At the University of Cambridge in the UK, astronomers and cancer researchers have joined forces.
Early bloomers have always been around. However, there is a noticeable trend of girls as young as 7-years-old who are already hitting puberty.
You may have heard of a recent study claiming that eating a low fat diet does nothing to prevent heart disease and cancer.
If you’re not already convinced that regular exercise is important to stay healthy, now there is yet another reason to break a sweat, especially if you’re a woman: breast cancer. `Several studies have linked exercise to lowering the risk of developing breast cancer. Considering that breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, these findings are nothing to shrug about. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Some cancer patients are discovering that virtual reality isn't just for cyber geeks. Learn how virtual realities are helping cancer patients through chemo.
Does having a baby reduce the chances of breast cancer? Find out on this Moment of Science.