A STEM cell therapy offering ‚Äúnatural‚Äù breast enlargement is to be made available to British women for the first time. The treatment could boost cup size while reducing stomach fat. It involves extracting stem cells from spare fat on the stomach or thighs and growing them in a woman‚Äôs breasts. Full Story : Telegraph.co.uk…(Continue reading)
Daily dose of Aspirin may protect women against breast cancer, a landmark study suggests. The study found that those taking Aspirin painkillers had a 12 per cent lower risk of breast cancer during their lifetime than the general population. This research was carried out by the University of British Columbia, the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute and the University of Santiago de Compostela. In US alone nearly 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year.(Continue reading)
A man who was born female has given a birth to a girl. He underwent gender reassignment; had breasts removed; taken male hormones to get facial hair; but has kept female reproductive organs to carry a baby. His name is Thomas Beatie 34, he and his daughter are reported to be doing well in a hospital in Bend, Oregon.
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According to JAMA and Archives Journals, longterm exclusively breastfed children and adults when they were infants have higher scores on IQ tests. Other measures of cognitive development such as thinking, memory and learning also improved compared to those who were fed formula.(Continue reading)
According to the¬† journal Breast Cancer Research by BioMed Central, taking aspirin on a daily basis may lower the risk of a particular type of breast cancer in women. The breast cancers are estrogen receptor-positive (ER+). Estrogen helps the cancer cells grow, so drugs that block the action of estrogen are often used to treat ER+ cancer. In this particular study, aspirin use was linked to a small reduction in estrogen receptor-positive breast cancers.
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