Tag Archive: british medical journal

May 20

Study: Fruit Intake in Adolescents and Young Adults Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

A new study conducted at the┬áHarvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and published in the British Medical Journal, has found that consuming high levels of fruit as a teenager – and oranges and kale as a young adult – can significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer. For the study, researchers took data from …

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Jan 20

Study: Milk Intake Associated with Increased Mortality and Bone Fractures

A 2014 study of over 100,000 people published in the British Medical Journal – unsurprisingly ignored by much of the mainstream media – found that high milk intake is associated with increased morality rates, as well as increased bone fracture rates. The objective of the study, according to its abstract, was to “examine whether high …

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