Calcium and low fat milk may increase the risk of prostate cancer,
say the authors of a new study into the link between dairy products
and the disease. But as Jess Halliday reports, previous
research suggesting that low fat sources...
Breast cancer survivors who stick to a low fat diet could be 24
percent less likely to suffer a relapse than those eating a
standard diet, according to researchers at the Los Angeles
Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical...
Medical experts are warning that people wanting to boost their
vitamin D should do so by supplementing their diet rather than
putting themselves at risk of skin cancer by increasing exposure to
natural or artificial UV.
Black cohosh, a plant commonly used by breast cancer patients to
alleviate the menopause-like side effects of therapy, may alter the
effects anticancer drugs, suggests a study carried out at Yale
School of Medicine.
Mothers could reduce the chances of their female offspring
developing breast cancer in later life by eating foods rich in
omega-3 while pregnant and nursing, suggests research presented
today at the annual meeting of the American...
Swiss manufacturer Linnea has signed a license agreement to
introduce Hormos Medical Corporation's spruce-derived HMRlignan
ingredient to the worldwide dietary supplements market, reports