There has been a series of confusing studies over estrogen. Many menopausal women went off the drug when increased rates of breast cancer were found. However, recent findings are challenging this conventional wisdom as a "major government study has found that years after using estrogen-only therapy, certain women had a markedly reduced risk of breast cancer and heart attack," according to The New York Times. The key, says Tara Parker-Pope, reporter for The New York Times, is that these women were only on estrogen, and not progestin. She explains the findings and what this means for women.
It may seem like common knowledge that taking vitamins is good for you, but over the last few years several studies have failed to show that vitamin supplements help prevent chronic disease or prolong life. In fact, things like vitamin C, can actually help cancer cells grow. We’ll be joined ...
It can be hard for parents to get their finicky kids to eat healthy foods. Chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse and New York Times"Well" blogger Tara Parker-Pope share tips on how to end food battles and expand menu options for even the pickiest eaters! ...
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