Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Friday, June 1: Health-Lifestyles News Advisory

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Friday, June 1: Health-Lifestyles News Advisory

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Friday, June 1, 2012

5 p.m.

HEALTH-LIFESTYLES NEWS ADVISORY

Here are the Health-Lifestyles stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Contact Andrea Baillie at 416-507-2162.

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Global cancer cases could rise 75 pct by 2030

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LONDON -- Global cancer cases are projected to rise 75 per cent by 2030, in part because many other diseases are being stamped out and more developing countries are adopting Western lifestyles linked to cancer, international health experts reported.While population growth and aging explain much of the increase, at least one-fifth of the new cancer cases will likely be due to preventable factors, the researchers predict.

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Breast-feeding photos of military moms stir debate

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SPOKANE -- The Washington Air National Guard says two nursing mothers were wrong to be photographed in uniform while breast-feeding their babies.The photos were posted on the Internet by a group at Fairchild Air Force Base that supports breast-feeding mothers. The group, Mom2Mom, said the photos were meant to promote World Breast-Feeding Week in August.

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Staff records for UK royal household go online

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LONDON -- People around the world will be able to discover whether they have a royal connection -- at least below stairs -- with publication of 250 years of records listing staff who served the British monarchy.Employee records from royal residences including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle are being put online Friday to coincide with this weekend's celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. PHOTO. APNewsNow.

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The sound of great food - curated restaurant music

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WASHINGTON -- Walk into any Sweetgreen restaurant and alongside your locally grown mesclun topped with organic dressing you're likely to get a helping of Hot Chips -- the band, not the food."Music for us is part of our DNA," says Jonathan Neman, the 27-year-old co-founder of the Washington restaurant chain. In fact, he and his two partners care so much about the music that plays in their dozen locations, they personally crafted the playlists, creating eclectic blends that run from The Cure to today's British indie Blood Orange. …

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