04 26 2015
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Global Study Confirms American Research

Almost one-third of breast cancer cases worldwide could be prevented if women maintained a healthy weight and became more physically active. That's according to research presented at the European Breast Cancer Conference. Data for the report came from the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Try these tips from Dr. Mel Kohn, MD, MPH, director of Oregon Public Health

As the holiday travel season begins, avoiding the flu in crowded terminals, stuffy planes and trains can be a challenge. "Airplanes, trains and cars are close quarters but you can make travel safer with a few simple steps," says Dr. Mel Kohn. "There are ways to protect yourself."

Influenza virus is spread by droplets from coughs and sneezes. Studies have shown that flu viruses can survive on hard surfaces and can infect a person from two and eight hours after being left on items like cafeteria tables, door handles and airplane trays. Try these tips to stay safe and healthy while you travel throughout the busy season....

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