Guest post by Lee Crosby, R.D. In 2010, my doctor found some suspicious spots in my left breast. A biopsy showed they weren’t cancer, but that I had a higher risk for cancer down the road. My doctor also found a “thickened” area in my right breast she wanted to keep an eye on.
Blog Archive for September 2018
The Philadelphia Flyers just introduced Gritty, the hockey team’s new hot-dog-loving mascot. Well, I have some news for Gritty: Hot dogs don’t love you back. So skip Flyers Dollar Dog Night to protect yourself from colorectal cancer.
Middle-aged adults are being especially hard hit by heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So it just launched Million Hearts to help prevent a million heart attacks and strokes by 2022. The initiative encourages people to eat a heart-healthy diet, get physically active, and quit smoking. Good advice. But the CDC’s Million Hearts Initiative should be clear that the heart-healthiest diet is a plant-based diet.
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Burger King Study Confirms Meat Is a Nightmare - October 19, 2018
Vegan Formula One Driver Lewis Hamilton Races to Fifth World Title - October 17, 2018
Three Ways to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk - September 30, 2018
Philadelphia Flyers Mascot Should Drop the Hot Dogs to Fight Cancer - September 25, 2018
CDC Should Prescribe Plant-Based Diet for Middle-Aged Hearts - September 10, 2018