Learn how breast cancer recovery can be slowed by poor relationships in this medical report.
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Susan Sharma: This is Insidermedicine in 60. From Ohio; According to research in the Journal Cancer, breast cancer recovery can be slowed by poor relationships. In a study of 100 women, researchers found that those involved in a distressed relationship with their spouse or partner experienced slower health recovery, more signs of illness and treatment side effects and higher levels of stress. The researchers concluded that improving relationships can be beneficial for both emotional well being and physical health. From Ottawa; According to health Canada, children under six should not be given cold and cough medication. This decision expands some preliminary recommendations made a year ago and it's based on a review, scientific data on these products. The decision is based on the fact that there is little evidence supporting the effectiveness of these products in children and reports of misuse, overdose and side effects of raised concerns. Finally from the UK; According to the research in the Journal Pediatrics, the likelihood of being obese is set by the age of five. The researchers studied 233 children and found that by the time they reach school age, the girls had already gained 90% of their excess weight, and the boys had gained 70%. The children's weigh at five years of age was found to closely predict weight at nine years. The researchers suggest that the cause is related to environment and their behaviors. For insider medicine in 60, I'm Doctor Susan Sharma.