Navigation Links
Low-Cost Strategies to Maintain Health in Hard Times
Date:1/19/2009

appening," said Dr. Bruce Johnson, director of the Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology at Dana-Farber, noting that smokers who stay off tobacco for at least 10 to 20 years cut lower their chances of developing lung cancer by 50 percent. Though smoking is the cause of 80 percent of all lung cancers, according to the American Cancer Society, it also increases the risk of oral, throat, pancreatic, uterine, bladder and kidney cancers.
  • Mind your Ps and Qs. Obviously you save money by cutting out alcohol consumption, but you may also lower the risk of developing some cancers. For example, Dana-Farber researchers found one drink a day for postmenopausal women may raise their risk for breast cancer.
  • More information

    The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has more about healthy living.



    -- Kevin McKeever



    SOURCE: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, news release, Jan. 12, 2009


    '/>"/>
    Copyright©2009 ScoutNews,LLC.
    All rights reserved  

    Page: 1 2

    Related medicine news :

    1. Important Information, You Cant Afford to Miss ... NBC 10 and Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Invite Local Families To Learn About FREE or Low-cost Health Insurance for Uninsured Kids and Teens up to Age 19
    2. Physical therapists offer low-cost solution to high-cost expenditures for acute low back pain
    3. Sutter Express Care Offers Low-Cost Physicals for Student-Athletes
    4. GreatTrainers.com Announces Low-Cost Television and Internet Exposure for Members
    5. Open Biosystems Launches Decode RNAi Viral Screening Pools for Low-Cost Genome-Scale RNAi Screens
    6. Physical Therapists Offer Low-Cost Solution to High-Cost Expenditures for Spinal Conditions
    7. Low-Cost Health Care Network Launches in Lubbock
    8. Franco e Rizzi Offers Low-Cost Weight Loss Surgery (WLS) With Unique Price Guarantee
    9. Cold Spring Harbor scientists devise novel, low-cost method of sifting genomes high-value regions
    10. WeissComm Group Acquires Strategic Branding Firm ODA and Enters Alliance With Patient-Focused Health Advocacy Strategies to Diversify Business and Expand Offerings
    11. Life Begins at 65: Words of a Cancer Survivor: New Book Offers Empowering Strategies for Rising Above Sickness and Setbacks
    Post Your Comments:
    *Name:
    *Comment:
    *Email:
    Related Image:
    Low-Cost Strategies to Maintain Health in Hard Times
    (Date:3/5/2015)... In honor of National Drug Facts ... drug and alcohol abuse in schools and communities across ... with information on some of the dangers and statistics ... National Institute on Drug Abuse, this annual promotion of ... the illusions that teens and young adults get from ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... 05, 2015 Califia Farms , ... the natural products coffee drinks category[1], today unveils its ... West in Anaheim, Calif. Concentrated Cold Brew (CCB) ... Café, which democratizes the next wave of the coffee-taste ... need to become their own baristas. , Califia ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... York, NY (PRWEB) March 05, 2015 ... orthopedic Surgeon ( http://www.orthopedicsurgeonnyc.com ) has been named by ... the New York Metro area. Dr. Glashow has been ... its authoritative guide to the top specialty care doctors ... , The prestigious Castle Connolly program, which carefully screens ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... Nutrition Leaders, a premier purveyor of health, diet, ... Millennium 500 Creatine to its customers. Available from the ... creatine supplement that has been micronized to more quickly ... overall strength gains in users. , Creatine is a ... source in the body and helps fuel muscle contractions ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... 05, 2015 Wimbledon Health Partners ... vascular, echocardiogram and NCV testing, announced the ... Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Artel will be responsible for ... the WimbledonMED program and the continued growth and support ... working with Wimbledon Health Partners as a consulting physician ...
    Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:A Forever Recovery Issues New Tips for Sobriety for National Drug Facts Week 2Health News:Califia Farms Personalizes At-Home Coffee Experience with the Launch of Concentrated Cold Brew Coffee 2Health News:Califia Farms Personalizes At-Home Coffee Experience with the Launch of Concentrated Cold Brew Coffee 3Health News:Califia Farms Personalizes At-Home Coffee Experience with the Launch of Concentrated Cold Brew Coffee 4Health News:Dr. Jonathan Glashow, NYC Orthopedic Surgeon, Named Top Doctor: New York Metro Area 2Health News:Nutrition Leaders Offers Reformulated Millennium 500 German Grade Creatine 2Health News:Wimbledon Health Partners Appoints Chief Medical Officer to Attain Medicare Market Share 2Health News:Wimbledon Health Partners Appoints Chief Medical Officer to Attain Medicare Market Share 3
    ... in a Queen,s University-led study do not have an influenza ... tested. In addition, key players were not involved in developing ... not good enough just to have a plan, you have ... will work in an emergency," says Dick Zoutman, Queen,s professor ...
    ... , AKRON, Ohio , Feb. 10 ... is launching its first bachelor,s degree programs in its 40-year ... Administration with a Business Management concentration Bachelor of Science ... Information Management Bachelor of Science – Technology Management with ...
