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medical breast thermography and breast cancer awareness.

Prominent Breast Cancer Surgeon Goes Holistic, Opens New Clinic!

Dr Robinson-Asiso doesn’t treat diabetes, thyroid issues, high blood pressure or cardiac issues, instead, she focuses on breast cancer patients- the whole patient. Using nutrition programs, ultrasounds, MRIs, thermograms, and genetic screening (and prescription meds, when needed) this Dr is also working on her PhD in Natural Health and Holistic Nutrition. Her new office has partnered with several

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Doctors Say Thermography Detects Breast Cancer Sooner

New technology is making it possible to detect breast cancer earlier than before. On average, by the time doctors can detect a breast tumor, it’s been growing for at least eight years. Some doctors are now using an alternative to mammography. Clinician Marilyn MacClellan, a certified clinical thermographer with Image of Health Breast Thermography says thermography can detect cancer cells at least a year

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Breast Thermography and Early Breast Cancer Detection

Thermal imaging is mostly used in the military to track down enemies, but now the same technology is being used to help women monitor their breast health. Breast thermography is becoming another tool to help women stay healthy. There isn’t just one clear-cut way to maintain breast health. Self-exams and mammograms are two ways to

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Infrared Thermography, A Support Tool For Orthopedic Diagnosis

A research group of Thermography Unit from the Faculty of Sciences for Physical Activity and Sport (INEF) at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in collaboration with Clínica CEMTRO has carried out a study to establish the capacity of infrared thermography (IRT) to discriminate injuries and to evaluate its applicability in emergency trauma scenarios. Results show

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Thyroid Disease and Breast Cancer: Is There a Link?

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in the United States, and thyroid disease affect millions of American women. Many breast cancers are sensitive to hormones like estrogen, and according to researchers, thyroid hormone has estrogen-like effects at high levels. So, for years, scientists have wondered whether having too much thyroid hormone

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Breast Cancer: Teen Fruit Consumption Linked to Lower Risk

In the analyses by fruit and vegetable type, “higher intake of fruits and vegetables rich in α carotene during early adulthood was specifically associated with lower risk,” the authors write. “The associations with breast cancer differed significantly among individual fruits and vegetables: greater consumption of apple, banana, and grapes during adolescence, as well as oranges

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Yoga Helps Increase Natural Killer Cell Counts Of Cancer

Yoga helps in decreasing anxiety, depression, fatigue and helps increase the natural killer cell counts of cancer patients, a study has found. Minister of State for AYUSH Shripad Yesso Naik in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha said the Central Council of Research in Yoga and Naturopathy (CCRYN) has conducted two research projects in

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Eating Fruit as Teen Lowers Breast Cancer Risk

Teenage girls who consume large amounts of fruit may lower their future risk for breast cancer, a new study suggests. Conversely, women who drink more alcohol over time might increase their breast cancer risk, although they could also lower their chances of heart disease, a second report found. In the fruit study, consumption of apples,

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