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Processed Food Hurts Your Immune System—And Your Kids’ Too

Society’s over-indulgence on foods full of sugar, salt and fat may be ruining our immune systems, a new study says.

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Red Meat Possibly Linked to Breast Cancer Study

Women who often indulge their cravings for hamburgers, steaks and other red meat may have a slightly higher risk of

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Exercise Linked to Improved Bladder Cancer Survival

Regular exercise may increase the odds of bladder cancer survival. But smoking and a delay in diagnosis are two factors

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7 Fruits and Veggies a Day? Easy Ways to Sneak Them In

If you thought fitting in five fruits and veggies a day was tough, hold onto your fruit bowl: New research

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Aerobics for the brain? Fitness experts praise mindfulness meditation

Fitness experts call it bicep curls for the brain and aerobics for the mind. Whatever the name, athletes and gym

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15 houseplants to improve indoor air quality

Plants help clean indoor air, which is typically far more polluted than outdoor  air. Find out what common toxins these

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Solvents May Raise Breast Cancer Risk For Some, Study Finds

Women who already have an above-average risk of breast cancer and who work with organic solvents, such as factory and

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Lifestyle changes improve biomarkers for breast cancer recurrence, mortality

A pair of Yale Cancer Center interventional studies involving breast cancer survivors found that lifestyle changes in the form of

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BMI linked to breast cancer risk after menopause

The analysis of U.S. women contradicts past research suggesting that having an apple shape with a large midriff measurement, regardless

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The Toxic Brew in Our Yards

IN much of the country, it’s time to go outside, clean up the ravages of winter and start planting. Many

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