BloombergDiseases treatable by vaccines aren’t the threat they once were, but diabetes, hypertension, and even having a baby are still dangerous. by. Deena Shanker. @deenashanker More stories by Deena Shanker. Fri May 19 2017 01:00:22 GMT-0700 (PDT).Canada ranks well in global health care access study, but room for improvement ..
Post-colon cancer diet can make a difference
CBS NewsColon cancer patients might improve their chances of survival if they eat nuts along with an overall healthy diet and regular exercise, two new studies report. In a seven-year study, patients successfully treated for stage 3 colon cancer who ate at Reducing Risk After Cancer: Healthy Lifestyle (and Tree Nuts) ..
U.S. news: Eating right and exercising could reduce the risk of colon cancer coming back
News18Colon cancer patients who have a healthy body weight, exercise regularly and eat a diet high in whole grains, fruits and vegetables have a significantly lower risk of cancer recurrence or death, according to a research team led by UC San Francisco …Exercise, healthy diet extend colon cancer survival ..
Nut Consumption Reduced Risk for Colon Cancer Recurrence, Death
Cancer NetworkPatients with stage III colon cancer who consumed at least two servings of nuts per week had significantly reduced risk for recurrence and death, according to the results of a prospective study (abstract #3517) presented at a press conference ahead of Nuts! Good Medicine for Colon Cancer Survivors? ..
Google I/O exclusive: Google to launch Google for Jobs to help Americans find work
USA TODAYMOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google’s mission is to steer people to the information they need in their daily lives. One crucial area the Internet giant says could use some work: Jobs. So Google is launching a new initiative, Google for Jobs, that includes Making AI work for everyone – Google Blog ..
HIV Survival Is Nearly On Par With Healthy Population Thanks To Antiretroviral Drugs
Medical DailyHIV was once considered a death sentence, but now thanks to new innovations in treatment and medications, HIV positive individuals have near-normal life expectancies. This is the conclusion of a recent study from the University of Bristol, which gives Survival of HIV-positive patients starting antiretroviral therapy between 1996 and 2013: a collaborative analysis of … ..
Healthy SC teen dies of heart problems after too much caffeine
WNDU-TVCOLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) A coroner says a healthy 16-year-old South Carolina high school student died from heart problems after drinking too much caffeine. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said Monday that Davis Cripe had no pre-existing heart condition …Teen dies after downing dangerous amount of caffeinated drinks ..
So-Called Healthy Obese ‘Still Face Disease Risks’
The IndependentPeople who are obese but free of other health complications may still be at a higher risk of heart disease and strokes than ‘normal’ weight people, according to a study. The preliminary findings by a team from the University of Birmingham are being “Fit but fat” may be a myth, study says ..
Reducing Risk After Cancer: Healthy Lifestyle (and Tree Nuts)
MedscapePatients with cancer often ask what they can do to help themselves. New data from a long-running trial in patients with early-stage colorectal cancer confirm that following a healthy lifestyle reduces the risk for death from cancer. A companion Nut Consumption Reduced Risk for Colon Cancer Recurrence, Death ..