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Cancer, Breast And Ovarian Cancer, Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer, Liver Cancer, Cancer Drug, G-Protein-coupled receptors, Pediatric Cancer

Cancer Research Advances: 5 Leads for Better Diagnosis and Treatment

Featured research includes a non-invasive new screening approach for breast cancer, leads for drug discovery and insights on a cancer-protective diet.

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Heart Disease, Heart disease and women , heart disease research and education, heart disease and yoga, yoga, gender disparities in healthcare, gender disparities and cardiovascular disease

CRF to Hold Yoga Fundraiser on April 25th in NYC to Raise Money for Heart Disease Research and Education for Women

The CRF Women’s Heart Health Initiative is holding a yoga fundraiser on Tuesday, April 25th led by noted expert and senior instructor Tanya Boulton at Pure Yoga West in New York City. This is a wonderful opportunity to reduce stress and take care of your heart while raising money for heart disease research and education for women.

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Fertility, fertility awareness, infertility treatment, Fertility Problems

U-M Experts Available to Speak on Reproductive Health Topics During Infertility Awareness Week

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Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Survivors, low mobility, Obesity, cancer and obesity, Cancer, Exercise

Breast Cancer Survivors Walking on Thin Air

A new pilot investigation at UAB is rethinking the exercise paradigm for breast cancer survivors with reduced mobility, evaluating the utility of simulated high-altitude training for the purpose of enhancing health and physical activity.

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Breast Cancer, triple negative breast cancer, Susan G. Komen, Breast Cancer Research

Head of Henry Ford Breast Cancer Center Appointed to Komen Scientific Advisory Board

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Lisa A. Newman, M.D., MPH, director of the Breast Cancer Center at the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, has been appointed by Susan G. Komen – the world’s largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer research – to its Scientific Advisory Board.

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American Academy Of Dermatology, Dermatology, Dermatologist, Rosacea, Alcohol, White Wine, Liquor, Women's Health, Journal of American Academy of Dermatology

Study: Alcohol Consumption Increases Rosacea Risk in Women

According to new research published online in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, increased consumption of alcohol, particularly white wine and liquor, is associated with a higher risk of rosacea in women.

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UCLA, UCLA health, Transgender, Youth, HIV, AIDS, Center For Disease Control, Women & AIDS, Infectious Disease

Preventing HIV Among Youth, Transgender People

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According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 22 percent of new HIV diagnoses in the United States in 2014 occurred among young people ages 13 to 24, 80 percent of whom were gay and bisexual males.

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Pregnancy and diet, Pregnancy and alcohol, Nutrition, Fruits And Vegetables, processed foods, Alcohol Consumption, Maternal Health, Fetal Health

Significant Connections Between Diet and Drinking During Pregnancy

It has been shown that both heavy and occasional drinking among the general population are linked to eating less fruits and vegetables, and eating more processed and fried meat. This is particularly worrisome for pregnant women, as both drinking and inadequate nutrition can have adverse consequences for the fetus. This study investigated links between maternal diet and drinking during pregnancy.

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total joint arthroplasty, Joint Replacement, Metal sensitization, pain

Women More Sensitized Than Men to Metal Used in Joint Replacement

Why are women at higher risk of complications after total hip or knee replacement surgery? An increased rate of hypersensitivity to the metals contained in joint implants might be a contributing factor, suggests a study in the April 19 issue of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

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Yale Cancer Center, Lassa virus, Ovarian Cancer, vesicular stomatitis virus

Going Viral: Using a Deadly Disease to Kill Ovarian Cancer

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After studying viruses for 15 years, Dr. Anthony van den Pol believes he has found one that can safely and effectively kill chemotherapy-resistant ovarian cancer.







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