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Reducing Salt Intake Might Harm Heart Failure Patients, Study Claims
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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Exercise might slow rate of mental decline by 10 years for older people
"These results were not surprising because I think there is more and more evidence that more physical activity is good," said Dr. Clinton Wright, an associate professor of neurology, public health sciences and neuroscience at University of Miami School ... [...]
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Lycopene Might Help Prevent Prostate Cancer
High PSA levels mean that the prostate may be infected, inflamed or enlarged. If such symptoms are apparent, further tests are conducted to determine the possibility of prostate cancer. Research on nutrition and how it can affect a man's risk for ... [...]
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Breast Cancer Gene Might Lower Women's Fertility: Study
The BRCA1 gene mutation, which raises the risk of breast cancer by 80 percent, may be linked to having fewer eggs in the ovaries as a woman ages, the Australian investigators said. But a cause-and-effect relationship was not proven. "Although BRCA1 is ... [...]
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Evening snacking might raise odds for breast cancer's return
(HealthDay News) -- Breast cancer patients fond of midnight snacking may be at a higher risk of a breast cancer recurrence, according to new research. "Women whose usual nightly fast was less than 13 hours had a 36 percent increased risk of having a ... [...]
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The breast cancer symptoms you might not know
Perhaps it's not surprising, then, that breast cancer was Australia's third-most diagnosed cancer in 2011. Thanks to events such as the Mother's Day Classic, the National Breast Cancer Foundation is able to fund some the world's leading breast cancer ... [...]
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Why Turmeric Might Just Be The Healthiest Spice Of All Time
Dr. Frank Lipman is an integrative and functional medicine physician, founder of Eleven Eleven Wellness in NYC, and the creator of Be Well By Dr. Frank Lipman. In his monthly column for R29, he'll talk about the latest health and wellness news; his ... [...]
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New cancer treatment might come with fewer side effects
It can be used to treat spinal cord tumours, sarcomas near the spine or brain, prostate cancer, lung cancer, liver cancer and some children's cancers. Independent expert Prof Gillies McKenna, who is the head of the department of oncology at the ... [...]
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Popular Scar Treatment Might Work for Breast Cancer Too
The survival of a breast cancer patient depends on a number of factors, such as age, stage during diagnosis, types of treatment received, overall health, and the kind of breast cancer the patient has. One of the most common yet difficult forms of ... [...]
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Why Tumeric Milk Might Be the New Green Juice
It's a spice you can get at almost any grocery store with a list of health benefits seem sort of endless. SF-based nutritionist Carla Hernandez of Wise Roots Nutrition tells us curcumin is the key medicinal and active component in turmeric. It's been ... [...]
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Fridge Magnet: Foods that might prevent cancer
Black pepper contains curcumin as well as piperine, which may help prevent breast cancer. Garlic, technically a vegetable, is used ... These foods support prostate and urinary tract health and protect against heart disease. Orange and yellow: Carrots ... [...]
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Turmeric might hold key to curbing E Coli outbreak
Science, however, has confirmed that the phenolic compounds known as curcuminoids have health benefits and antimicrobial qualities, the university said releasing the results of a research carried by a group of its scientists led by Ruplal Choudhary, a ... [...]
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