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Green tea extract fights chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Taking green tea supplements may help stabilize early-stage chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), a phase II trial published in the May 2010 supplement issue of the

Lignan Reduces Risk of Breast Cancer Death

A new study suggests that high intake of dietary lignan may help breast cancer patients reduce their risk of dying from breast cancer. The study led ...
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Pink news: Soy protein cuts risk of breast cancer death

In the Pink Month or National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the following is intended for breast cancer survivors.A study published in Journal of American Medical ...
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More antioxidants found in black rice than blueberries

Health conscious food consumers are already aware that blueberries are high in antioxidants. But a new study has found that black rice has even higher ...
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Green tea compound slows progression of leukemia

One green tea compound may be used to treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia or CLL, which would not otherwise need any treatment until symptoms show up, ...
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Resveratrol Boosts Brain Blood Flow

Posted By Dr. Mercola | May 27 2010 A new study shows that high doses of resveratrol may improve brain blood flow and could potentially boost brain health. Resveratrol is ...
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Broccoli Component Limits Breast Cancer Stem Cells

Posted By Dr. Mercola | May 27 2010 Sulforaphane, a compound found in broccoli, could help treat breast cancer by targeting cancer stem cells, which fuel the growth of ...
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Flavonoids rich foods reduce heart risk

A study that appears in the March 2007 issue of American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that eating food high in flavonoids, such as chocolate, ...
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Green tea may be good for your eye

A new study suggests drinking green tea often mat help protect against common eye diseases like glaucoma. The study in the current issue of the Journal ...
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Culprit Compounds That Block Beans' Healthful Iron Probed

By Marcia Wood Familiar beans like reds, whites and pintos are rich in iron, a nutrient essential for our health. But not all of the little legumes' ...
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