Getting Both Breasts Removed Might Not Increase a Breast Cancer Patient’s Chance of Survival

When faced with breast cancer in one breast, increasingly more women are opting to undergo contralateral prophylactic mastectomy (CPM), a surgery to remove the unaffected breast. But a new study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute shows that getting both breasts removed when only one breast has cancer might not lengthen your life.

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How Do You Stack Up Against U.S. Averages in These 6 Key Health Tests?
You know your height, weight, and maybe even length (you know what we’re talking about), but chances are you don’t know the numbers that really matter. See how you measure up against national averages (and actual ideals) in these six health tests:
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How Do You Stack Up Against U.S. Averages in These 6 Key Health Tests?

You know your height, weight, and maybe even length (you know what we’re talking about), but chances are you don’t know the numbers that really matter. See how you measure up against national averages (and actual ideals) in these six health tests:

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14 Fad Diets You Shouldn’t Try

Every day it seems a new diet is ready to make weight loss faster and easier than ever before. Or at least they say they are. “Most fad diets go something like this: Take a few foods, give them ‘magic’ power, and set a plan to convince people that eating this way and only this way will promote weight loss,” says Alexandra Caspero, RD, a nutritionist based in Sacramento, Calif. The following diets might spur short-term weight loss, but many are difficult to follow, have arbitrary rules, and a few could put your health in danger.

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