Stress is bad. Breast cancer is bad. Put them together and things get even worse. That's what UCLA researchers discovered as they watched breast cancer tumors spread through the bodies of mice.
Pregnant women who eat canned vegetables or work as cashiers show the highest levels of bisphenol A, the estrogen-mimicking chemical, according to a new study.
For women with a high risk of breast cancer because of genetic mutations or family history, yearly M.R.I. scans in addition to mammograms and breast exams may save lives, a new study finds.