High Milk Intake May Be Mortality Risk? |

Swedish researchers have found that a high intake of milk may be associated with higher mortality and fracture risks in women and high mortality risk in men, but they caution against basing any dietary recommendations on their findings, which were published in BMI. You can make your own decisions!

Reduce Your Cancer Risk!

The new European C ode Against Cancer, launched this month, outlines 12 things that individuals can do to reduce their risk for cancer. Top of the list is tobacco, followed by healthy body weight, avoiding too much sun and alcohol, but there are also several new recommendation – about radon, breast-feeding, and hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and also about vaccinations and organized screening programs.