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Breast Cancer Awareness: Why are Indian women afraid to touch their breasts?
In fact, it is absolutely normal to do it. Women need to undergo a mammography regularly to detect breast cancer, but a simple thing like the touching of a boob in the privacy of a bedroom or bathroom can help a woman find out if something is wrong ... [...]
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8 Indian spices that prevent cancer
A portent herb with anti-oxidant characteristics, cumin seeds contain a compound called 'Thymoquinone' that checks proliferation of cells responsible for prostate cancer. So, instead of loading your usual snack options with calories and oil, add this ... [...]
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Indian Americans pioneering cancer research from herbal extracts
Curcumin, pepper, ginger, garlic have found their way into the labs of premier universities across the United States with Indian American scientists beginning to test natural products for treatment of cancer. ... Addanki P. Kumar, of University of ... [...]
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Turmeric Rx: Centuries-old Indian spice may have multiple health benefits
The Curcuma longa plant is a member of the ginger family. Curcumin makes up 3.4 percent of the turmeric root-stem or rhizome but provides its color and many of its health benefits. Curcumin is available only as a supplement or by eating turmeric spice. [...]
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UA looks at Indian spice, rheumatoid arthritis
Funk and her colleagues are looking for 45 people with rheumatoid arthritis who are currently taking methotrexate, but not taking biologic treatments, to participate in a monthlong clinical trial that will be overseen by the National Institutes of ... [...]
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UA study looks at Indian spice effect on rheumatoid arthritis
Funk and her colleagues are looking for 45 people with rheumatoid arthritis who are currently taking methotrexate, but not taking biologic treatments, to participate in a monthlong clinical trial that will be overseen by the National Institutes of ... [...]
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How an Indian diet can help cut your cancer risk
For example, the World Health Organization recently classified processed meats (sausages, hot dogs, bacon) as possible carcinogens and stated that red meat could "probably" increase one's risk for cancer (mainly colorectal, but associations were also ... [...]
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Indian spice may improve food safety, freshness
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. Choudhary and a collaborative team of SIU ... [...]
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