Almost two decades ago, a doctor named Surendra S. Shastri was put in charge of preventative oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. One of his biggest jobs: to figure out how to cut the toll from cervical cancer, which kills 200,000 women a year in the developing world but is rare in developed […]
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The prestigious journal The Lancet came out with a study today that merits a double-take.
Drinking wine can be good for your health — we know, you’re familiar with the topic. But don’t even try and tell me that you’re tired of the subject, or that you wouldn’t pass along the results of some new study supporting the claim.
Most women yearn to be tall, with the long legs of a supermodel. However, a new study conducted at Oxford University and published in The Lancet Oncology could make shorter females content, and even happy, with their lesser stature.