Breast Cancer

Saline or Silicone Implants: Health and Beauty

Saline or Silicone Implants:  Health and Beauty

Silicone Implant

One of the most important decisions women face in breast augmentation surgery is the question of whether to get silicone or saline implants. Although silicone implants were accused of many things, including causing breast cancer, the truth of the matter is that most of the allegations were unfounded, and in September 2005, the FDA re-approved silicone breast implants for use in breast enhancement surgery.

In the wake of all the bad press, major manufacturers are now trying to lure women back to considering silicone breast implants, but the question remains: which implant is better?

Cancer Research in the Garage may be the Cure for the Future

Cancer Research in the Garage may be the Cure for the Future

John Kanzius - see video below

[Best Syndication] A Florida man has been said to have invented a machine that could cure cancer. Reports from WPBF, a West Palm Beach NBC TV station reported on this after the American Cancer Society website reported on the potentially new alternative to chemotherapy treatment.

The researcher is not a medically trained individual and was a former broadcast exective from Pennsylvania. John Kanzius is 63 years old and thought he could use his knowledge of physics and radio to treat cancer, which he also is suffering from. Kanzius worked on his invention in his garage in Sanibel Island, Florida.

Kanzius described how his invention works by using gold or carbon nanoparticles that are injected into the subject. The nanoparticles which are only one-billionth of a meter would attach to the cancer cells. Once the particles are attached to the cancer cells they would enter a machine that would give off radio frequency waves that is supposed to heat and kill the cancer cells but not damaging healthy cells.

Ovarian Cancer Risk reduced with Low-fat diet

Ovarian Cancer Risk reduced with Low-fat diet

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[Best Syndication] New results form the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) Dietary Modification Trial showed that women who ate a low fat diet over the four year period of the study had a 40 percent reduced risk for developing ovarian cancer compared to those that ate a more normal higher fat diet. The benefits were not seen before the four year time period. The results of this study were published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in the online October 9th edition.

Ovarian cancer affects approximately 1 in 60 women in the United States during their lifetimes. The sad part is that it has the highest mortality rates for all of the different female reproductive system cancers.

Breasts - Ten Facts You May Not Know About

Breasts - Ten Facts You May Not Know About

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Breasts, breasts, breasts! The men in our culture seem obsessed with them. But so do women. From stuffing a first training bra to the worries of post-breastfeeding sagging, we give a lot of time and attention to breasts. And yet, how much do we know about them? Read on for the ten things you may never have heard about breasts.

1. In the near future, breasts may able to be grown from tummy fat

The folks at Cytori Therapeutics, Inc, claim that they have developed a way to inject fat from your stomach or derriere and into your chest and cause regenerative growth, particularly in mastectomy patients. It sounds like science fiction, but apparently the procedure uses adipose-derived regenerative cells (think, fatty stem cells) that will actually continue to grow after implantation. So far, the procedure has not been approved in the US, but it's on its way in Europe, and gosh, who wouldn't want to take the undesirable tummy fat and turn it into a little boost in her cleavage?

The Benefits of Breast Implants

The Benefits of Breast Implants

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Take a look at three primary benefits of breast implants that target many different groups of women. These reasons are 1) makes an unflattering area flattering again, 2) allows us to shape our body in the way that we visualize, and 3) gives breast cancer survivors a chance to reclaim a piece of themselves.

Breast implants are very common today among people of all ages and backgrounds, and it is easy to see why. Breast implants have many benefits that make getting the surgery a simple choice. If you have not realized these benefits yet, take a look at the list below to see if these benefits are ones that appeal to you.

Makes an Unflattering Area Flattering Again

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