A new study has identified two genes that make women with breast cancer more susceptible to die from the devastating disease.
A new meta-analysis suggests that even high-fat Mediterranean diets reduce the risk of heart problems, stroke, diabetes, cancer, and other health problems.
A honey harvested from the rainforest – known as Tualang Honey – has been shown to treat breast cancer, prevent cardiovascular disease, and more.
A new report found that women who had survived breast cancer and exercised regularly reported fewer memory problems than those who didn’t exercise.
New drug trials have shown that new drugs may work to give women with advanced breast cancer a chance at survival and a life after treatment.
The results of a massive new study suggest that teen girls who consume plenty of fruits and veggies significantly cut their risk of future breast cancer.
Fish oil components–the fatty acids docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)–may be useful in reducing liver and breast cancer risks.
Finding a universal blood test to detect the 5 deadliest cancers is in the works using gene expression.
3 major companies announced they will remove BPA from their canned products following a report showing the number of food products containing the chemical.
Authors of a newly released study show a direct correlation between vitamin D deficiency and the spreading of breast cancer cells. Time to get some sun!
Breast cancer patient Zahara Heckscher was arrested for ‘disrupting’ negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal that would hurt many cancer patients.
Prescription drug use among American adults has more than doubled, especially medications to treat diabetes, heart disease and other obesity-related drugs.
Reports have been circulating of a compound known as Gc-protein derived macrophage activating factor, or GcMAF, and its remarkable effects on cancer.
It seems that Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a bit less about preventing and truly treating breast cancer than it is about making money.
The notoriously-healthy Mediterranean diet – with a heaping helping of olive oil – has been associated with a decreased risk of breast cancer in a new study.
A new study shows that the practice of breast irradiation (mammograms) in an attempt to protect against breast cancer is harmful and should be abandoned.
Scientists found that a significant number of breast cancer cells in women with breast cancer showed evidence of exposure to bovine leukemia virus, or BLV.