Chocolate :: People are programmed to love chocolate – chocolate lover

For the first time, scientists have linked the all-too-human preference for a food — chocolate — to a specific, chemical signature that may be programmed into the metabolic system and is detectable by laboratory tests. The signature reads ‘chocolate lover’ in some people and indifference to the popular sweet in others, the researchers say.

Breast Cancer :: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 2007, US

A Proclamation by George W. Bush, the President of the United States of America. He called upon Government officials, businesses, communities, health care professionals, educators, volunteers, and the people of the United States to continue Nation’s strong commitment to preventing, treating, and ultimately curing breast cancer.

Gene :: Bits of Junk RNA Aid Master Tumor-suppressor Gene

Scientists have shown in literally thousands of studies that the p53 gene deserves its reputation as ?the guardian of the genome.? It calls to action an army of other genes in the setting of varied cell stresses, permitting repair of damaged DNA or promoting cell death when the cell damage is too great. A key net effect of p53?s action is to prevent development of cancerous cells.