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Cigarette smoking, active or otherwise, boosts breast cancer risk

BY Jimmy Downs Tuesday Oct 9, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- Cigarette smoking passively or actively may increase risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women, according to a

Moderate physical exercise lowers breast cancer risk in diabetic women

By David Liu, PHD Sunday Oct 07, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in Diabetes Care suggests that women with diabetes mellitus type 2 may reduce ...
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Moderate physical exercise lowers breast cancer risk in diabetic women

By David Liu, PHD Saturday Oct 06, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in Diabetes Care suggests that women with diabetes mellitus type 2 may reduce ...
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Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Palevsky

Download Interview TranscriptTo View the Full Interview, please click HERE! Visit the Mercola Video Library By Dr. Mercola Dr. Lawrence Palevsky is a board-certified pediatrician who uses a holistic ...
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Physical Exercise cuts dementia risk

By David Liu, PHD Thursday Sept 27, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- Dementia like Alzheimer's disease is on the rise. But a new study recently published in the ...
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The Cancer Treatment YOU Shouldn't Ignore... Even If Your Oncologist Does

By Dr. Mercola Mounting evidence shows that exercise can not only help cancer patients get well but also help keep their cancer from recurring. Yet, few ...
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Foundational Lifestyle Strategies to Maintain Healthy Blood Pressure

By Dr. Mercola According to CDC director Thomas Frieden1, high blood pressure is public healthy enemy No. 2. The CDC says 36 million people in the ...
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Multiple sclerosis news: Breastfeeding lowers MS risk

By David Liu, PHD Saturday Sept 15, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- Published recently in Multiple Sclerosis Journal, one study suggests breastfeeding lowers risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) ...
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Male marijuana smokers at high risk for testicular cancer

By Marie Cendejas A new study has found that young men who use marijuana have a higher risk of testicular cancer, according to ABC News. The study ...
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Radioactive particles in cigarette smoke cause lung cancer

By David Liu, PHD Saturday Sept 8, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- At least 70 chemicals in cigarette smoke can cause lung cancer including benzene, formaldehyde, acetone, tar, ...
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