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New research suggests that eating broccoli could reverse the damage caused by diabetes to heart blood vessels.
Higher education is good for the mind, and new research by the American Cancer Society says it good for the body as well.
BROCCOLI may combat prostate cancer by altering the activity levels of genes involved in tumour growth, a study has shown. Scientists made the discovery after adding either peas or broccoli to the normal diets of two groups of men for a year.
Broccoli may combat prostate cancer by altering the activity levels of genes involved in tumour growth, a ground-breaking study has shown. Scientists made the discovery after adding either peas or broccoli to the normal diets of two groups of men for a year.
Scientists say that adopting just a couple of elements of the Mediterranean diet could cut the risks of developing cancer by 12%.
A PORTION of broccoli a week can reduce the risk of prostate cancer in men, scientists have found. Nutritionists have discovered a link between eating green vegetables, such as broccoli, sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower, and a reduction in cancer.
Scientists at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center say they are beginning a human cancer trial to test transfusing specific white blood cells. Lead researcher Zheng Cui announced the study at the Understanding Aging conference in Los Angeles. The study, given the go-ahead by the U.S.
RALEIGH, N.C. _ Clinical trials begin this week at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., on a cancer therapy that has completely cured the disease in every mouse tested over the past few years.
Researchers at the OU Cancer Institute have identified a new gene that causes cancer. The ground-breaking research appears Monday in Natureâ€™s cancer journal Oncogene.
Eat your broccoli! That's the advice from UCLA researchers who have found that a chemical in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables may hold a key to restoring the body's immunity, which declines as we age.
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