Moderate exercise reduced death risk even without drugs, but not as much
Study should put claims of health benefits to rest, experts say
More than one in five women with early-stage breast cancer in a new study said they were given too much responsibility for treatment-related decisions - and those patients were more likely to end up regretting the choices they made.Source: Reuters Health
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A simple assessment can predict at birth a baby's likelihood of becoming obese during childhood, scientists said on Wednesday.Source: Reuters Health
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A small new study from Taiwan links a widely banned substance traditionally used in Chinese medicine to an elevated risk for kidney and bladder cancers among professional herbalists.Source: Reuters Health
Although studies of the effects of relaxation techniques on menopause symptoms have yielded mixed results so far, a new report from Sweden comes down in favor of the approach as an alternative to hormone therapy.Source: Reuters Health
Study found older women who got shots showed greater bone loss in hips six months later
Years of hits to the head in football or other contact sports lead to a distinct pattern of brain damage that begins with an athlete having trouble focusing and can eventually progress to aggression and dementia, a study released on Monday says.
Scientists have unpicked the brain processes involved in teenage alcohol abuse and say their findings help explain why some young people have more of a tendency to binge drink.