Eating red and processed meats has been linked to cancer and appears to be specifically associated with an enhanced risk for colorectal cancer. Based on these findings, both the American Cancer Society and the American Institute for Cancer Research have recommended that cancer survivors limit their consumption of these foods. However, even though … [Read more...]
Does Eating Red Meat Affect the Risk of Colorectal Cancer Recurrence?
Do Intellectual Disabilities Increase the Risk for Fractures?
Recognizing groups at risk for broken bones is critical for implementing prevention measures and avoiding accidents that can reduce quality of life. In the case of certain breaks – such as hip fractures – even premature death can occur. Currently, those with intellectual disability (also referred to as learning disabilities) are not identified as a … [Read more...]