Major Medical Groups Increasingly Warning Of Toxic Chemical Risks To Unborn Babies
During her five-and-a-half-year battle with infertility, Julieta Pisani McCarthy bought organic foods and chose personal care products free of synthetic ingredients such as parabens and phthalates. And when she finally did become pregnant with her first son, Nicolas, she continued her diligence, including ridding her home of any furniture foam that might contain chemical flame retardants. McCarthy worried that environmental chemicals could have contributed to her difficulty conceiving. Once pregnant, she worried that toxins could harm her child's healthy development. Such fears are shared by many Americans. More than 80 percent of those polled in 2009 were concerned about the lack of safety testing for chemicals on the market in the U.S. Yet McCarthy didn't find her doctors forthcoming when she posed questions about pollutants, such as PCBs and pesticides, which have been found in nearly all samples of breast milk and cord blood, per studies from the University of California, Berkeley; the nonprofit Environmental Working Group; researchers in Quebec and others. "When I asked my doctors — from my regular OB/GYN to top-notch research center reproductive endocrinologists — they were all very hesitant to give me any answers," McCarthy, 40, of Berkeley, California, told The Huffington Post as she prepared a party for Nicolas' sixth birthday in early October. A...
Publication date: Available online 13 August 2018Source: Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsAuthor(s): Jason E. Payne, Melanie T. Turk, Melissa A. Kalarchian, Christine A. PellegriniAbstractUnderstanding how adherence to dietary self-monitoring with apps has been defined is a first step toward examining the relationship between adherence and weight loss. The purpose of this review was to explore how adherence to dietary self-monitoring has been defined in the empirical literature that addresses weight loss app use by overweight and obese adults. The integrative review method and the preferred reporting items ...
After months hospital compromises and months of legal battles, a court finally ordered that a 14-year-old Cleveland, Ohio girl needed chemo despite her parents wishes - but she died before getting it.
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Sarah Brookes, 41, a mother of two from Bradford, West Yorkshire, would like commercial sunbeds to be banned outright.
Publication date: August 2018Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Reviews on Cancer, Volume 1870, Issue 1Author(s): Chi Van Dang
Publication date: August 2018Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Reviews on Cancer, Volume 1870, Issue 1Author(s):
The steep increase in thyroid cancer diagnosis has not been mirrored by increasing mortality rates and is likely due to widespread overdiagnosis of small neoplasms.
The presence of HER3 expression and a high HER2/CEP17 ratio distinguish a group of invasive HER2-positive ductal breast cancer patients who have a worse prognosis.
ConclusionsOur results suggest that Ad-DKK3 regulates the expression of MDR1 via Akt/NF κB pathways and that it augments the anti-tumor effects of TMZ in GBM cells.
ConclusionsHSRT after surgical resection for brain metastasis is well tolerated and has improved local control with BED10 ≥ 48 (30 Gy/5 fx and 27 Gy/3 fx). Additional study is warranted.
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