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Thermography Helps Diagnose Allergic vs Irritant Contact Dermatitis

Thermography is an effective, reliable method to distinguish between allergic contact dermatitis and irritant contact dermatitis, according to the results of a study conducted at the University Hospital Zurich, in Switzerland. Findings from the analysis were published in the journal Allergology International. Thermography is an effective, reliable method to distinguish between allergic contact dermatitis and irritant contact

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The Link Between Stress and Inflammation

Research shows that stress can cause inflammation in the body, leading to a number of chronic health conditions. Find out what to do about it. A plethora of research shows that stress, a physical response to feeling challenged or threatened, induces or worsens medical conditions, including depression, cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and cancer. But the

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Thermography Screenings Can Be Helpful Between Mammograms

The realization was “earth-shattering,” and suddenly she couldn’t see straight. A colorful thermographic image confirmed Westhampton resident Jaimee Roncone’s fears — she had metastatic breast cancer. Shortly before Halloween in 2016, Roncone underwent a double mastectomy surgery with reconstruction. For a while, she thought she was in the clear. But then last December, someone called

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The Safest Estrogen Foods for Reducing Breast Cancer Risk

To discover what surprising foods lower your breast cancer risk, watch this video now. In this interview, Dr. Veronique Desaulniers reveals the truth about soy and breast cancer. And destroys the myths about the safest estrogen foods. You’ll learn the three ways this all-natural food works at reducing breast cancer risk. Also, how eating just

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3 Best Breast Cancer Prevention Tips for Women at Any Age

Did you know that fewer than 15% of all women who develop breast cancer have a family member diagnosed with it? This might seem like a scary statement, but think about it… This means that 85% of all breast cancer cases are caused by factors other than heredity, such as environmental toxins, eating cancer-causing foods, and stress. Read

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Thermal Imaging Monitors Radiotherapy Efficacy

The ability to assess the impact of radiation on malignant tumours during a course of radiotherapy could help improve its effectiveness for individual patients. Based on tumour response, physicians could modify the treatment regimen, dose and radiation field accordingly. Israeli researchers have now demonstrated that thermography may provide a viable radiotherapy monitoring tool for such

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