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Alzheimer's Aunt?
Saturday, September 1st, 2012 by MissBert
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This is the part of my blog where I lie to you. Not because I want to, but because I have to protect this person's identity and not that I want to do that either--I'm all about the brutal honesty. I'm going to call her my aunt so by process of elimination you know she is not my a... Read more
Broccoli (Isothiocyanates) May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Monday, August 27th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new laboratory study suggests that isothiocyanates in broccoli, and other cruciferous vegetables, may significantly decrease breast cancer risk. BROCCOLI ISOTHIOCYANATES MAY REDUCE BREAST CANCER RISK As I discuss in my bestselling book,A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human Ra... Read more
Obesity Linked to Deadly Form of Esophagus and Upper Stomach Cancer
Monday, August 20th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A large new study reveals that obesity around the stomach area sharply increases the risk of cancer of the esophagus and upper stomach. OBESITY LINKED TO DEADLY FORM OF ESOPHAGUS AND UPPER STOMACH CANCER As I discuss in my bestselling book,A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human ... Read more
"I'd rather have Alzheimer's than cancer" Really?
Friday, August 17th, 2012 by MissBert
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A couple of my friends were over the other day and because we are morbid we were talking about ways to die. And one of them said, "I'd rather have Alzheimer's than cancer. At least I wouldn't know I had it." And that makes me crazy. People say that all the time. There's that old ... Read more
Foods that Decrease and Increase Breast Cancer Risk
Monday, August 13th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new study finds that breast cancer risk is significantly affected by specific foods. FOODS THAT DECREASE AND INCREASE BREAST CANCER RISK As I discuss in my bestselling book,A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human Race, breast cancer is associated with more modifiable risk facto... Read more
Depression After Childhood Abuse May Be Linked To A Specific Gene
Monday, August 6th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new study suggests that a variant of a recently discovered gene may double the risk of lifelong depression after childhood abuse. CHRONIC DEPRESSION AFTER CHILDHOOD ABUSE MAY BE LINKED TO A NEW GENE The age-old debate about nature versus nurture has become increasingly complica... Read more
Depression After Childhood Abuse May Be Linked To A Specific Gene
Monday, August 6th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new study suggests that a variant of a recently discovered gene may double the risk of lifelong depression after childhood abuse. CHRONIC DEPRESSION AFTER CHILDHOOD ABUSE MAY BE LINKED TO A NEW GENE The age-old debate about nature versus nurture has become increasingly complica... Read more
Soy Foods, Pumpkin Seeds and Sunflower Seeds Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Monday, July 30th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A newstudy links the consumption of soy foods, pumpkins seeds, and sunflower seeds with a decreased risk of breast cancer. SOY FOODS, PUMPKIN SEEDS AND SUNFLOWER SEEDS REDUCE BREAST CANCER RISK As I discuss in my bestselling book,A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human Race, phyt... Read more
Watchful Waiting (Observation) Versus Surgery for Prostate Cancer
Monday, July 23rd, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new landmark study suggests that some patients with early-stage prostate cancer can be safely observed rather than undergoing radical surgery. WATCHFUL WAITING OBSERVATION VERSUS SURGERY FOR PROSTATE CANCER In the United States, prostate cancer is the most common type of non-sk... Read more
Watchful Waiting (Observation) Versus Surgery for Prostate Cancer
Monday, July 23rd, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new landmark study suggests that some patients with early-stage prostate cancer can be safely observed rather than undergoing radical surgery. WATCHFUL WAITING OBSERVATION VERSUS SURGERY FOR PROSTATE CANCER In the United States, prostate cancer is the most common type of non-sk... Read more
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