When severely underweight, anorexic women look in the mirror, they often see a fat version of themselves staring back. But according to a study conducted by Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, overweight and obese women and children are seeing thinner versions of themselves.
You might attract some attention carrying this handbag, but It may not be consistent with the kind of attention that the design's name, 'Widow,' might suggest.
As almost every study warns not to change your habits because of the results of its particular findings, so does this Swedish study on women's coffee drinking habits and their relationship to stroke. Though the authors say that the study is a preliminary one, other recent studies show similar, positive links between coffee and stroke, coffee and heart disease, and coffee and diabetes.
British and Canadian researchers have identified an oncogene that is responsible for a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer. According to the report, the oncogene ZNF703 - onco meaning tumor or mass - becomes active in one out of 12 breast cancers.
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