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News tagged ‘Nutrition’ clear

  • Wendy Chen, MD, MPH, a breast cancer expert at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute helps tackles some of the myths and misconceptions about breast cancer risk. She answers some of the more common questions, explains the studies behind the answers, and provides risk-lowering tips.

Tags: BreastCancer, Nutrition, PatientEducation, Prevention

  • With Valentine's Day around the corner, show that special someone how much you care. Dana-Farber nutritionist Stephanie Meyers shares ways to say "I love you" with delicious desserts packed with the cancer-fighting phytonutrients in raspberries, pomegranates, berries, and mango.

Tags: Nutrition, Prevention

  • Are you making New Year's resolutions? Dana-Farber Cancer Institute experts are encouraging people to ring in new healthy habits in 2012. Here are a number of free and low-cost strategies to help people maintain good health and possibly reduce various cancer risks.

Tags: Nutrition, Prevention

  • The holidays are a great time to bring cancer-fighting foods to the table. Nutritionist Stephanie Meyers, MS, RD/LDN, discusses some holiday favorites that also contain cancer-preventing nutrients and shares recipes that highlight these beneficial ingredients.

Tags: Nutrition, Prevention

  • Seasonal food from the farmers market is not only fresher but also higher in cancer-fighting nutrients, says Dana-Farber nutritionist Stephanie Meyers. Learn why and find recipes that may help reduce cancer risk.

Tags: Nutrition, Prevention

  • Wendy Y. Chen, MD, MPH, a breast cancer expert at Dana-Farber, has conducted research that shows that food-based soy is safe to eat for breast cancer patients and survivors.

Tags: BreastCancer, Nutrition

  • Many favorite winter holiday foods, including pumpkin, cranberries and apples, are also packed with cancer-fighting nutrients, say nutritionists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Tags: Nutrition

  • Colon cancer patients who eat a diet high in red meat, fatty products, refined grains, and desserts — a so-called "Western" diet — may be increasing their chance of disease relapse and early death, report researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Tags: ColonCancer, Nutrition

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