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We all know that exercise is great for us. It boosts our mood, increases muscle mass, builds our cardiorespiratory fitness, and the list goes on. But what about as a cancer treatment? Published in Exercise and Disease: Prevention Through Training, Radak and his colleagues found that while there is accumulating evidence indicating that environmental factors like lifestyle … Read More

In 2016, a 32-year long study performed on more than 130,000 US health professionals found a link between aspirin use and cancer risk. The study claims that regular, long-term use of aspirin lowers the risk of developing cancer, particularly colorectal cancer. The researchers in the study took data from two previous large cohort studies in … Read More

Cholesterol is a thick, fat-like substance that naturally appears all around your body. It is necessary for daily bodily functions such as the digestion of fat and the production of Vitamin D and various hormones. However, if there is too much cholesterol in your bloodstream, it may clog and cause a buildup, called plaque, in your blood … Read More

According to the Huffington Post, Americans drink over 400 million cups of coffee per day. Yup, that’s 400,000,000 per day! About 320 million people live in the United States currently, so that means everybody is drinking at least one cup of coffee every day. But some people –hard working medical professionals, frantic writers on a deadline, and … Read More

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