Increased endometrial cancer rates found in women with high levels of cadmium

Increased endometrial cancer rates found in women with high levels of cadmium

Through a five-year observational study, researchers found that women with increased levels of cadmium — a metal commonly found in foods such as kidneys, liver and shellfish as well as tobacco — also had an increased risk of endometrial cancer. It’s an observation the researchers hope could lead to new treatments or interventions to prevent the fourth most common cancer in women.
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Oprah swoops in to save Kraft Heinz food sales with a new healthy range of comfort foods

The former television host's investment in Weight Watchers played a key role in turning the weightloss food brand around, and Kraft's lagging salesĀ …
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Diet Hashtags Are Where Healthy Eating And Science Go To Die

I bet you have spotted at least one of these hashtags recently (maybe even today): #cleaneating, #lowcarb, #paleo, #weightloss, #diet, #cheatmeal orĀ …
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