Abdominal obesity is linked to numerous conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and forms of cancer. A new study suggests that one’s body shape as a result of obesity does not necessarily pose a higher risk for breast cancer.
The experimental breast cancer drug, palbociclib, has shown promise for the future treatment of breast cancer, according to the pharmaceutical company Pfizer.
A recent study conducted by researchers from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York suggests that a faulty breast cancer gene in women could dramatically increase their risk for uterine tumors.
The past few years have featured long and cold winters, which means vitamin consumption is important. A lack of sun exposure can deprive us from nutrients that are essential for our bodies and it can especially affect breast cancer patients.
A recent study lead by researcher Charolette Kuperwasser looked to determine some of the common forms of breast cancer and how they originate. The findings showed that breast cancer cells often original from luminal cells where rarer forms of breast cancer can also form via basal cells.
A recent study shows that the antidepressant Paxil may increase the risk of breast cancer in some women.
As China continues to be one of the largest manufacturers of tobacco products, a recent study shows how adopting smoking regulations recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) could potentially prevent as many as 13 million smoking-related deaths by 2050.
The road following recovery from breast cancer, or any type of cancer, is often tiring. Cancer survivors can be weak from previous treatments. YEt Janice Kiecolt-Glaser of Ohio State University believes that practicing yoga is the key to becoming healthier after recovery.
Researchers have found that targeting new hormone receptors could help improve breast cancer treatments, specifically for breast cancers that are hormone-dependent.
Scientists have determined that melatonin may have the potential to help slow the growths of certain breast cancer tumors. Although the study is still in its early stages, the findings have been promising so far.
Study conducted by researchers at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, claims that, practising yoga for as little as three months helps in reducing fatigue that is a common and distressing side effect of breast cancer treatment. Apart from this, yoga also helps in reducing inflam...