Welcome to this month’s For The Love of Health & Science, Lesley James, MD’s monthly link roundup.
This month includes: Sugar stimulates cancer cells, antidepressants do worse in the long run, why the new recommendation is 10 servings of fruits and veggies, and more. I also regularly share links on Twitter @lesleyjamesmd and the Lesley James, MD facebook page.
Links of the month:
Calculating Your Risk
- A simple calculator for figuring out risk of developing a second breast cancer. // Springer //
Interesting Patterns in Study
- Depressed patients who are treated with antidepressants do worse in the long run. //Medicalxpress//
Research on how sugar stimulates cancer growth
Scientists make breakthrough in linking sugar to cancer growth. //Global News//
Interesting as migraines are also associated with genetic variants in the SOD gene predisposing individuals to greater oxidative stress.
- Migraines may be the brain’s way of dealing with oxidative stress. //Medicalxpress//
Forget 5 a Day – Let’s get 10!
- 10 serving of fruit and veggies to live a longer life. //The Guardian//
Living Life to the Fullest
‘Ridiculously healthy’ elderly have the same gut microbiome as healthy 30-year-olds. //Science Daily//
Mindfulness, Intuitive Eating, Intermittent Fasting Classes & More!
Well Works Upcoming Class Schedule – you don’t want to miss this. //Well Works Classroom//