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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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Health: Root canals and breast cancer: Hidden link no one told you about
It is this bacteria that researchers claim results in disease (sometimes even decades later), including breast cancer. Dr Kulacz, a well-known dentist and author of The toxic tooth: How a root canal could be making you sick, has performed biopsies on ... [...]
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Arthritis: What is it and what can you do about it?
As baby boomers continue to age, we expect to see more patients who have the debilitating effects of arthritis. But, what exactly is arthritis and what can people do to treat it? Arthritis is quite simply the loss of the smooth cushion or cartilage ... [...]
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Die Roten Punkte star's 'deeply personal' show about testicular cancer returns …
It's validation for a tragi-comedy of a particularly personal nature, taking as its subject Tobias' diagnosis with stage four testicular cancer at the age of 29 and the sense that he's frequently been cheated by a God he doesn't believe exists. Spoiler ... [...]
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Teary Facts About the Science of Crying
... at Its Source · Spring-Forward Energizing Smoothie Recipe · What Is Licorice Root Good For? Insufficient vitamin D levels associated with aggressive prostate cancer .... Vitamin D3 Extreme™ 50,000 IU Vitamin D3 - Prescription Strength. Energy NADH ... [...]
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6 facts about male orgasm we bet you didn't know!
Ejaculation lowers risk of prostate cancer: Studies say than men who orgasm often stay healthy and are at a lower risk of developing prostate cancer. A study published in the journal JAMA pointed out that men who orgasm more than 20 times in a month as ... [...]
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10 Essential Facts About Breast Cancer
Sometimes a disease doesn't seem so scary when you know the basic facts, so we talked with a few breast specialists who have in-depth knowledge about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer. Read on to find out what you should know. [...]
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8 Things you didn't know about circumcision
It has even been thought to lower the risk of prostate cancer. ... A point that is frequently brought up is the fact that boys have no protection against adults who want to perform medically unnecessary surgery on their genitals (sometimes without ... [...]
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Myths and facts about breast cancer
Although a majority of breast cancers occur in women over the age of 50 in the Western world, it can, in fact, occur at any age. It is alarming to note that a majority of breast cancer patients in India are diagnosed with the disease at a much earlier ... [...]
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[WATCH] Amazing facts about the immortal cells of Henrietta Lacks
Sadly, the treatments that were developed using HeLa cells were out of reach for the Lacks. Like many others without insurance, the Lacks could not afford them. Henrietta's husband had prostate cancer, their eldest daughter had developmental issues ... [...]
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Explore offering PSA test to men in their 40s worried about cancer risk, GPs told
The recommendation is contained in a set of 13 statements, which represent the consensus view of hundreds of UK health professionals, issued by charity Prostate Cancer UK, in a bid to boost the early detection of prostate cancer in men without symptoms ... [...]
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About half of women may benefit from mammograms at 40: analysis
But the review of female patients between the ages of 40 and 44 found that 50 percent had an above-average risk for breast cancer, and therefore would be eligible to begin screening mammography at age 40, said lead researcher Dr. Jennifer Plichta. She ... [...]
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Researchers Reveal Horrendous Facts About Breast Screenings (Mammograms)
I believe that if you did have a tumor, the last thing you would want to do is crush that tumor between two plates, because that would spread it. – Dr. Sarah Mybill, General Practitioner (taken from the documentary trailer below). I think if a woman ... [...]
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Every Question You've Ever Had About Your Breasts, Answered
Breasts have been, interestingly, one of the buzziest topics of 2015—from the #freethenipple movement to the push for acceptance of public breastfeeding to the proud women who go viral for celebrating breast cancer survival with beautiful areola tattoos. [...]
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Here's What You Need To Know About DCIS
Earlier this week, Janice Dickinson told the Daily Mail that she's been diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer: ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). The good news is this is the earliest stage of breast cancer, meaning it's treatable. But in recent years ... [...]
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The truth about HRT
And ever since an explosive 2002 study found hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increased the risk of breast cancer, there's been a large drop in the number of women taking it for menopausal symptoms. Today, only eight per cent of menopausal ... [...]
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