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#Cheese may increase breast cancer risk, while yogurt could lower it#
A new study suggests cheese increases breast cancer risk, while yogurt may reduce it. Researchers at the Department of Cancer Prevention and Control at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY, found that high intake of cheddar and cream cheeses may increase breast cancer risk in women, but high consumption of yogurt may reduce risk of the disease.

Since both are dairy products, the findings suggest a dairy process may cause or prevent cancer.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/cheese-may-increase-breast-cancer-risk-yogurt-lower/
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#Exercise is best lifestyle change to reduce risk of breast cancer recurrence#
“Of all lifestyle factors, physical activity has the most robust effect on breast cancer outcomes. Weight gain of more than 10 percent body weight after a breast cancer diagnosis increases breast cancer mortality and all-cause mortality. However, there are good reasons to discourage even moderate weight gain because of its negative effects on mood and body image,” the researchers say.
https://carehomestoday.co.uk/exercise-best-lifestyle-change-reduce-risk-breast-cancer-recurrence/
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#Excessive drinking may raise risk of heart disease by causing arterial stiffness#
We all know the negative health effects of excessive drinking. Now, a new study suggests heavy alcohol consumption may raise risk of cardiovascular disease in men by causing their arteries to stiffen.

Past studies have shown that alcohol intake may increase HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) levels or decrease platelet stickiness.

“Conversely, heavier alcohol intake may activate certain enzymes that would lead to collagen accumulation, which could, in turn, exacerbate the rate of arterial stiffening,” says lead researcher Darragh O’Neill, epidemiological researcher at the University College London.

https://carehomestoday.co.uk/excessive-drinking-may-raise-risk-heart-disease-causing-arterial-stiffness/
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#Study: Gluten-free diet can be harmful to health#
Gluten-free diet may raise risk of exposure to arsenic and mercury, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in the U.S.

Although gluten sensitivity continues to gain medical credibility, not much is known about its workings. Researchers do not know how much gluten can be tolerated, if it’s reversible or not, or what the consequences might be for not adhering to a gluten-free diet.

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, as well as the byproducts of these grains.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/study-gluten-free-diet-can-harmful-health/
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#Insomnia triples the risk of asthma in adults#
Sleepless nights may cause asthma in adults, more than trebling the risk among those with chronic insomnia, according to a Norwegian study.
In a longitudinal, population-based study with over 11 years of follow-up, researchers found that adults with chronic symptoms of insomnia were more than three times as likely to receive a new diagnosis of asthma compared with those without sleep issues.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/insomnia-triples-risk-asthma-adults/

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#Progression of Multiple Sclerosis may be stopped by resetting immune system#
A small clinical trial conducted by researchers in Colorado, USA showed that more than two thirds of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis went in remission for 5 years after being treated with a combo of high-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/progression-multiple-sclerosis-may-stopped-resetting-immune-system/
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#Alzheimer’s triggered by low glucose level in brain: study#
Sugar is essential for our brain, because it runs on sugar. Now, a new research has linked glucose deprivation in the brain with cognitive impairment typical of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/alzheimers-triggered-low-glucose-level-brain-study/
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Air pollution responsible for a fifth of dementia cases
Previously known association between air pollution and cognitive decline has been fortified by a new research at the University of Southern California (USC). Scientists say, invisible particles in the air we breathe may actually be responsible for a fifth of global dementia cases. Read on...
https://carehomestoday.co.uk/air-pollution-responsible-fifth-dementia-cases/
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Vitamin A deficiency in fetus may lead to Alzheimer’s in later life
Alzheimer’s disease may begin in the womb if the mother lacks vitamin A, suggests new research. The research explains if the fetus doesn’t get enough vitamin A, biological responses that cause Alzheimer’s may start in the womb or just after birth.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/vitamin-deficiency-fetus-may-lead-alzheimers-later-life/
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#Study: Stem cell secretions may protect against glaucoma#
Currently, there’s no cure for glaucoma – a group of disorders that can cause vision impairment. The disease damages the optic nerve and may ultimately cause a person to go blind. There are treatments available which can delay the disease.
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https://carehomestoday.co.uk/study-stem-cell-secretions-may-protect-glaucoma/
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