MNT weekly newsletter - 8 March 2017

Dear S.C.T.C Customer,
Welcome to this week's MNT newsletter, containing the headlines from the past week, across your chosen news categories.

WIRED Health, March 9th, 2017

Join hundreds of healthcare, pharmaceutical and technology influencers and leaders at the 4th Annual WIRED Health event, taking place March 9th at 30 Euston Square in London, as they gather to hear compelling stories from the co-inventor of CRISPR; the co-discoverer of the ebola virus; and the chief medical officer of the UK government.

Nutrition / Diet News
Red wine compound found to slow down neural aging in mice 07 Mar 2017
Soy may improve survival rates in some breast cancer patients 06 Mar 2017
Cholesterol levels: What they mean and keeping them healthy 05 Mar 2017
Gluten may trigger lymphoma in some celiac disease patients 04 Mar 2017
From mother to baby: 'Secondhand sugars' can pass through breast milk 03 Mar 2017
Pure hypercholesterolemia: Causes, symptoms, and treatment 03 Mar 2017
Is rice gluten-free? Grains explained 02 Mar 2017
Cheese may raise breast cancer risk, but yogurt could reduce it 01 Mar 2017
Poor diet during teens, early adulthood may raise breast cancer risk 01 Mar 2017
Researchers aim to debunk myths on antioxidant pills, juicing, other dietary fads 01 Mar 2017

Sports Medicine / Fitness News
Cauliflower ear: Causes, symptoms, and treatments 07 Mar 2017
Cancer-related fatigue: Exercise, psychological therapies best treatments 03 Mar 2017
Experts warn of the need to control doping also in amateur athletes 02 Mar 2017
Athletes' symptom anxiety linked to risk of injury 02 Mar 2017
Benefits of physical activity may outweigh impact of obesity on cardiovascular disease 01 Mar 2017

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