Breast cancer relapse predictor tool may soon be a reality
Researchers have developed a tool by which they can predict accurately the time when breast cancer is likely to return.
2 hours ago - News Medical
FDA issues warning letters to breast implant manufacturers days before hearing
In the letters, the US Food and Drug Administration reprimanded Mentor and Sientra for historically failing to complete the safety studies required for medical devices to stay...
3 hours ago - Daily Mail
Scientists identify generation of key immune response in mice on introducing solid food
Microbes colonize all body surfaces and help to balance the immune system. In newborn infants, gut microbiota is first conditioned by breast milk components.
10 hours ago - News Medical
FDA warns two breast implant makers for failure to comply with post-approval study requirements
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued warning letters to two breast implant manufacturers for failure to comply with their requirements, under their premarket...
10 hours ago - News Medical - 3 articles
AeroForm Tissue Expanders makes breast reconstruction after mastectomy more comfortable
Henry Ford Cancer Institute is the first in Michigan to offer a needle-free, patient-controlled tissue expansion system for women undergoing breast reconstruction after mastectomy.
11 hours ago - News Medical
The 12 signs of breast cancer that everyone needs to be aware of
Breast cancer is the second most common cause of death in women - and the number is rising fast. About one in eight U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer at some point...
15 hours ago - Natural News
Nike's New Collection of Sports Bras Will Include Sizes That Go Up to 44G
Nike is the latest in a handful of brands making the effort to become more size inclusive, as the company recently announced its plans to expand its range of sports bras to...
18 hours ago - PopSugar
Reports of Breast Implant Illnesses Prompt Federal Review
The Food and Drug Administration is taking another look at breast implants because of renewed safety concerns.
20 hours ago - NY Times
Now you can get your BREASTS checked for cancer on the high street
On the back of the annoucement, 28-year-old breast cancer survivor Charlotte Tarr, from Suffolk, said it's unlikely she would have beat the disease if she didn't check her breasts.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
3D mammography significantly reduces breast biopsy rates
The use of digital breast tomosynthesis, also known as 3D mammography, may significantly reduce the number of women who undergo breast biopsy for a non-cancerous lesion...
1 day ago - ScienceDaily
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Eat a healthy breakfast every day to reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes...
Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal of the day. Yet, many people still skip it without considering its health consequences. For one, skipping breakfast may...
Stroke rates rise 42 percent among young men over roughly the last two decades
Stroke appears to be on the rise for an alarmingly unexpected demographic: young men. A recent study has found that stroke hospitalization rates among men ages 18 to 44 have...
FDA Approves First Drug for Postpartum Depression
The drug, Zulesso , is delivered via intravenous infusion.
New Method to identify Cancerous DNA in Blood of Lung Cancer Patients
New method detects cancerous genetic material in blood samples of lung cancer patients accurately, according to a new research.
Can High-Potency Pot Make You Psychotic?
As many as 1 in 5 newly diagnosed cases of psychosis might be linked to daily cannabis use, according to data gathered from 11 hospitals across Europe.
Kale Is a Surprise on 2019's 'Dirty Dozen' List
For the report, researchers ranked pesticide contamination of 47 fruits and vegetables based on an analysis of more than 40,000 samples taken by the USDA and FDA.
Drinking Very Hot Tea May Up Esophageal Cancer Risk
Drinking too hot tea regularly can put you at a higher risk esophageal cancer, reveals a new study.
Rates of dementia have dropped 15% per decade since the 1980s
Researchers led by Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, studied almost 60,000 people to find individual dementia risk in the West is lower than in the 1980s.
Drug Used to Reduce Cholesterol Found Useful for Cachexia
Treatment with atorvastatin, the drug used to reduce cholesterol, could reduce adipose tissue remodeling, leading to rapid weight loss and muscle atrophy.
Air pollution may damage a man's ability to perform in the bedroom
A study by Guangzhou Medical University in China found that exposing male rats to regular doses of petrol and diesel exhaust gases reduced their ability to respond to sexual...