Screening and Selection: The Case of Mammograms - by Liran Einav, Amy Finkelstein, Tamar Oostrom, Abigail J. Ostriker, Heidi L. Williams
Debates over whether and when to recommend screening for a potential disease focus on the causal impact of screening for a typical individual covered by the recommendation, who...
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Get the Facts on Recall of Textured Breast Implants
We are reaching out to all our patients to provide you with information about the voluntary recall by Allergan of their BioCell-textured surface breast implants from the...
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New targets, treatment strategies create ‘exciting time' in triple-negative breast cancer
By Gregory A. Vidal, MD, PhD; Rana Muhammad Usman, MD; and Janice Mullins, DO Although breast cancer mortality has declined by 40% over the past several decades, more than...
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SUN-PO291: Breast Milk Fatty Acids Influence Infant Growth and Cognition: The Preobe Study
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British women who developed a form of cancer linked to their breast implants launch legal action
Linzy Bromfield, 50, 'thought she was going to die' after she developed implant-associated lymphoma in 2016. She has the implants put in at a private clinic in the UK in 2005.
3 days ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Lowering your blood pressure could stop your heart, if you use traditional treatments
If you're scared of having a heart attack, you're not alone. With statistics showing that cardiac arrest kills more people across the world each year than car accidents, breast...
3 days ago - Natural News
Women take legal action over breast implant cancer link
Twenty UK women are taking legal action over a rare type of breast implant-related cancer.
3 days ago - BBC - 2 articles
Gold Coast Biobank at Griffith University boosts medical research
Better treatment and management of chronic diseases such as breast cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer's is one step closer with the official opening of Gold Coast Biobank at...
3 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Lavender Oil may Lead to Abnormal Breast Growth in Young Girls
Abnormal breast growth in young girls is associated with lavender oil exposure, finds a new study.
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Tyson Foods recalls 19.5 tons of chicken breast patties for “extraneous materials”
Pine Bluff, AR-based Tyson Foods Inc. recalled approximately 39,078 pounds of Weaver brand frozen chicken patty product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials...
3 days ago - Food Safety
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Pregnant women who drink fluoride-treated water may have children with lower...
A new study from York University in Toronto, Canada, found that there was a 4.5-point lower IQ score in boys for every 1mg/L increase of fluoride found in a mother's urine sample.
How 2 Moms Started A Genius, No-Bullshit Kids Clothing Line
An orange coat for her twin girls. That's all Galyn Bernard was looking for. Why did she have to go to the boys department to find one? And why did everything in the girls...
Blindness Can Be Treated Soon Using Optic Nerve Stimulation Technique
Permanent blindness may no longer be permanent, and it could be cured by stimulating the optic nerve with a new type of intraneural electrode called OpticSELIN.
Take Omega-3 Fatty Acid Medications to Control High Triglyceride Levels
Prescription omega-3 fatty acid drugs can effectively reduce triglyceride levels, and can be safely taken with statin drugs that reduce cholesterol levels.
New Molecule to Improve Heart Attack Recovery Discovered
Newly discovered molecule could help preserve heart tissue during and even after a heart attack, reveals a new study.
Insomniacs may have a greater risk of coronary artery disease, heart failure...
Researchers in Sweden found people with a genetic trait for insomnia faced higher odds of heart disease or a stroke.
Brown Coal Substance can Fight Viruses
Biologically active molecular components of humic substances extracted from brown coal can help combat tick-borne encephalitis virus, reveals a new study.
Mutation of a Specific Gene Can Put you at Higher Risk for Alcoholism
Mutation of the COMT gene puts people at higher risk for alcoholism and drug addiction at a younger age.
When it comes to chocolate, darker is healthier: Experts find it can reduce...
Let your sweet tooth rejoice: Eating dark chocolate is good for your cardiovascular health, says a recent study in the journal Nutrition. The research, a collaboration between...
You know the health benefits of chia - but what about basil seeds?
Chia seeds are popular superfoods because they can improve your digestive health. But if you want to try something new, consider something that also offers many health...