It Takes Only One Drink A Day To Increase Breast Cancer Risk


A comprehensive analysis of 119 studies has found that it takes only 1 glass of wine or any other kind of alcoholic drink a day to increase risk of breast cancer. It was also found that vigorous exercise like fast bicycling or running reduces the risk of pre-menopausal as well as post-menopausal…
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It Takes Only One Drink A Day To Increase Breast Cancer Risk


A comprehensive analysis of 119 studies has found that it takes only 1 glass of wine or any other kind of alcoholic drink a day to increase risk of breast cancer. It was also found that vigorous exercise like fast bicycling or running reduces the risk of pre-menopausal as well as post-menopausal…
Read the full story…http://www.ahealthblog.com/it-takes-only-one-drink-a-day-to-increase-breast-cancer-risk.html

Higher Vitamin D Levels Linked To Reduced Breast Cancer Risk


A study has indicated that higher vitamin D levels are associated with reduced breast cancer risk. Data was pooled from 2 randomized clinical trials consisting of 3,325 participants and a prospective study consisting of 1,713 participants for examining the association between breast cancer risk…
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Breastfeeding For 6 Months Can Help Reduce Diabetes Risk


According to a study, women who breastfeed for 6 months or more have almost half the risk of type 2 diabetes during their childbearing years. The study revealed a significant association between duration of breastfeeding and reduced risk of diabetes, even after all other possible risk factors…
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Omega 3s From Fish Are Better For Cancer Prevention


Researchers have discovered that omega-3s derived from fish are more powerful compared to flaxseed and other plant based oils for preventing cancer. The study revealed that marine-derived omega-3s are 8 times more effective for the inhibition of tumour growth and development.[1]
The research is…
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Acupuncture Helps To Relieve Joint Pain In Breast Cancer Patients


A study has found that the debilitating joint pain that many women receiving treatment for early stage breast cancer experience is significantly reduced with acupuncture. Tens of thousands of women each year receive treatment with aromatase inhibitor medication which stops estrogen production,…
Read the full story…https://www.ahealthblog.com/acupuncture-helps-to-relieve-joint-pain-in-breast-cancer-patients.html

Higher Vitamin D Levels Linked To Reduced Breast Cancer Risk


A study has indicated that higher vitamin D levels are associated with reduced breast cancer risk. Data was pooled from 2 randomized clinical trials consisting of 3,325 participants and a prospective study consisting of 1,713 participants for examining the association between breast cancer risk…
Read the full story…http://www.ahealthblog.com/higher-vitamin-d-levels-linked-to-reduced-breast-cancer-risk.html

Acupuncture Helps To Relieve Joint Pain In Breast Cancer Patients


A study has found that the debilitating joint pain that many women receiving treatment for early stage breast cancer experience is significantly reduced with acupuncture. Tens of thousands of women each year receive treatment with aromatase inhibitor medication which stops estrogen production,…
Read the full story…http://www.ahealthblog.com/acupuncture-helps-to-relieve-joint-pain-in-breast-cancer-patients.html

Breast Cancer: Know Your Risks

Breast cancer strikes more than 2.7 million women in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute. One in eight women will be diagnosed with the disease at some point in their lives.

Dr. Richard Besser, chief health and medical correspondent for ABC News, hosted a tweet chat this week on breast cancer prevention to help women understand their risk factors for the disease and what steps they can take to minimize these risks.

Besser was joined by doctors from top hospitals from all over the country, as well as medical experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Cancer Society and various chapters of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

via Breast Cancer: Know Your Risks – ABC News.