David Liu

Fish Oil May Not Cut Postpartum Depression Risk

A new study published on Oct 20 in the Journal of American Medical Association suggests taking fish oil or DHA supplements during the second half

How Does Induced Abortion Raise Breast Cancer Risk?

In the pink month - the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we'd like readers to know something that many women may not have learned from ...
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FDA: Anti-Osteoporosis Bisphosphonates Linked to Leg Fracture

On October 13, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning that use of anti-osteoporosis drugs or bisphosphonates, may boost the risk of atypical thigh ...
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Prenatal Influenza Vaccine May Prevent Flu in Infants

Prenatal use of influenza vaccine may help young infants be protected against influenza or flu, according to a new study in the Feb 2011 issue ...
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Pink News: Alcohol Raises Breast Cancer Risk

In the pink month - or National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it understandably outrages many women that alcohol companies take advantage of the pink ribbon’s ...
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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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Pink tips: How to prevent breast cancer

During this Breast Cancer Awareness Month or the pink month, I offer the following for those who are interested in knowing something on how to ...
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ADHD is a genetic disorder - study suggests

If your children suffer attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, don't even bother to discipline them or modify their diet to improve their condition.  A ...
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Physical Activity, Depression, Healthcare Reform

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month - a campaign launched 25 years ago to raise awareness of breast cancer nationwide.  We post below some ...
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Sugary Sports Drinks Mistakenly Viewed as Healthy

Children who follow a healthy lifestyle like eating fruits and vegetables and engaging in physical activity may mistakenly think sugar-loaded soft drinks are healthy beverages, ...
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