SHR # 1043 :: For Women: How Sleep Effects Aggressive Breast Cancers PLUS Science In The News Roundup

Guest: Dr. Cheryl Thompson & Adel Moussa (aka ProfDr Andro)

Dr. Thompson's message is very powerful. The length of time you sleep each night can contribute to the aggressiveness of breast cancer. Sleep contributes to the development and progression of breast cancer. This is the first study to link length of time asleep to the most aggressive forms. PLUS Moussa uses his genius to put emerging science to the sniff test of legitimacy. We discuss a recent study that looks at the epigenetic effects of specific nutrient and their ability to effect the metastatic process of cancer as well as the REAL story behind Organic -vs- Conventional foods. This is a must hear segment for everyone!!

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