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Searching for Gentler Cancer Treatment

Tags: breast cancer, C-reactive protein, cancer, Catalyst, colon cancer, endometrial cancer, exercise, inflammation, prostate cancer

A research team is working to find ways to lessen the severe side effects of some cancer treatments. The hope is to transform cancer into a chronic — and controllable — disease.

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Get Moving to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Tags: breast cancer, breast cancer awareness month 2012, C-reactive protein, cancer, Catalyst, colon cancer, endometrial cancer, exercise, inflammation, lung cancer awareness month 2012, prostate cancer

Studies show that physical activity isn’t just great for your overall health, but can reduce your cancer risks. But does being inactive increase your risks? Here’s some compelling evidence on that question.

Inflammation

Foods That Fight Inflammation — And Why You Need Them

Tags: Be Well e-News, C-reactive protein, diet, inflammation

Chronic inflammation in the body can lead to “three-alarm fires” like diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and cancer. Our dietitian explains why some foods are “fire fighters” and others are “fire starters.” Learn to shop accordingly.

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Too Little and Too Much Vitamin D

Tags: C-reactive protein, cardiovascular disease, CRP, heart disease, vitamin D

Vitamin D may be associated with like heart disease.