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Blame Diabetes For Low Breast Milk After Pregnancy – Insulin Levels Affect Lactation, But Blood Sugar Can Be Regulated By Breastfeeding, Suggests Research

Diabetes during pregnancy is responsible for lower breast milk production. However, breastfeeding is quite important for diabetic mothers as it can lower the need for artificial insulin intake, suggests a new research. A new research strongly indicates that diabetic women may experience significantly reduced quantity of breast milk post pregnancy. It seems diabetes also hinders the timely lactation of nursing ...

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Breast Cancer: Scientists Successfully Employ Pigeons For Diagnostic Accuracy

Scientists have made impressive strides into diagnosing breast cancer after successfully training pigeons to identify hard-to-spot malignant human breast tissue. Researchers from the University of Iowa trained a group of birds who could tell whether the cells identified from biopsy samples were malignant or benign. Scientists view the procedure as a phenomenal development after having concluded that birds, owing to ...

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Breast Cancer Is For Everyone, But Breast Cancer Survival Is Not: On The Racial Survival Gap In America

Breast Cancer is a disease that effects women and sometimes men from all races and walks of life; however with deeper research, it was discovered that African-American and Hispanic women are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer in the late stages. Recently, more intricate studies have focused on the causes of this reality and came up with some ...

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Breast Cancer Survivors ‘Feel Whole Again’ With The Help Of 3D Nipple Tattoos By Tattoo Artist Vinnie Myers

More than 230,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year alone, many of whom will have to undergo mastectomies in order to rid themselves of the cancer. During a mastectomy, doctors removes the diseased tissue inside the breast, and are often forced to remove the nipples and areolae in the process. Once breast reconstruction surgery is done, many ...

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Joan Lunden Battles Breast Cancer With Paleo-Style Diet, TLC, And ‘Warrior Mode’ [Video]

When Joan Lunden was diagnosed with breast cancer, she vowed to use every weapon that she could find in her battle against the disease. Now, she told Dr. Mehmet Oz on his Oct. 21 talk show, Joan has learned which options work best for her. And they range from a special sugar-free, gluten-free Paleo-style diet designed by her nutritionist to ...

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Face Grown On Breast After Teenager Suffers Horrific Burns

A Chinese teenager with woeful burns has been given a new face after it was grown on her breast. 17-year-old, Xu Jianmei, was heinously disfigured in a fire when she was only five-years-old, and this tragedy left her face scared and blighted, and without an ear, eyelids, or a chin. This week though she underwent a surgery in Fuzhou, a ...

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