong therapeutic potential against a variety of cancers. Curcumin has been shown ... [...]
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Health Benefits Of Curry Powder: Curcumin May Defeat Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
The chemical in turmeric that gives the root its distinctive yellow color and spicy, bitter flavor may also help treat drug-resistant tuberculosis, according to a new study published in Respirology. Tuberculosis (TB) that's resistant to most ... [...]
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Can You Name Four of the Healthiest, Tastiest Spices?
The U.S. National Institutes of Health says it is possible that spices have health benefits. But there is not enough ... Some Indian researchers claim that a chemical in turmeric called curcumin can slow or stop the growth of tumor cells. They say it ... [...]
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Ask the Diet Doctor: The Truth About Turmeric Juice
A: Turmeric, a plant native to South Asia, contains serious health-boosting benefits. Research has identified more than 300 bioactive antioxidant compounds in the spice, with curcumin being the most studied and most famous. And while curcumin certainly ... [...]
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The Effects of Turmeric Curcumin on Pancreatic Cancer Patients
In 2010 I profiled a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, the largest such study in history, which found that dietary fat of animal origin was associated with increased pancreatic cancer risk. Which animal fat is the worst? The second ... [...]
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10 Superfoods to eat now by Nutritionist Christine Bailey
This fabulous spice has been used for thousands of years to boost health as well as add flavour to meals. Curcumin, the active compound found in turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It has been studied for its benefit for healthy ... [...]
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Curcumin, a wonder drug in waiting
Although, a large segment of the studies is devoted to the use of curcumin to treat a variety of cancers, its beneficial use has been demonstrated with a wide range of diseases including Alzheimer's, cystic fibrosis, arthritis, other systemic disorders ... [...]
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Prevent Alzheimer's Disease: 8 Daily Habits a Neurologist Swears By
Curry and turmeric contain the antioxidant curcumin, which several studies show could help reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease (as well as that of cancer, arthritis, and depression). Add them to scrambled eggs, sprinkle them on roasted vegetables ... [...]
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Curcumin Inhibits Prostate Cancer Metastases
Curcumin, an ingredient of the Indian spice Turmeric, has been shown to stop the formation of metastases in prostate cancer patients, researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich, Germany, reported in the journal Carcinogenesis today. [...]
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Low level curcumin supplements have 'diverse' health effects
DiSilvestro and his team added that curcumin has been previously been suggested to have many health benefits – with data from cell cultures and experimental animals models suggesting the spice extract has beneficial actions for lipid metabolism and ... [...]
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Kim Vaillancourt who delayed cancer treatments to save unborn child gives birth
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)
"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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