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Milton High principal resigns over DUI
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Nathan Buhl, the newly-installed principal of Milton High School, was arrested July 26 and charged by Forsyth County Sheriff's deputies with DUI. Buhl, 37, of Canton, left a home on Pointe Vecchio Circle in north Forsyth County ...


Principal Of The Year Busted For DUI Twice In Same Night
a job he started only a couple of months ago. In 2013, Buhl was named principal of the year at Crabapple Middle School in Roswell, Ga., by the North Forsyth County PTA. Buhl allegedly hit a parked car on Saturday night shortly before 10 pm in Forsyth ...


Georgia school principal resigns after 2 DUI arrests
MILTON, Ga. – The principal of Milton High School has resigned after sheriff's deputies arrested him twice within a few hours on charges of drunken driving. Authorities in Forsyth and Cherokee counties arrested 37-year-old Nathan John Buhl of Canton ...


Forsyth Co. sheriff's deputies head to court
The sheriff's office calls it a reduction in force. The five lieutenants, four captains and two sergeants lost their attempts to appeal through the Forsyth County Civil Service Board. The Georgia Supreme Court dismissed their case last month.

Neighbors launch 'smelly plan' against Forsyth County plant
Sponsored Links By Rachel Stockman FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Neighbors are fighting back against a proposal to increase the size of a recycling plant. They say the site, off Highway 9 in Forsyth County, is already attracting rodents and vultures ...


WILLIAM HENRY BANKSTON SR
76, who passed away Friday, July 25, 2014. Mr. Bankston was born Nov. 5, 1937, in Forsyth, Ga., a son of Anderson and Alice Bankston Moreland. He was educated thru the Monroe County School System in Georgia. He had been employed as a crane operator with ...


5 hospitalized in Forsyth Co. chemical spill
Forsyth County fire officials say five people working at the county's water plant have been hospitalized in a chemical spill. Fire Chief Jason Shivers says the workers were unloading sodium hydroxide from a truck when residual gas was released and caused ...


South Middle student Miss Georgia Pre-Teen
Caitlyn Capre, a 13-year-old from south Forsyth, won the title of Miss Georgia Pre-Teen earlier this month at the National American Miss pageant in Atlanta. SOUTH FORSYTH — A 13-year-old from south Forsyth won the title of Miss Georgia Pre-Teen earlier ...


Forsyth mayor investigation may spur change in billing practices
a Georgia Municipal Association spokesman. Generally, cities get into the cable business because they receive complaints from residents about poor customer service or the overall available service from private providers, Wallace said. Stroud said Forsyth ...


Deputy honored for actions in attempted Forsyth Co. courthouse attack
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – A deputy shot by a man attempting to attack a Forsyth County courthouse has been honored by the Georgia Sheriffs' Association. Deputy Daniel Rush was selected at "Deputy Sheriff of the Year Award of Valor" for his actions on June 6.

Milton High principal resigns over DUI
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Nathan Buhl, the newly-installed principal of Milton High School, was arrested July 26 and charged by Forsyth County Sheriff's deputies with DUI. Buhl, 37, of Canton, left a home on Pointe Vecchio Circle in north Forsyth County ...


Principal Of The Year Busted For DUI Twice In Same Night
a job he started only a couple of months ago. In 2013, Buhl was named principal of the year at Crabapple Middle School in Roswell, Ga., by the North Forsyth County PTA. Buhl allegedly hit a parked car on Saturday night shortly before 10 pm in Forsyth ...


Georgia school principal resigns after 2 DUI arrests
MILTON, Ga. – The principal of Milton High School has resigned after sheriff's deputies arrested him twice within a few hours on charges of drunken driving. Authorities in Forsyth and Cherokee counties arrested 37-year-old Nathan John Buhl of Canton ...


Forsyth Co. sheriff's deputies head to court
The sheriff's office calls it a reduction in force. The five lieutenants, four captains and two sergeants lost their attempts to appeal through the Forsyth County Civil Service Board. The Georgia Supreme Court dismissed their case last month.

Neighbors launch 'smelly plan' against Forsyth County plant
Sponsored Links By Rachel Stockman FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Neighbors are fighting back against a proposal to increase the size of a recycling plant. They say the site, off Highway 9 in Forsyth County, is already attracting rodents and vultures ...


