We’ve long heard the concerns over drinking during pregnancy. Now comes news that drinking early in life…before a first pregnancy…can impact your chances of getting breast cancer.Researchers analyzed health data from nearly 91-thousand nurses between the ages of 25 and 44. They looked at medical history, number of children, and lifestyle habits…including history of alcohol consumption during 4 specific age periods.1-thousand-609 cases of breast cancer and 9-hundred-70 cases of benign breast disease were diagnosed during the study.Drinking alcohol between the first menstrual period and first pregnancy was associated with risk of both breast cancer and benign breast disease
Men, Women and Chest Pain
How gender may affect heart attack symptoms from chest pain to shortness of breath.
Fast Food and Childhood Obesity
Don't blame fast food alone for rising rates of childhood obesity. Study finds it's a small part of a much bigger problem.