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Author: National Cancer Institute.
An overview of the NCI-supported work in the field of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) along with details on selected projects in the areas of cancer CAM relating to communication, training and conferences, and research.
Presents recommendations from the Working Group on Women, Tobacco, and Cancer, a public/private partnership led by the National Cancer Institute.
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Provides a critical, scientific review and synthesis of current evidence regarding the power of the media both to encourage and discourage tobacco use.
Reports some progress toward reducing tobacco use among adolescents, and also highlights areas in which more efforts are needed.
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Provides an overview of the Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD) and describes the impact of their programs, and highlights CRCHD's research and...
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The prevalence of obesity is increasing fast.Our bodies accumulate fat for times of scarcity of food, but it is leading to problems- of high cholesterol, hear...
Genetic disorders are still perceived as an uncommon event in our general population. However the literature reveals that every year an estimated 7.9 million ...
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Garlic is a herb commonly used in the kitchen to add flavor and aroma to food. Though the medicinal properties of garlic were well-known to the ancient humani...
This is a free ebook in pdf format. This book will serve as a rapid reference guide for medical undergraduate and postgraduate students during pathology pract...