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Effective weight management can enhance cancer treatment, improve patient outcomes, and reduce incidence of recurrence and mortality. As with encouraging smoking cessation, oncologists should talk to patients about achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.
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This fact sheet reviews types of alcoholic drinks, the evidence linking alcohol consumption to cancer, the effects of alcohol when combined with tobacco, and notes possible beneficial effects of alcohol.
The findings of two recent studies illuminate the cancer-fighting properties of resveratrol, a phytochemical found in red wine.
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The emissions from electronic-cigarettes have distinct properties from those produced by combustion processes and may cause or worsen acute respiratory diseases, according to a report.
Baseline e-cigarette use does not significantly predict quitting smoking one year later or reduce cigarette consumption after one year, according to a study.
A potent, liquid form of nicotine poses a serious and potentially deadly threat, but is sold legally in stores across the United States and online.
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For critical care nurses, male gender and working 12-hour shifts were linked to decision regret.
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In estrogen receptor (ER)+ breast cancer, obesity is positively associated with breast cancer mortality only among pre-/peri-menopausal women, according to new research.
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Breast cancer patients receiving radiotherapy showed decreased fatigue as a result of cognitive behavioral therapy plus hypnosis, according to a new study.
For women with breast cancer, incorporating yoga into radiotherapy is associated with a lasting improvement in quality of life.
Improvements in fatigue, IL-6, TNF-a, and IL-1B seen in a clinical trial that measured the effects of yoga practice in women survivors of breast cancer.
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