Better understanding of the cognitive troubles associated with cancer

Patients who have undergone chemotherapy for treating cancer often exhibit cognitive dysfunction following treatment. According to a recent study, these cognitive problems could be a consequence of increased levels of inflammatory molecules which compromise the activity of neurons. Download the column

Richard Béliveau

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Young girls who regularly eat peanut butter are at less risk of developing precancerous lesions in their breasts when they are adults. Which shows that good old peanut butter remains quite superior to all of the modern products, hypertransformed and overloaded with sugar, that have been invented by the industry for breakfast or snacks. Download this column.