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Breast Cancer

What Are the Benefits of Bulgur Wheat?

Bulgur wheat is a staple of Middle Eastern cuisine, traditionally used to make tabbouleh and pilafs. Its satisfying, chewy texture...

What Causes Breast Calcification?

Breast calcifications are deposits of calcium in the breast tissue. These calcifications usually cannot be felt, but show up on a ...

Common Sites for Breast Cancer

The breasts are hormonally regulated organs made up of a range of tissue types: lobules, which make and secrete milk; ducts, which...

What Is the Effect of Phytoestrogen on Breasts

Phytoestrogens are plant hormones chemically similar to the estrogens found in humans. An example of a phytoestrogen is soy. Phyt...

AC Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

Adriamycin (doxorubicin) and Cytoxan (cyclophosphamide) make up the chemotherapy regimen known as AC. These medications are common...

Anti-Nausea Pressure Point

If you’ve worn an anti-nausea bracelet to fight seasickness or pressed on the underside of your wrist to relieve morning sic...

Information on Calcium Deposits & Breast Cancer

In 2011, breast cancer represents the most common serious cancer of women in the United States, with over 200,000 new cases diagno...

What Causes Teenagers Sagging Breasts?

If you feel like your breasts are begin to droop, don't be alarmed. Sagging of the breasts happens at some stage to most women. Th...

Brazil Nuts for Hair Growth

Growing hair on your body requires a complex process of protein conversion -- and if your body doesn’t have just the right n...

What Are the Treatments for Precancer in the Breast?

Breast cells undergo cycles of proliferation and maturation throughout the menstrual cycle and during pregnancy. These cycles of c...
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