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Early onset puberty is a risk factor for breast cancer

Many girls are beginning puberty at an early age, developing breasts sooner than girls of previous generations. Click here to

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Low Vitamin D Tied to Higher Death Risk risk for disease

Many observational studies suggest that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk for disease. Click here to

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Can meditation help keep you from getting sick? This study says yes

If you’re at all like me, you dread getting sick. I’m just not very good at lying around for days

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Alternative diets could, if widely adopted, reduce global agricultural greenhouse gas emissions

Good food advocates have long argued that what’s good for your health is also good for the planet, but new

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Mindfulness meditation, yoga and group therapy have a positive physical impact within the cells of distressed breast cancer survivors

Certain protective and stabilizing components of chromosomes, known as telomeres, remain intact in survivors who practice meditation and yoga or

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(Only) Two Rules for a Good Diet

To a large extent, you can fix the food system in your world today. Three entities are involved in creating

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Regulating Chemicals of Concern

For nearly 40 years, the Food and Drug Administration has wrestled with regulating the chemicals triclosan and triclocarban.    

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Non-invasive alternative therapies can clear an anxious mind

Up to 80% of American patients with breast cancer will undergo complementary therapies to manage anxiety and stress after they

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Cancer Survivor Steve Mosher talks about the Anticancer Fitness

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A six-minute video describing the Anticancer Lifestyle Program

 

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