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Foods to Avoid to Prevent Cancer | Episode 3 Tonight!

The quest continues Tonight - Fri Oct.24th. Episode 3 Airs Tonight at 9pm EST Episode 3 will replay for the next 23 hours  (until 8pm EST tomorrow night). - Read Cancer Tutor's Notes on Episode
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Testosterone promotes prostate cancer in rats

Editor's note: Likewise, estrogen promotes breast cancer....
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11 Surprising Factors That Mess With Your Memory

11 Surprising Factors That Mess With Your Memory September 18, 2014  Story at-a-glance Your brain is a dynamic organ, constantly adapting and changing, for better or for worse, ...
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Lack of Sleep May Lead to Brain Shrinkage

Lack of Sleep May Lead to Brain Shrinkage September 18, 2014 | Story at-a-glance Poor sleeping habits cause both brain damage and brain shrinkage, and may even accelerate onset ...
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Are You Really a Size Zero?

Size Inflation Gives Americans a False Sense of Thinness It is a sad fat that many want to ignore. The more we work out, the more ...
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Caring for Tattooed Skin: Tips from Dermatologists

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (September 9, 2014) – Tattoos are popular ways to change your appearance and express yourself. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, more than ...
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Weight loss helps obstructive sleep apnea

Z.E. Davidson at Monash University in Melbourne, Vic, Australia and colleagues conducted a review and found weight loss achieved by following an lifestyle intervention is ...
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Here is why abortion boosts breast cancer risk

Angela E. Lanfranchi, MD has recently published an article in Issues in Law and Medicine to explain from the viewpoint of breast physiology why induced ...
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Fasting is probably your best medicine

Editor's note: We reported a recent study that suggests that fasting for 4 to 6 days in every six months can renew your immune system and eliminate cancerous cells and potentially prevent cancer development. Fasting can help treat all sorts of chronic diseases associated with diet and lifestyle....
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Postmenopausal breast cancer risk decreases rapidly after starting reg. physical activity

Contact: Jeremy Moorejeremy.moore@aacr.org215-446-7109American Association for Cancer Research  Postmenopausal breast cancer risk decreases rapidly after starting reg. physical activity Benefits quickly disappear if regular physical activity stops PHILADELPHIA — ...
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