Medical research

The case for omega-3 supplementation to lower aggression

People who regularly eat fish or take fish oil supplements are getting omega-3 fatty acids, which play a critical role in brain function. Research has long shown a basis in the brain for aggressive and violent behavior, and ...

Oncology & Cancer

Genomic data shed light on how lymphoma can turn lethal

A study by researchers at Columbia and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is helping to clarify how low-grade lymphoma changes as it develops into a more aggressive tumor, which could lead to the development ...

Oncology & Cancer

Can a healthy diet prevent prostate cancer?

A study published in BJU International found that adhering to healthy diets seems to have no effect on prostate cancer risk, but following an unhealthy diet might increase the risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer.

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