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Cancer Screening - Breast Screening Campaign Home

Cancer Screening - Breast Screening Campaign Home | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

RT @healthgovau: With early detection, up to 9 out of 10 women survive 5 years after #breastcancer diagnosis https://t.co/mHo0bAv0z7 https:…...

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10 Bizarre Weight Loss Tricks That Work | HiveBlogger

10 Bizarre Weight Loss Tricks That Work | HiveBlogger | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

10 Bizarre Weight Loss Tricks That Work -

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Cannabis users are '5 times more likely to develop alcoholism'

Cannabis users are '5 times more likely to develop alcoholism' | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Two studies by scientists at Columbia University, New York found smoking marijuana also increases the likelihood of drug dependency, and developing and addiction to nicotine.

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TwinCities Innovation: An Entrepreneurial Community in North-Central Massachusetts

TwinCities Innovation: An Entrepreneurial Community in North-Central Massachusetts | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

We are developing a multi-part technology initiative in the north-central Massachusetts region (centralized in the cities of Fitchburg and Leominster) in order to help create, promote, and sustain local technology innovation and increase...

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China looks to reward academic innovation to drive economic growth

China looks to reward academic innovation to drive economic growth | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

China will give greater financial rewards to innovative academics and small research bodies in a drive to convert interesting scientific ideas into commercial realities and rev up its high-tech industries as wider economic growth stalls.

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D-Lab's Amy Smith joins Bill Gates on a panel addressing innovation - MIT News

D-Lab's Amy Smith joins Bill Gates on a panel addressing innovation - MIT News | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it
Panel held in conjunction with the Grand Challenges & Keystone Symposia Joint Scientific Session.
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University of the Future - Report

Ernst & Young’s view is that the higher education sector is
undergoing a fundamental transformation in terms of its role
in society, mode of operation, and economic structure and
value. To explore these themes and future directions, we have
conducted an industry-wide study of the main forces impacting
the higher education industry globally and locally, and the
opportunities, challenges and implications for Australian
universities. 
Our primary hypothesis is that the dominant university model
in Australia — a broad-based teaching and research institution,
supported by a large asset base and a large, predominantly
in-house back office — will prove unviable in all but a few cases
over the next 10-15 years.


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Nutrition and cancer: the recommendations of the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety

Nutrition and cancer: the recommendations of the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

 

In its report "Nutrition and Cancer" of May 2011, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (Anses) points to a number of avoidable nutritional risk factors as well as a number of factors allowing a reduction of the cancer risk.

Avoidable risk factors increasing the cancer risk :
alcoholic drinks: mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, colon, rectum cancers for men, breast cancer.

 

overweight and obesity: oesophagus, endometre, kidney, colon, rectum, pancreas, breast cancers for women after menopause.
red meat and pork meat: colorectal cancer.
salt and salted food: stomach cancer.
beta caroten supplements: lung cancer among smokers.
On the opposite, here is a list of factors which can help to reduce the cancer risk:
physical activity: colon cancer and the positive side effects, with reduced overweight
fruit and vegetable consumption: mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, stomach and lung cancers.
breast feeding: breast cancer

Based on such a list of factors, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (Anses) advises three basic attitudes :
Reducing the consumption of alcoholic drinks
Promoting balanced and diversified nutrition
Promoting physical activity
Finally, a major point is that the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (Anses) doesn't recommend any particular type of food to prevent cancer (in spite of allegations stating that such or such type of food or supplement would be beneficial against cancer)

See the ANSES report

 

The myhealth-monitoring.com team


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Cookit: Very Cool Site for Cooking/Recipes/Lesson Plans for Children (and anyone else who eats)

Cookit: Very Cool Site for Cooking/Recipes/Lesson Plans for Children (and anyone else who eats) | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Cookit is a searchable, growing database of recipes and video podcasts, including cooking methods, equipment guides, a glossary, favourite school dinners, lesson plans for teachers, a recipe calendar, activities and a history cookbook.

**Love the Recipe Creator!


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Le Top 50 des sites d'infos en septembre

Deux entrées dans le classement, des hausses, des baisses et une très belle année pour Le Nouvel Obs qui affiche une progression de 50% de son audience par rapport à septembre 2011.


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Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer. Symptoms and treatment | Patient

Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer. Symptoms and treatment | Patient | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Most cases of uterine cancer (cancer of the uterus or womb) arise from the inside lining of the uterus (the endometrium). This is called endometrial cancer....

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Excitement at new cancer treatment - BBC News

Excitement at new cancer treatment - BBC News | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

A therapy that retrains the body's immune system to fight cancer has provoked excitement after more than 90% of terminally ill patients entered remission.

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Sugar is as 'damaging to the brain as extreme stress or ABUSE'

Sugar is as 'damaging to the brain as extreme stress or ABUSE' | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Eating high levels of sugar results in changes to the hippocampus, the area of the brain responsible for emotional behaviour, stress and memory, experts at the University of New South Wales found.

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Look, Mom, I’m Writing a Term Paper on My Smartphone

Look, Mom, I’m Writing a Term Paper on My Smartphone | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

As more teachers embrace Google Apps in Education and Google Classroom, teens are using smartphones in classrooms and at home to create projects and study

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Be the Disrupter, Not the Disrupted: Here’s How to Stimulate Innovation

Be the Disrupter, Not the Disrupted: Here’s How to Stimulate Innovation | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Whether we acknowledge it or not, we live in an economy of digital disruption. Innovations happen everyday — one of these days, it might be the next big thing that puts you out of a job.

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Xero and MYOB show the value of unexpected ideas - BRW

Xero and MYOB show the value of unexpected ideas - BRW | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it
It might lack the glamour of Apple vs Google, but the innovation battle being waged between Australia’s two most popular accounting software packages - incumbent MYOB and up-and-comer Xero - is every bit as hard fought.
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No Longer a Pipe Dream: Innovation in Dreaming Tech Allows Us Inside Our ... - Wired

No Longer a Pipe Dream: Innovation in Dreaming Tech Allows Us Inside Our ... - Wired | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it
It’s no secret that technology has become a major part of the health and wellness conversation as seen by Apple’s recently announced iWatch, which tracks heart rate activity, and increased popularity of the Jawbone, a wearable device that monitors...
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Soosphère

Soosphère | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it
Site de coaching - enfants intellectuellement précoces - méditation de pleine conscience ,.

Vidéo Monique de Kermadec sur la précocité intellectuelle.


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NOUVEAUTE! À chaque jour ses prodiges par Jon et Myla Kabat-Zinn

NOUVEAUTE! À chaque jour ses prodiges par Jon et Myla Kabat-Zinn | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

 

Ce guide donne un point de vue inédit sur la façon d élever un enfant...


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Formation e-learning pour la presse : et de trois !

Formation e-learning pour la presse : et de trois ! | InnovationDiscovery Science | Scoop.it

Deux modules de formation étaient jusqu’ici proposés : l’un sur le référencement, l’autre sur la création et l’animation d’un blog. L’AFDAS annonce qu’un nouveau cours vient désormais de voir le jour : l’écriture web.


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