Everyone’s discussing why did Lena Dunham tell about her hysterectomy (a surgery on the uterus, when it is removed). The director says she made it after many years of agonizing pain due to endometriosis. We understand the importance of speaking about such interventions aloud. Hysterectomy most important facts In the US, hysterectomy is the second … Continue reading Hysterectomy: Why Lena Dunham told about getting rid of the uterus
Is it worth to be afraid of so-called bad genes? Are good health and longevity written in your DNA? In fact, genetics may explain many diseases and health conditions. But there is much more… A brief guide to chromosomes and mutations Our body is a complex construction. Each cell of it contains a DNA molecule, … Continue reading Bad genes: do they really matter?
You have probably heard of stem cells in very different contexts. Seems like they are already used in cosmetic procedures, as well as in treating a variety of diseases. In future, even more, they may become a remedy for all. Or not? Well, here is a brief guide to the subject. What’s the source of … Continue reading Stem cells guide for dummies: all you need to know
Hope these most common cancer myths debunked will make you think twice before doing potentially risky thinks. But, first of all, let us remind you that smoking IS very, very bad for your health in general, and may actually cause cancer. Cancer myths debunked one by one #1: Cell phones and sweeteners cause cancer In … Continue reading Most common cancer myths debunked
Unfortunately, even if you have no family history of cancer, there is still a risk to develop it. On the other side, this cancer prevention guide may help you to decrease certain risk factors, and to live healthier and longer life. First of all, we recommend to maintain a healthy lifestyle, as usual. In addition, … Continue reading Cancer prevention guide for everyone