Results of a recent study presented at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting on April 3rd suggest that long-term regular aspirin use can lower the risk of dying from several types of cancer.
Low-Dose Aspirin Reduces Cancer Deaths
CNN—Results of a recent study presented at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting on April 3rd suggest that long-term regular aspirin use can lower the risk of dying from several types of cancer.
NPR—In recent years, there has been an ongoing debate among medical professionals about whether carrying a couple extra pounds—enough to be considered “somewhat” overweight, but not obese—is good or bad for health.
A new study suggests high levels of thyroid hormone in older adults are associated with an increased risk for atherosclerosis—hardening or narrowing of the arteries—a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke.
Health After 50—Brushing your teeth, buttoning your shirt, opening a jar-these are routine daily activities that most people take for granted. But if you have arthritis and it affects your hands, performing these and other basic tasks can be challenging.
Berkeley Wellness—Ever wonder why all the grease in fast food doesn't just soak right through the box and paper packaging used to wrap it? The answer is a creation of the chemical industry called grease-repellant fluorinated compounds, which came into use in the 1940s.
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