By Dr Jaee Khamkar While there is no one single food or diet that can prevent or cause breast cancer, diet is an area in which individual choices can make a real difference Image Source: Google No food or diet can prevent one from getting breast cancer ; it is not 100% effective. However, nutrition is an important aspect and plays an important role in decreasing the chances of breast cancer .
You are here: Home / Breast Cancer Awareness / Breast Cancer and Younger Women Breast Cancer and Younger Women February 18, 2019 by Gail Leave a Comment Most breast cancer is found in women who are over 50 years old, but lately it is becoming more common for younger women to be diagnosed with the disease.
New study confirms broccoli to be extremely effective at battling liver cancer
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( Natural News ) Even though we’ve made tremendous advances in science in recent years, some of the best medicine you can find today comes from plants and trees. Case in point: broccoli. It’s always been considered a health food, but now, a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition shows that this cruciferous vegetable has the power …
Waking Times – by Alex Pietrowski
At the center of the debate about 5G technology is the issue of whether or not 5G is safe. Already underway, though, the rapid rollout will deploy 20,000+ satellites , millions of small towers , and use the same range of EMF waves as a military crowd-control system . Proponents of the technology don’t seem to acknowledge the growing body of research and growing number of voices warning us of the coming catastrophe of a world blanketed in 5G radiation.
Scientist Warns Against Discoveries Made With AI By Financial Times A leading U.S. computer scientist and medical statistician warned that is being applied with undue haste to analyze data in some areas of biomedical research, leading to inaccurate findings. Credit: Clive Cookson
Artificial intelligence is being applied with undue haste to analyze data in some areas of biomedical research, leading to inaccurate findings, a leading US computer scientist and medical statistician warned on Friday.