Tag: Breast

Light Drinking Over Time May Raise Breast Cancer Risk. Some studies have linked drinking alcohol to an increased risk for breast cancer, and now new research suggests that even moderate to light alcohol intake may raise a woman’s risk. Drinking at least two glasses of wine or beer a day or two cocktails a day -- was associated with about a 50% increase in risk.

Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, red   Tag: Breast, Cancer
01 Nov 2011

Eating walnuts fights breast cancer. Breast cancer kills about 50,000 women in the United States. But following a healthy lifestyle like eating walnuts often may reduce the risk of developing breast cancer, a study in the journal Nutrition and Cancer suggests. Dietary Walnut Suppressed Mammary Gland Tumorigenesis in the C(3)1 TAg Mouse.

Nuts, walnuts, black, dried   Tag: Breast, Cancer
04 Sep 2011

Coffee may prevent breast cancer among postmenopausal women. Your cup of coffee may do more than get you going in the morning. Previous research suggests that if you drink enough of it, coffee fends off type 2 diabetes, heart disease, asthma, gallstones, Parkinson’s disease and liver cancer. According to a new report, the daily brew may protect some women from breast cancer. Coffee consumption modifies risk of estrogen-receptor negative breast cancer.

Coffee, instant, with sugar, french-flavor, powder   Tag: Breast, Cancer
11 May 2011

Research rejects green tea for breast cancer prevention. Green tea does not protect against breast cancer. A study of data from approximately 54,000 women, published in BioMed Central's open access journal Breast Cancer Research, found no association between drinking green tea and breast cancer risk. Green tea drinking and subsequent risk of breast cancer in a population-based cohort of Japanese women.

Tea, herb, other than chamomile, brewed   Tag: Breast, Cancer
27 Oct 2010

Alcohol May Increase Risk for Breast Cancer Recurrence. Drinking 3 or 4 alcoholic beverages a week might increase the risk for recurrence and death in breast cancer patients; the effect is greatest in postmenopausal and overweight/obese women. Alcohol Consumption and Breast Cancer Recurrence and Survival Among Women With Early-Stage Breast Cancer: The Life After Cancer Epidemiology Study.

Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, all   Tag: Breast
01 Sep 2010

Broccoli component limits breast cancer stem cells, U-M study finds. A compound derived from broccoli could help prevent or treat breast cancer by targeting cancer stem cells -- the small number of cells that fuel a tumor’s growth. Sulforaphane, a dietary component of broccoli/broccoli sprouts, inhibits breast cancer stem cells.

Broccoli, frozen, chopped, unprepared   Tag: Breast
05 May 2010

From ICYou Health Videos - Dr. Ann: Foods for Breast Health. Dr. Ann shares her top five food recommendations for breast health. Beans and Lentils, Broccoli, Cabbage and Cauliflower, Oranges, Carrots and Peppers, and whole soy foods, including Soymilk.


Beans, kidney, all types, mature seeds, raw   Tag: Breast
03 May 2010

Teen Drinking Linked to Benign Breast Disease. Teenage and adolescent girls who regularly consume alcohol may be at greater risk for developing benign breast disease in their 20s than their teetotaling counterparts. Prospective Study of Adolescent Alcohol Consumption and Risk of Benign Breast Disease in Young Women.


Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, all   Tag: Breast
13 Apr 2010

 


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