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Plant-based foods may reduce prostate cancer progression, study says

Men with prostate cancer who reported diets with the highest amounts of plants had a lower risk of disease progression and recurrence A diet heavy in plant-based foods — fresh fruits and vegetables — can reduce both the progression of prostate cancer and the likelihood that it will return, new research shows. Eating fruits and vegetables has…
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Is sleep deprivation a risk factor for cancer?

International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified “shift-work that involves circadian disruption” as potentially “carcinogenic to humans (Group 2A)” in 2007 and again in 2019 Sleep, which is quintessential for the healthy functioning of our mind and body, has a direct impact on our response to various chronic illnesses, including diabetes, heart ailments,…
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Type 1 diabetes complications may be improved by short, frequent activity breaks

In a review article published in the Canadian Journal of Diabetes, scientists have discussed the application and significance of decreasing sedentary behavior at frequent intervals in managing type 1 diabetes. Background Sedentary behavior refers to any waking behavior characterized by a low level of energy expenditure. The prevalence of sedentary behavior is increasing globally. For example, in…
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Coronary artery diseases: Lifestyle changes to prevent early heart attacks

Lifestyle changes constitute the main stay of preventing early heart attacks. To prevent heart attacks, especially in the early age group (40 years), here are the preventive strategies that experts recommend According to health experts, the usual risk factors for heart attack are high blood pressure, uncontrolled diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, smoking, drug abuse and lack of physical activity. These are…
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Alternatives to Insulin for Type 2 Diabetes

The medications, lifestyle measures, and other treatments that can prevent or delay the need for insulin. Over 37 million people in the United States have a form of diabetes; 90% to 95% of these people have type 2 diabetes. People older than 45 are more commonly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. But it’s becoming more common among…
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