Our integrative doctor, Dr Craige Golding, revealed an astonishing new study that found a strong link between antibiotic use and breast cancer.
Given that breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, and doctors have long prescribed and over-prescribed antibiotics for numerous conditions - from the flu to serious infections - it may shock you to learn that scientists first suggested... ››› more
“Sitting is worse for your health than smoking” was the headline splashed all over the world in the last couple of years.
And now, you know it really IS that bad.
Not only one of the main causes of obesity, sitting for long periods every day is a leading cause of colon cancer.
But then there's the risk of breast cancer that comes from sitting too long as well. And researchers are f... ››› more
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women and affects one in 35 women in South Africa. If a member of your family has had breast cancer, your chances increase.
But besides self-testing, is there anything else you can do to help prevent breast cancer?
Turns out, there are six foods you can eat to help prevent breast cancer, let's take a look…
Help prevent breast cancer b... ››› more
Do you love a wine spritzer at book club? A cocktail on a girl's night out? Or an ice cold beer while you watch the rugby with the boys?
If so, it's important you read this…
Experts say, with every alcoholic drink you have before you have your first child, you increase your breast cancer risk 15%.
It all has to do with what alcohol does to your body and the production of hormones… ... ››› more
While you should sleep between seven and nine hours every night, for women, sleeping a little longer could have significant benefits.
A Finnish study showed women who slept, on average, ten hours a night, had a lower breast cancer risk than those who slept less.
Researchers found it had to do with a hormone your body makes when you sleep. In fact, this hormone literally possesses anticance... ››› more
If you needed motivation to get more beauty sleep, here's one factor that'll probably make you hop into bed on time every night: It lowers your breast cancer risk.
But not just any breast cancer. Getting a few more zzzzs protects you from the most aggressive forms.
What's more, sleeping also lowers your recurring tumour risk if you've already beaten breast cancer before.
So what are yo... ››› more
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