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A study in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests a more aggressive response to prostate cancer could save lives.
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4 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Proponents of the low-carb Paleo, ketogenic, and Atkins diets slammed the new study blaming high-protein diets for causing cancer and early mortality as grossly misleading.
7 hrs ago | Temple City Tribune
The Shumei Arts Council will present the 2014 Clyde Montgomery Concert on April 6, from 1:30 pm at Shumei Hall ,2430 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena.
11 hrs ago | KFVS12
Read to your baby, sing and play games. But don't waste money on programs that claim to teach infants to read, a new study suggests.
15 hrs ago | Easley Progress
The National Science Foundation has awarded Clemson University a $5.3 million grant to enable a national network of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators to broaden the impact of advanced computing resources at campuses across the country.
People are still passing down stories through oral tradition , mailing letters, writing on walls, leaving love letters on purpose , mailing letters, sending emails, texting on the go, and still reading magazines, newspapers, and journals - while also consuming a huge amount of information through the daily use of various websites.
A new study in twins is offering clues to the power of genetics in charting the course of the brain-robbing disease Alzheimer's.
A high-protein diet like the meat-heavy Paleo diet is linked to cancer and early death among middle-aged people, according to a study published March 4 in the medical journal Cell Metabolism .
The Paleo diet may want to go back in the cave. Following a high protein low carb diet in middle age makes you four times as likely to die of cancer as those on low-protein diets , based on new research reported by Scientific American on March 4 .
A new study linking animal protein-rich diets to increased mortality in middle age adds fuel to the controversy over how much protein and from what sources is ideal for health.
People who eat diets high in protein could die earlier, according to a study by researchers at the University of Southern California, the Washington Post says .
Now two studies find that diets high in meat and cheese, when eaten in middle age, might shorten people's life spans.
A high-protein diet could be as dangerous as smoking 20 cigarettes a day, a new study has found.
For people aged 50 to 65, a high-protein diet increased the risk of cancer four-fold, comparable to the risk associated with smoking People who eat a high-protein diet during middle age are more likely to die of cancer than those who eat less protein, a new study finds.
Too much meat and cheese may be a recipe for disaster, according to a new study that links the consumption of animal-based protein to an increased risk of early death for people in their 50s and early 60s.
Are you middle-aged and partial to cheeseburgers? If so, you may be concerned by a study suggesting you have a much greater risk of dying from cancer than your peers who favour a less protein-rich diet.
A high intake of animal protein from foods like meat and cheese is associated with a fourfold increase in the risk of cancer death.