Women not aware enough of breast cancer link to alcohol
5 monthes ago - By BBC
Women know too little about alcohol's role in increasing breast cancer risk, a study suggests.
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80% of women don't know alcohol causes breast cancer
5 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers from the University of Southampton surveyed more than 200 patients and staff at a breast care centre in England and found knowledge about the link to alcohol was poor.
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Malaysia Launches Vaccination Campaign After 1st Polio Infection in 27 Years
Malaysian health authorities a vaccination campaign in rural areas of the jungle-covered island of Borneo after detecting the first case of polio since the Southeast
Deadly Breast Cancer Can Now Be Treated Using Highly Potential Therapy
Growth of triple-negative breast cancer, the deadliest type of breast cancer, which has few effective treatment options, can be stopped using an innovative experimental therapy.
Blood Test Detects People at Risk of Night-time High BP
Researchers have found that a simple blood test can help identify people with obstructive sleep apnea who are at higher risk of cardiovascular problems because of a phenomenon.
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Treating the whole patient and considering their entire health profile, rather than focusing only on their cardiovascular events such as heart attack and heart failure is...
Two Drinks Per Day for Five Years can Increase Overall Cancer Risk by 5 Percent
Even light to moderate alcohol consumption is associated with elevated cancer risks in Japan, reports a new study.