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Obesity Raises Odds for Breast Cancer’s Return

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, April 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Most people know obesity can lead to diabetes or heart disease, but excess weight can play a role in cancer, too, researchers say.. A new study found…

Pinoys observe Philippine Digestive Health Week

Colorectal cancer, liver cancer, peptic ulcer disease, diarrhea, and stomach cancer are among the leading causes of sickness and death in the country.In line with the observance of Philippine Digestive Health Week (PDHW) from March 7 to 13, health experts are urging Filipinos to take a proactive role in caring for their digestive health.This…

Researchers study geographical distribution of mortality from 16 causes in Spain

Miguel ángel Martínez, professor at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Valencia (UV) is the coordinator of MEDEA3, a statistical study on the geographical distribution of mortality from 16 causes in 26 Spanish cities of 11 autonomous communities. The initiative, which has resulted in an interactive atlas of mortality and that 13 research

Regular walnut diet may cut symptoms of H pylori infection, animal study suggests

New Delhi, February 10 Eating a diet rich in walnuts may help protect against negative outcomes associated with Helicobacter pylori infection, a widespread bacterial infection that affects more than half of the world's population, a study conducted in mice suggests. H. pylori infection is a major cause of ulcers in the stomach and small intestine as

Study shows how tissue damage promotes the earliest stages of pancreatic cancer

Like weeds sprouting from cracks in the pavement, cancer often forms in sites of tissue damage. That damage could be an infection, a physical wound, or some type of inflammation. Common examples include stomach cancer caused by H. pylori infection, Barrett's esophagus caused by acid reflux, and even smoking-induced lung cancer. Exactly how tissue damage

Coronavirus: Rothesay, N.B., man says province now attributing mom’s death to COVID-19

A family says New Brunswick Public Health has changed its mind after ruling a woman’s death wasn’t due to COVID-19.Peter Lewis’ mother Joan Davis died January 21.She had been living in the Lily Court unit inside Tucker Hall at Shannex’s Parkland Saint John facility, where a COVID-19 outbreak continues to rage. Read more: Shannex reports 2

Better post-surgery care would dramatically improve cancer survival

Patients in low-and lower-middle-income countries were up to six times more likely to die from complications within 30 days of surgery compared with those in high-income countries, the report said. Hospitals in these countries were found to be less likely to have post-surgical facilities or care plans in place. Investing in appropriate recovery and

Indian-origin expert leads UK study on cancer survival chances

London, January 22 An Indian-origin expert at the University of Birmingham has led an international study which finds that patients’ chances of survival after cancer surgery is strongly linked with the standard of post-operative hospital care. Dr Aneel Bhangu from the NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Global Surgery at the university, who was the

Call it kamalam or anything else, dragon fruit is bursting with health benefits. Here are 5 of them

Dragon fruit! We’re sure you’ve noshed on this sweet fruit a number of times—then be it in the exotic fruit section of lavish weddings or at a fancy restaurant. As interesting as its name is—especially given its brand-new nomenclature in Gujarat—it’s appearance and taste are even better.     Cultivated all over the world, including southeast Asia, …

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Obesity-associated cancers: An emergent problem among younger adults

The increasing prevalence and troubling consequences of obesity in the United States have been well-documented.According to the CDC, the prevalence of obesity in the U.S. has increased among adults from 30.5% between 1999 and 2000 to 42.4% between 2017…


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