    ... or GAD, have abnormalities in the way their brain unconsciously ... School of Medicine study, and the study authors say the ... our understanding of how emotion is regulated in everyday life. ... American Journal of Psychiatry. According to the National ...
    ... ... celiac disease, one of the most common and under-diagnosed autoimmune diseases, it,s symptoms, and how ... a year, one being day-time Emmy Award winner, Elisabeth Hasselbeck of ABC’s “The View”. ... (PRWEB) February 11, 2010 -- ...
    ... removal of tumors, study found , WEDNESDAY, Feb. 10 (HealthDay ... levels of spiritual thinking and feeling in patients, a finding ... and the physical makeup of the mind, researchers say. , ... Neuron , are based on research in patients who had ...
    ... , , PUYALLUP, Wash. , ... IT stimulus and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ... comprehensive digital imaging and data management integration project with ... paying dividends for MINW patients even after the completion ...
    Cached Medicine News:Health News:Akron Institute of Herzing University Launches Its First Bachelor's Degree Programs to Prepare Students for Even Greater Success in Business, Health Care and IT 2Health News:Akron Institute of Herzing University Launches Its First Bachelor's Degree Programs to Prepare Students for Even Greater Success in Business, Health Care and IT 3Health News:People with anxiety disorder less able to regulate response to negative emotions, study shows 2Health News:People with anxiety disorder less able to regulate response to negative emotions, study shows 3Health News:Multi-Award Winning Author Tina Turbin Interviews Special Guest Dr. Peter H.R. Green, M.D. On The Thrive in Balance Radio Show 2Health News:Physical Changes in Brain Linked to Altered Spirituality 2Health News:Medical Imaging Northwest Completes Phase I of Its Healthcare IT Integration to Maintain Patient Care Improvements 2Health News:Medical Imaging Northwest Completes Phase I of Its Healthcare IT Integration to Maintain Patient Care Improvements 3
    (Date:3/5/2015)... SEATTLE und TÜBINGEN, Deutschland, 5. ... Melinda Gates Stiftung und das deutsche biopharmazeutische ... Stiftung 46 Millionen Euro (52 Millionen US-Dollar) ... im Bereich der medizinisch angewandten Messenger-RNA (mRNA). ... neue Ansätze zur Behandlung von Krankheiten und ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... 5, 2015  As the pharmaceutical industry works ... & Compliance professionals are placing a significant emphasis ... issued today by LRN, the leader in Ethics ... majority of respondents expressed that clarity on company ... of E&C training programs (57%), trumping understanding of ...
    (Date:3/5/2015)... , March 5, 2015 Bayer HealthCare announced ... the Conquer Cancer Foundation of the American Society of ... health information technology platform designed to unlock vast quantities ... cancer.  "Bayer is proud to join ... to leverage Big Data to help people whose lives ...
    Breaking Medicine Technology:Bill & Melinda Gates Stiftung investiert in CureVac zur Entwicklung innovativer Impfstoffe 2Bill & Melinda Gates Stiftung investiert in CureVac zur Entwicklung innovativer Impfstoffe 3Bill & Melinda Gates Stiftung investiert in CureVac zur Entwicklung innovativer Impfstoffe 4Pharmaceutical Ethics & Compliance Professionals Place Company Values Front and Center 2Pharmaceutical Ethics & Compliance Professionals Place Company Values Front and Center 3Bayer HealthCare Contributes $1 Million to Support Cancer Care Technology Platform 2Bayer HealthCare Contributes $1 Million to Support Cancer Care Technology Platform 3
    ... Sangart, Inc., a global biopharmaceutical company dedicated to ... perfusion and oxygenation of ischemic (oxygen deprived) tissues ... announced that its investigational biopharmaceutical product, MP4CO, has ... Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in ...
    ... health record (EHR) safety reporting system was announced today ... medical society and professional liability carrier executives in collaboration ... establishes a national system where physicians and other health ... and use of EHRs. Using a ...
    Cached Medicine Technology:Sangart, Inc. Receives U.S. Orphan Drug Designation for use of MP4CO in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease 2Sangart, Inc. Receives U.S. Orphan Drug Designation for use of MP4CO in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease 3New National Electronic Health Record Safety System Launched 2New National Electronic Health Record Safety System Launched 3New National Electronic Health Record Safety System Launched 4New National Electronic Health Record Safety System Launched 5New National Electronic Health Record Safety System Launched 6
    The Mini Vidas is a compact version of the Vidas system with a built-in computer, keyboard and printer. Two independent sections each accept six tests and can process up to 12 samples simultaneously....
    ... ARUP Laboratories is a national reference ... laboratory research and development. ARUP offers an ... unique medical tests in clinical and anatomic ... ARUP Laboratories' clients include more than half ...
    ... is a national reference laboratory and a ... development. ARUP offers an extensive test menu ... in clinical and anatomic pathology. Owned by ... include more than half of the nation's ...
    ... reference laboratory and a worldwide leader in ... an extensive test menu of highly complex ... anatomic pathology. Owned by the University of ... half of the nation's university teaching hospitals ...
    Medicine Products: