In a recent report published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, molecular subtypes were important predictors of breast cancer mortality. According to the study, women with HER2-enriched tumors and luminal B subtypes had the poorest survival despite adjusting for important covariates. Read a summary of the study…
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Virtually everyone experiences stress. It is the second most frequently cited work-related health problem. Health care providers are especially prone to the effects of stress. Explore the causes of stress, effects of acute and chronic stress, and holistic methods to manage your stress. Visit this website for further information.
The Nurses’ Health Study (NHS) is one of the longest and largest ongoing investigations regarding factors that influence women’s health. The NHS began in 1967 and expanded in 1989. Over 238,000 nurses have participated in the research which focuses on the impact of diet, physical activity, and lifestyle on the prevalence of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other health conditions. Visit the Nurses’ Health Study website for complete information or to join the study.… Read more »
The American Hospital Association (AHA) has created a Call To Action: Creating a Culture of Health. This bold report calls on hospitals to be leaders in creating a culture of health by focusing on employee health and wellness. Current practices used by hospitals today with their employees, examples of best practices, and recommendations on how to accomplish this culture of health are provided. Visit the American Hospital Association’s web site to read the full report.… Read more »