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Drinking One Soda or Sweetened Beverage per Day May Increase the Risk of Liver Disease and Cancers, According to New Study
Explore the latest research illuminating the significant link between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and liver disease risk in postmenopausal women—evidence that could inform your nutritional guidance to patients.
Family Medicine/General Practice September 25th 2023
Overdiagnosis of Breast Cancer in Older Women—and Unnecessary Treatment—Is Widespread: Study
New findings question the efficacy of routine breast cancer screening in women aged 70 and above, revealing high rates of overdiagnosis that lead to unnecessary treatments. Learn how this could impact your clinical decisions for older female patients.
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84% of Women 50 and Older Unaware of Menopause-Oral Health Connection
Don’t miss the opportunity to educate your female patients over 50 about the often-overlooked connection between menopause and oral health. Learn how you can be a pivotal resource in both improving oral health and breaking the menopause stigma.
Dentistry September 18th 2023