HealthDay – SUNDAY, Nov. 16 (HealthDay News) — Women may have a harder time
prepping for colonoscopy than men, a new study suggests.
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HealthDay – SUNDAY, Nov. 16 (HealthDay News) — Coming on the heels of two
studies discounting the usefulness of vitamin B, folic acid, vitamin D and
calcium supplements for cancer prevention, U.S. researchers report that
vitamins C and E supplements won't help prevent cancer, either.
AP – As a portly woman plodded ahead of him on the sidewalk, the obese mayor of America’s fattest and unhealthiest city explained why health is not a big local issue.
A high-fat diet in pregnancy may cause changes in the foetal brain that cause over-eating and obesity, research suggests.
The health of older people varies widely across Europe, even in those with longer life expectancies, a report claims.
AP – A powerful earthquake struck waters off eastern Indonesia early Monday, briefly generating tsunami warnings for coastlines within 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) of the epicenter.
Men who took vitamin C or E supplements were no more or less likely to develop cancer than those given a placebo, indicating the antioxidants don’t prevent the disease, researchers said.