In the future, women may be able to get “two for the price of one” as it relates to prevention screenings.
Blog archive 06.2016
It has been long thought that a woman with a genetic risk for breast cancer would be unable to avoid the diagnosis, but new research shows that may not be true.
You can’t go to a restaurant or grocery store without seeing a variety of options labeled “gluten-free.” So why is gluten bad for some people?
A study done at the University of York discovered that people who are socially isolated - having few social interactions or connections - or feel lonely have a 29% higher risk of being diagnosed with heart disease and 32% higher risk of having a stroke when compared with their peers who report that they are well connected socially.