Breast cancer risk reduced by bariatric surgery in patients with high insulin levels

Research finds that women who undergo bariatric surgery have a reduced risk of breast cancer. | Image credit: Visual Generation – stock.adobe.com According to a prospective clinical trial published in JAMA Surgeryobese patients identified as female had a reduced risk of breast cancer after bariatric surgery, it is mainly found in women with hyperinsulinemia.1 Obesity…

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Does colorectal cancer only affect older adults? Is colorectal cancer always fatal?

Story continues below Colorectal cancer begins in the colon or rectum and arises from abnormal growths called polyps that can become cancerous over time. It is one of the most prevalent and potentially preventable forms of cancer worldwide. Age, family history, genetic predispositions such as Lynch syndrome or familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), and lifestyle factors…

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A new artificial intelligence program that analyzes speech patterns could predict the probability of suffering from Alzheimer’s disease

A new artificial intelligence program that analyzes speech patterns could predict the probability of suffering from Alzheimer’s disease

Editors’ Notes This article has been reviewed according to Science X. editorial process and policies. Editors have highlighted the following attributes while guaranteeing the credibility of the content: verified peer reviewed publication reliable source correct by Boston University Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain Trying to determine if someone has Alzheimer’s disease usually involves a series of…

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Revealing hidden dangers of obesity’s impact on kidney health | Health

Obesity It’s not just a matter of physical appearance; it is a complex health problem with far-reaching consequences. It is essential to draw attention to the urgent need for awareness and action to manage this health crisis. Obesity, a growing epidemic: Revealing the hidden dangers of obesity’s impact on kidney health (Shutterstock) {{^subscribeduser}} {{/subscribeduser}} {{^subscribeduser}}…

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Dry mouth, decreased urination, and sunken eyes are signs of problems.

Story continues below Dehydration in children can be due to various causes. It usually results from inadequate fluid intake, especially during hot weather or strenuous physical activities. Illnesses such as diarrhea, vomiting, and fever can also quickly deplete a child’s body fluids. Additionally, conditions such as diabetes can increase the risk of dehydration. Understanding these…

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