June 27, 2011
Lifestyle Changes Might Alter Breast Cancer
Lifestyle changes such as
losing weight, drinking less alcohol and getting more exercise
could lead to a substantial reduction in breast cancer cases across
an entire population, according to a new model that estimates the
impact of these modifiable risk factors.
Does Ovulation Boost a Woman's 'Gaydar'?
Uncovering some science
behind the type of intuition known as "gaydar," a team of American
and Canadian researchers reports that a woman can tell whether a
man is straight or gay by looking at his face when she is
Diabetes on Upswing Worldwide
The last quarter century
has seen a such an explosion in the incidence of diabetes that
nearly 350 million people worldwide now struggle with the disease,
a new British-American study reveals.
New Crib Safety Rules to Take Effect
New mandatory safety
standards for cribs in the United States that take effect Tuesday
"are an important step in ensuring a safe environment for infants
as they sleep," according to a statement from the National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development.