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Breast Implants associated with Cancer?

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Breast implants are gel or fluid-filled bags introduced in the breast region. People may get breast implants for several reasons, including cosmetic improvement or reconstruction after breast surgical treatment. Breast implants are not lifetime devices and must to be replaced after 10 to 15 years.
What is breast implant associated cancer?
Breast implant associated cancer is also well-known as breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), is a rare cancer of the immune system. It is not breast cancer, which forms from cells in the breast, but instead, cancer that develops in the fluid and scar tissue that forms around a breast implant. Less commonly, BIA-ALCL can take the shape of a lump in the breast or swelling in the armpit.
BIA-ALCL has been known to happen as soon as one year after the operation and as late as 37 years after the operation. The average time to diagnosis of breast implant cancer is within 8 years of the operation.
Symptoms: ·Excessive fluid accumu…

Low fat diets benefit women's health?

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A balanced diet is the basis of Women’s Health. Women, like men, should enjoy a variety of nutritious foods from all of the food’s groups, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, low-fat or fat-free dairy and lean protein. But women also have unique nutrient needs, and, during each stage of a woman's life needs change.
Eating Right:
Nutrient-rich foods provide energy for women's busy lives and help to decrease the risk of disease. A healthy eating plan regularly includes:
· Complete grains such as whole-grain bread, whole-wheat pasta, whole-wheat cereal flakes, brown rice or oats. · Three servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy products containing milk, yogurt or cheese; or calcium-fortified plant-based alternatives. · Protein such as lean meat, seafood, eggs, beans, poultry, lentils, tofu, nuts and seeds. · Fresh, canned or frozen fruits without added sugar can be included in the regular diet. · Fresh, canned or frozen vegetables without added salt.
Women who take a l…