It’s rare, but men can get breast cancer too. Here’s how to spot the signs

Last year, 60 men in Canada died of breast cancer. The disease in men is rare, making up less than one per cent of all cancers, but experts like Shawn Chirrey, senior manager, analysis at the Canadian Cancer Society said men shouldn’t ignore the symptoms. “People automatically assume breast cancer is exclusive to women, but men have breast tissues like […]

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Is it brain infection or cancer? A new rapid test could hold the answer

When patients present with neurologic symptoms such as severe headaches or seizures, the symptoms could suggest anything from infection, cancer, or an autoimmune disease of the brain or spinal cord, leaving physicians scrambling to find the cause in a short amount of time. The differences in diagnosis can mean having mere hours to act or being able to take days […]

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3 Emerging K-Beauty Trends on Display at The Selects Pop-up

Korean fashion and beauty have landed in SoHo. A group of 10 emerging Korean designers, known as The Selects, has set up shop in SoHo. The designers — Beyond Closet, SWBD, The Centaur, Wnderkammer, Nohant, Heohwan Simulation, Lie, Bmuette, Kye and Hidden Forest Market — made their initial debut at New York Fashion Week in September. Now, they are selling […]

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Doctors warn: calls for donations to promote ineffective or even dangerous therapies

American doctors are concerned: calls for donations in the network, many people can therapies Fund, which has no scientific Basis. The health, of the credibility of Crowdfunding platforms and the truly needy harm. Individual donations in the network of and for people with serious illness and have been in the last few years, becoming more and more popular. On so-called […]

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Scientists have learned another danger of salt

Scientists at Yale University (USA) found that eating large amounts of salt leads to increased risk of developing multiple sclerosis. The study is published in a press release on MedicalXpress. Experts found that if the concentration of salt in human cells the activation of the Wnt signaling pathway, which leads to disruption of regulatory T-cells that produce cytokines interferon-gamma and […]

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Communication skills benefit from the great outdoors

Conversations are more responsive in natural environments such as parks and gardens than indoors, finds new research by the University of Manchester and Cardiff University. The researchers recorded conversations between three- and four-year-old children and their parents while they explored a city park and the park’s indoor education centre and found that the conversations in the park were more responsive […]

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