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Nine out of ten women have benign, non-cancerous breast conditions. And all women have questions about breast health, from breast-feeding to hormone replacement therapy. Read more about these and many more women’s wellness topics.

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Women are affected by multiple sclerosis 50% more often than men. This disease of the central nervous system often affects young adults. Read about symptoms and advances in treatments.

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Nutrition For Breast Cancer

img healthy livingMaintaining a well-balanced diet during breast cancer treatment can help patients better cope with side effects, regain strength, and rebuild tissues damaged by cancer. However, some patients may find it difficult to eat well during treatment due to certain side effects (such as nausea or diarrhea) or the emotional burden a diagnosis of breast cancer can bring.

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