WILLIAM HENRY BANKSTON SR
76, who passed away Friday, July 25, 2014. Mr. Bankston was born Nov. 5, 1937, in Forsyth, Ga., a son of Anderson and Alice Bankston Moreland. He was educated thru the Monroe County School System in Georgia. He had been employed as a crane operator with ...


5 hospitalized in Forsyth Co. chemical spill
Forsyth County fire officials say five people working at the county's water plant have been hospitalized in a chemical spill. Fire Chief Jason Shivers says the workers were unloading sodium hydroxide from a truck when residual gas was released and caused ...


South Middle student Miss Georgia Pre-Teen
Caitlyn Capre, a 13-year-old from south Forsyth, won the title of Miss Georgia Pre-Teen earlier this month at the National American Miss pageant in Atlanta. SOUTH FORSYTH — A 13-year-old from south Forsyth won the title of Miss Georgia Pre-Teen earlier ...


Forsyth mayor investigation may spur change in billing practices
a Georgia Municipal Association spokesman. Generally, cities get into the cable business because they receive complaints from residents about poor customer service or the overall available service from private providers, Wallace said. Stroud said Forsyth ...


Deputy honored for actions in attempted Forsyth Co. courthouse attack
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – A deputy shot by a man attempting to attack a Forsyth County courthouse has been honored by the Georgia Sheriffs' Association. Deputy Daniel Rush was selected at "Deputy Sheriff of the Year Award of Valor" for his actions on June 6.




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An NIH study indicates that regular use of aspirin may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer

Women who take aspirin daily may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer by 20 percent, according to a study by scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) . However, it is necessary to conduct more research before we can make clinical recommendations. The study was published on February 6, 2014, in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute .

An estimated 22,240 American women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2014 and 14,030 will die from the disease. Ovarian cancer in early stage can be treated successfully. However, because the symptoms associated with ovarian cancer may be similar to those of other common conditions, such as diagnosing digestive and bladder disorders, often not determined until the disease is advanced.Ovarian cancer in advanced stage has a poor prognosis and treatment options are limited. That is why prevention strategies can be of great importance in controlling this disease.

It has been proven that chronic or persistent inflammation increases the risk of cancer and other diseases. It is clear from previous studies, the anti-inflammatory properties of aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) without aspirin could reduce the risk of cancer in general. However, studies examining whether the use of these drugs may influence the risk of ovarian cancer have yielded inconclusive results for the most part. This is the largest study to date to evaluate the relationship between these drugs and the risk of ovarian cancer.

Doctors and Nicolas Wentzensen Britton Trabert, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, NCI, and colleagues analyzed data collected from 12 epidemiological studies of large volume in order to investigate whether women who took aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) without aspirin or acetaminophen had a lower risk of ovarian cancer. These 12 studies (nine of them made ??in the U.S.) were part of the consortium of the Ovarian Cancer Association ( Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium ). Scientists evaluated the benefits of these drugs in approximately 8000 women with ovarian cancer and about 12,000 women without the disease.

Among study participants who reported taking aspirin regularly or not: 18 percent used aspirin, 24 percent consumed nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) without aspirin and 16 percent took acetaminophen. Researchers found that participants who reported having used aspirin daily had a risk of ovarian cancer 20 percent lower than those who had taken aspirin less than once a week. The conclusions were less clear with regard to the non-aspirin NSAIDs, among which a variety of drugs is included. In this case, scientists observed an ovarian cancer risk 10 percent lower in women who took NSAIDs at least once a week, compared with those who consumed these drugs less often. However, this result was not statistically significant within the range. In contrast to the results on aspirin and NSAIDs, acetaminophen consumption (which is not an anti-inflammatory drug) was not associated with a reduced risk of ovarian cancer.

The focus of this study adds to a growing list that includes other malignancies, such as colorectal cancer and other cancers that seem to be able to be prevented by the use of aspirin. "Our study suggests that treatment with aspirin, which have proven to protect against heart attack, could also reduce the risk of ovarian cancer effect. Though the results are of great interest, should not influence current clinical practice . further study is necessary to analyze the delicate balance between risks and benefits of this drug with potential chemopreventive properties, as well as other studies to identify the mechanism by which aspirin could reduce the risk of ovarian cancer, "Trabert said.

Adverse effects of daily aspirin use include, upper gastrointestinal bleeding and hemorrhagic stroke.Consequently, scientists warn that daily aspirin therapy should only be undertaken with the approval of a physician.


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