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Study reveals nuances of racial inequalities in breast cancer prevention

5 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

African-American women at high risk of breast cancer are less likely than white women to pursue potentially life-saving preventive care, and racial disparities in health care and elsewhere are to blame, new research suggests.
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Some Bacteria in Nose, Throat Less Likely to Develop into Flu: Study

Some Bacteria in Nose, Throat Less Likely to Develop into Flu: Study

5 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

Some nose and throat bacteria are less likely to get the flu, reveals a new study.
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The "incubation period" lie about Ebola, and why America is vulnerable to an...

The "incubation period" lie about Ebola, and why America is vulnerable to an Ebola outbreak from infected migrants

It's a huge, dangerous lie. City officials in San Antonio, Texas, are claiming that no migrants from the Ebola-infected Republic of Congo could possibly be carrying Ebola into... Read more ...

Vitamin D does NOT prevent heart disease, study finds

Vitamin D does NOT prevent heart disease, study finds

Nearly half the global population has been estimated to be vitamin D deficient, raising health risks. But a new University of Michigan study debunks the idea supplements... Read more ...

High-sodium diets may be the reason why so many Chinese have heart problems...

High-sodium diets may be the reason why so many Chinese have heart problems, according to study

You may want to consider reducing your sodium intake to keep your heart healthy. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that in 2011, almost... Read more ...

Target To Add Nursing Rooms As It Remodels Stores Across The Country

Target To Add Nursing Rooms As It Remodels Stores Across The Country

These nursing rooms may be going nationwide at Target stores If you breastfeed your child in public, you should be free to do so wherever and however you feel comfortable. One... Read more ...

Eating Yogurt Twice a Week Could Help Men Avoid Colon Cancer

Eating Yogurt Twice a Week Could Help Men Avoid Colon Cancer

Men who have two portions of yogurt a week could cut the risk of developing adenoma, which can lead to bowel cancer, finds a new study. Read more ...

I'm a Trainer, and This Is Why Planks Make Your Abs Stronger but Won't Burn...

I'm a Trainer, and This Is Why Planks Make Your Abs Stronger but Won't Burn Belly Fat

Abs are one of my favorite body parts to train because having a strong core is important , but I also train abs because of vanity purposes. There are countless ab exercises you... Read more ...

Adequate Protein Intake Lowers the Risk of Frailty in Older Women

Adequate Protein Intake Lowers the Risk of Frailty in Older Women

Adequate intake of protein is linked to a reduced risk of frailty and prefrailty among older women, finds a new study. Read more ...

Microbes in the Placenta may Contribute to Key Functions in Pregnancy

Microbes in the Placenta may Contribute to Key Functions in Pregnancy

Microbes found in the placenta may play an essential role in shaping the developing fetal immune system during pregnancy, reports a new study. Read more ...

Link Between Cognitive Decline and Coronary Heart Disease Discovered

Link Between Cognitive Decline and Coronary Heart Disease Discovered

Adults with incident coronary heart disease are at higher risk for faster cognitive decline in the long-term, stated new research. Read more ...

Bleeding After Minimally Invasive PAD Treatments can Increase Death Risk

Bleeding After Minimally Invasive PAD Treatments can Increase Death Risk

Major bleeding after minimally invasive PAD treatment was found to increase the risk of death, revealed new study. Read more ...