Foods that increase inflammation throughout the body cause a 12% increase in breast cancer risk, according to a major study of more than 318,000 women. In findings presented at the Nutrition 2021 Live online conference, researchers assessed the impact of dietary choices over 14 years and found that inflammatory foods were connected to this type of cancer, with the association more pronounced among premenopausal women—a connection that occurred regardless of other cancer risk
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A drug called aducanumab could become the first approved treatment designed to alter the course of Alzheimer's disease rather than relieve symptoms. But it's unclear whether the Food and Drug Administration will approve the drug because of persistent questions about its effectiveness. The FDA has a Monday deadline to make a decision on what would be the first new Alzheimer's drug in nearly two decades.