Hormonal contraception may increase the risk of cancer

A recent UK study found that the use of all hormonal contraceptives is marginally related with an increased risk of breast cancer. A recent study found that the use of all hormonal contraceptives is lightly increased risk of breast cancer. Regardless of the method of delivery, the team discovered a relative increase in breast cancer […]

Psoriasis medication Otezla may aid fat loss in people with psoriatic arthritis

Otezla (apremilast) is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating plaque psoriasis. In a recent study, scientists say they found the drug may also help people with psoriasis reduce body fat, potentially improving their cardiovascular health. Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania measured changes in 70 […]

Breast implants can lead to breast cancer, according to FDA new study

Breast implants have been linked to more forms of cancer, according to a warning issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Friday. The FDA has previously warned women of breast implants’ association with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), however, these reports suggest implants may be linked to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and various lymphomas […]

A method created in mice may help with the identification of cancer in thick breasts.

The results were published in American Journal of Pathology. Researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center improved breast tissue change detection, including early cancer symptoms, by using a two-pronged strategy to assessing breast density in mice. As density may be connected to specific patterns of mammary gland growth, including symptoms of cancer development, the researchers […]

First targeted therapy for HER2-Low breast cancer receives FDA approval

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved targeted therapy for a newly defined subset of breast cancer. The drug trastuzumab-deruxtecan, also known by the brand name Enhertu, will now be available for people included in the HER2-low breast cancer subtype. HER2 is a protein known as “human epidermal growth factor receptor 2.” It promotes the growth […]

Understanding breast lesions

Most women eventually have noncancerous breast diseases, according to the American Cancer Society. An region of aberrant breast tissue is referred to as a breast lesion. At least 20 percent of women are thought to be at risk for developing breast lesions. It makes sense to be worried if a doctor finds a breast lesion. […]

Understanding Breast pain following COVID-19 vaccination

After receiving a vaccination, some people experienced breast soreness. Additionally, mammography screenings started to show changes in the size and shape of the lymph nodes in the armpit (axillary area). Although it may feel that the COVID-19 pandemic’s last several years have dragged on, infection and vaccine are still relatively new concepts, and fresh information […]

Working shifts may impair women’s health by delaying the start of Menopause

In study results published in the article “The association between shift work exposure and the variations in age at natural menopause among adult Canadian workers: results from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA).” Over the past few years, shift work has become more prevalent throughout the world, with an estimated 20 percent of people […]

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