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Rethinking Breast Cancer Treatment for Seniors
For women over 70, it may not be necessary to pursue aggressive treatment for breast cancer. Here's what needs to be considered.
Get the Most from Your ‘Five-a-Day’
Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day is a proven way to boost longevity.
Drivers can be exposed to unsafe levels of benzene and formaldehyde if their daily commutes last too long.
A Coffee-Prostate Cancer Connection
Findings on over 1.1 million men indicate that drinking two or more cups a day cuts the risk of prostate cancer. More coffee, less risk.
Craving the Sun
Don't skimp on the sunblock. Worries about its possible effects on the environment pale in comparison to the actual threat of skin cancer.
Oral Contraceptives and Cancer Risk
Birth control pills may raise the risk of breast cancer, but they also seem to offer protection from several cancers years after their use.
Cancer Deaths Drop Following Medicaid Expansion
States opting into the Medicaid expansion portion of the ACA all saw deaths from colon, breast and lung cancer drop. Here's why.
A Real Coffee Fix
Colorectal cancer can be a killer. But coffee seems to slow the progression of the disease and help people live longer.
Little Progress on Endocrine Disruptors
Endocrine disrupting compounds can cause fertility, growth and medical issues. A review finds new EDCs meant to protect us are no safer.
The Buzz about Caffeine
Drinking a few cups of coffee a day is no problem. But if you're pregnant, it's a different story.
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