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A new study of mothers and children in California finds that kids born to obese women are more likely to be diagnosed with autism or related developmental delays than the children of slimmer moms.
A new report in the journal Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology suggests that we could be inching closer to using aspirin as part of clinical guidelines in cancer prevention.
It figures: one of the least tasty vegetables turns out to be among the healthiest - beets. Fortunately, raw beets work well for juicing. Beets mixed with juiced fresh carrots, some apple and some greens thrown in then topped off with a freshly squeezed lemon provides a tasty vegetable juice.
New research reveals that women who take any type of hormone replacement therapy for longer than 10 years may increase their risk of breast cancer.
There are more than enough cancer patients in need of treatment, but there aren't anywhere near enough treatments that get the job done! Half a million US citizens lose their life to cancer every year.
It's every woman's dream: could chocolate, the substance that cures everything from PMS to heartbreak, also make you skinnier?
Oranges are not only sweet and delicious but also they are very healthy. Latest research, which will be published in the April issue ofStroke: Journal of the American Heart Association, provides another reason to eat oranges and citrus fruits on a regular basis.
The elderly are being passed around hospitals in England like parcels, often going without treatment because of ageist attitudes, a report suggests.
A large difference between the blood pressure in each arm suggests a bigger risk of dying early, researchers claim.
Deaths from liver disease in England have reached record levels, rising by 25% in less than a decade, according to new NHS figures.
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