The rate of breast cancer is expanding, and this has much to do with unhealthy lifestyle habits. So how do we bring about breast cancer prevention?
According to a new report bythe American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF), drinking just one glass of wine or other alcoholic drinks a day can increase the risk ...
The researchers believe that eating more fibre-rich foods may lessen breast cancer risk partly by helping to reduce high estrogen levels in the blood.
A diet rich in tomatoes may help protect at-risk postmenopausal women from breast cancer, according to a new research.Breast cancer risk rises in postmenopausal women as their body mass index climbs. The new study found ...
Researchers found that women who consumed a diet as adolescents or young adults associated with chronic inflammation had a higher risk for premenopausal breast cancer.
Curd or yogurt, also known as Dahi, is a superhero in the dairy aisle. It is known to improve our digestion by being a probiotic and strengthens our bones due to the calcium content.
A new study reveals that foodsrich in Omega-3 fatty acids are likely to reduce the risk of breast cancer in women who are obese and in post-menopausal phase.
According to a study eating a lot of of fatty food during teenage years may lead to higher breast density -- a risk factor for breast cancer.
Study associates need for one-size bigger skirt every decade over 40 years with 33% rise in post-menopausal cancer riskWomen who go up a skirt size every 10 years between their mid-20s and mid-60s are at ...
Previous studies have shown that dietary sugar intake has an impact on breast cancer development, with inflammation thought to play a role.