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Researchers have found more about soy and breast cancer making it important for women to know when eating soy could be beneficial and when it could harm.
Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers have uncovered some new information based on animal testing that could clear up some questions about the link between soy and breast canc
Increasing your intake of certain herbs and vegetables could help reduce the risk of metastasis from Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.
Researchers have found that women who have a greater number of social connections have a higher rate of survival from breast cancer.
Breast cancer is a devastating condition. However with aggressive treatment and a positive attitude cure rates for breast cancer can be impressive.
Choosing a healthful diet is very important to reduce your risk of many types of cancer, but choosing a food solely based on its glycemic index is not necessarily a good idea.
The Glycemic Index (GI) is a numerical ranking of carbohydrates according to how much they raise blood sugar after eating.
Pink is everywhere! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and today we bring awareness to the steps you can take to reduce your risk of developing the disease.
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among American women, after skin cancer.
Women with dense breasts are slightly more at risk for developing breast cancer. Improving your diet may be one way to decrease your risk.
What exactly are “dense breasts?” You cannot necessarily tell just by look or feel. Dense breasts have less fatty tissue and more glandular and supportive tissue.
Teenagers, in general, are not especially known for their healthy eating habits, but here is one piece of advice you should gently encourage for your daughter – Eat more fruit.
Many different types of cancer are linked to obesity, including post-menopausal breast cancer.