When is a woman suffering from malignant neoplasms?
At 01:00 s Thursday 08 November 2018
New York (Reuters Health) – Women who were diagnosed early in the morning, according to a new study of more than 400,000 women, breast cancer develops much less than other people.
Scientists at Bristol University have found that sleeping women (who over 8 hours) are 20% more sleepy than an hour.
Scientists have explained that night sleep affects the woman's body hours and increases the risk. It shows the results of previous studies that have shown that night shift work and increased nighttime illumination increase the frequency of cancer.
The research team, which presented results at the National Congress of the Research Institute in Glasgow, analyzed and investigated female genes.
"We want to work hard to explore the results that support the results," says Dr. Rebecca Richmond, "The prices are based on morning and evening questions and may be more complicated than women's habitual transformation."
"Changing habitual habits is not as easy as risk reduction options because they are often an integral part of the workplace, parenting or other health conditions," says Dr. Emma Peony, a Breast Cancer Society.
In the study, 48 percent of women diagnosed with early diagnosis have contributed to the development of breast cancer.
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