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A new study from the University of Glasgow has discovered that women between the ages of 40-69 who eat three pieces of bacon a week have a higher chance of developing breast cancer. The study analysed the results from 273,466 British women to make the link, stating that eating nine grams of processed meat a […]
The effect of soy on health has been a hotly debated topic for some time. However, a new study has claimed that a compound found in soy could help prevent the development of breast cancer. Researchers from the University of Arizona analyzed whether a property found in soy products could affect breast cancer development. Ultimately, […]