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Articles tagged with: cancer

 

 

What Are Cysts And Are They A Health Risk?

It is natural to be concerned about any difference in your breasts, but important to know the difference between cancer and the many other types of cysts in the body.

 

Cancer Symptoms You Need To Know

You may know some of these signs, but others are less likely to occur to you as a possible cancer symptom.

 

The ‘Other’ Hormonal Cancer In Women

Breast cancer is something all women are aware of, but uterine cancer can be just as deadly and not so well known.

 

Can Your Diet Prevent, or Cause, Cancer?

Sometimes even the smallest changes can make a huge difference to your health, and your cancer risk and Andrew Weil, MD is an expert in integrative medicine and has some good advice to offer.

 

How To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

There are some straightforward everyday steps that can help reduce breast reduce risk.

 

Why HRT Prescribing Has Fallen in the last 5 years

A study undertaken at Stanford University in California found that women who take HRT for more than five years double their risk of suffering breast cancer for every 12 months they spend taking it.

 

New Study Confirms Oestrogen And Breast Cancer Link

Increased weight means increased oestrogen, so a new report shows that losing weight will boost your chances of beating breast cancer, but what about the protective role of bioidentical progesterone?

 

Are You At Risk?

There are three major health risks for women, and some simple changes will help reduce that and improve your health.

 

Why Sitting Is Really, Really, Bad For You At Menopause

All the current health advice suggests that sitting too long can really harm your health. The risk increases for heart disease, strokes and cancer but some simple changes can make a real difference.

 

Combined HRT Increases Breast Cancer Risk

The effect of excess oestrogen on breast cancer risk is well known, but it is worse if combined with synthetic progestins/progestogens.