Studies Say Aspirin Reduces Death Risk after Breast Cancer

Breast-Cancer-RibonA groundbreaking study by U. S. researchers has revealed that breast cancer survivors who are usually on aspirin have less chances of having the cancer return.

The study which involved more than 4,000 nurses, who were on aspirin just to avoid heart disease, had a 50% lesser risk of dying from breast cancer and a 50% lower risk that the cancer would spread.

Exercises Reduces Risk of Developing Gallstones

Gallstones-UltrasoundUK researchers have suggested that indulging in exercise significantly reduces the risk of developing painful gallstones.

Gallstones are common, however, only 30% of cases pose symptoms and complications.

The team, writing in the European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, cites reduced cholesterol levels in the bile as the culprit.

Foods to Keep the Heart Healthy

Foods to Keep the Heart HealthyStudies have stressed that a Mediterranean diet is the best option to keep the heart healthy, and now, the Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource's February issue has managed to present the essential components of this popular diet, in addition to detailing the reasons as to why it is known as the heart-healthy eating routine.

Migraines might trigger heart attack, stroke

Migraines might trigger heart attack, strokeA research published on Wednesday stated that those who had migraines might have a bigger risk of heart attack or stroke as compared to those without the painful headaches.

Researchers after conducting a study on more than 11,000 U. S. adults found that those who had migraine were more likely to state a history of heart attack, a stroke or similar incident.

Scientists Achieves Breakthrough in Bowel Cancer Treatment

Bowel-CancerBritish scientists have reported to identify faults in DNA that can assist doctors to develop therapies for thousands of patients afflicted from bowel cancer. The research is a new step to flag up small groups of genetically similar cancer patients who can benefit from specific treatments.

Flame-Retardant Chemicals Affect Pregnancy

Flame-Retardant Chemicals Affect PregnancyScientists at the University of California, Berkeley, suggest that flame-retardant chemicals in goods such as lounge suites, electronics, fabrics, carpets, and plastics, lead to delays in conception.