Although they're easily preventable, sexually transmitted infections are on the rise and young people aren't the only ones at risk.
Question: I am aged 24 and recently noticed a small lump near the entrance to my vagina. It is not actually painful but it is uncomfortable when I sit and during sex. What could it be, I am really worried?
What was the aim of the study?
The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, reviewed research conducted in the past 10 years on breast cancer recurrence and lifestyle factors to determine which changes can reduce the chance of breast cancer recurrence and death. Lifestyle changes included exercise, weight management, particular dietary changes, quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption and vitamin supplementation.
What were the results?
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