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What's The Best Nut?

Is there one nut to rule them all when it comes to the health benefits of antioxidants?

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Diet & Exercise Key For Surviving Breast Cancer

Breast cancer survivors who eat a healthy diet and exercise can reduce their risk of dying from breast cancer by half.

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Lifestyle Vital After Breast Cancer

Paying attention to a healthy lifestyle can improve a woman's chance of survival after a diagnosis of breast cancer according to two new studies.

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Weight Training Lifts Spirits

Breast cancer treatment can be physically and mentally draining. So a study that has found weight training can significantly improve quality of life for women recently treated for breast cancer is welcome news.

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Actively Beat Breast Cancer

Women with breast cancer who walk for one or more hours per week may improve their odds of survival compared to those who exercise less.

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Antibiotics Under Attack

As the search for possible causes of breast cancer continues, the spotlight has turned to antibiotics - medications that may be foe as well as friend.

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Outrun Cancer

Can we exercise away our risk of being afflicted with cancer? Sometimes...

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Is Soy Safe?

Soy converts are everywhere - sloshing bean juice on their cereal or colouring their coffees. But is soy safe?

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Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Positive news for postmenopausal women: increased physical activity can reduce your risk of suffering from breast cancer.

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Obesity-Breast Cancer Link

Oestrogen has unlocked yet another mystery. It appears to explain the relationship between obesity and breast cancer in post-menopausal women.

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Natural Metal Fear

Exposure to cadmium may be a direct risk factor for developing breast cancer, a study has suggested.

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Breast Cancer, Obesity, Puberty Link

Young girls whose first outward indicator of entering puberty is breast development may be more likely to be obese later in life.

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Exercise Improves Body Image

Exercise improves body image and distress levels among breast cancer survivors.

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Seeking A Sound Examination

Ultrasound delivers more accurate results than a mammogram when it comes to detecting breast cancer in women who are 45 years old or younger, Australian research has shown.

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Exercise Reduces Body Fat

Exercise lowers body fat in postmenopausal women, regardless of their age or body weight.

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