Archive for Month: September

Modern Science And Traditional Chinese Medicine For Breast Health

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) principles and practices completely mirror the concepts of modern physics. While the theories of quantum science and relativity sprang from the minds of brilliant modern physicists, the theoretical cornerstones of TCM—meridian theory and the Five Element theory, for example—manifested through the inner, intuitive exploration of...

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Breastfeeding For Longer Than 6 Months Can Lower Breast Cancer Mortality Risk

A new study of women 20 years after undergoing surgery for primary breast cancer shows that breastfeeding for longer than 6 months is associated with a better survival rate. Among breast cancer survivors who breastfed for >6 months, both breast cancer mortality and overall mortality risk were less after...

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4 Lifestyle Factors That Decrease Breast Cancer Risk

There are certain lifestyle factors that could decrease your risk for developing the disease. There are a number of uncontrollable factors that can cause breast cancer, according to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Those include age, gender, genes and family history. There are, however, certain lifestyle choices that could decrease...

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