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Dr. Shiuan Chen's new study on pomegranates is one of many suggesting that certain fruits and vegetables can suppress estrogen production—and certain breast cancers—by interfering with an enzyme called aromatase.
Prostate Cancer Survivors: Being Active and Living Longer
Walking just an hour per day at an easy pace or engaging in other non-vigorous activities may help prostate cancer survivors live longer.
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Women’s Health: Failing the Grade
The United States has failed to reach almost every goal set for women's health, according to a new report.
The Healthiest Body Mass Identified
One of the largest studies of its kind has confirmed that excess body fat – which is linked with many cancers – will increase risk of an earlier death.
Low-Sugar Cereal: Kids Like It
Give kids low-sugar breakfast cereal and, it turns out, they will like it and eat healthier, according to the findings of a new study published in the journal Pediatrics.
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