Posted on December 14, 2009 December 14, 2009
sed to see this story on our recently updated expert report in yesterday’s PARADE Magazine.
Dr. Ranit Mishori‘s Stay Healthy column reminds readers that the recent controversy over mammograms should not distract women from the convincing evidence that diet, weight and physical activity make a big difference in lowering risk.
Includes a nice quote from AICR Director of Research
Susan Higginbotham, PhD, RD.
A great way to start the week!
Posted on December 11, 2009 December 14, 2009
This week’s s
tudy of soy consumption and breast cancer survivors in China has gotten some attention.
Over on the AICR website,
we bottom-line the study results, and provide some evidence-based, practical advice for women who have had, or who are high risk for, breast cancer.
Soy is one of several much-studied foods featured on the section of the AICR website. Foods That Fight Cancer?
Posted on December 10, 2009 December 10, 2009
This time of year can get crazy, and many of us get through it by telling ourselves that we’ll start taking better care of our health — AFTER the holidays are over.
“I’ll run a marathon!” “I’ll head to the gym every morning!” “I’ll bike to work!”
All laudable goals, to be sure. But one speaker at
our Research Conference argued that such sudden, sweeping changes are tough to make permanent, and only set us up for failure.
wrote about him, and his preferred approach to getting more activity, lowering weight — and lowering cancer risk — in this month’s . AICR eNews