Half of women are missing this telltale sign of ovarian cancer, study finds

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Women are more likely to blame their eating habits when they’re constantly bloated rather than get it checked out by a doctor, even though that’s a major sign of ovarian cancer, according to a new U.K. study conducted by Target Ovarian Cancer. The study found that, when faced with persistent bloating, 50 percent of women would change their diet, such as by eating more probiotic-rich yogurt and cutting out gluten, while only a little more than one-third of women would be concerned enough to see a physician.

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