A new leaflet to help women avoid breast cancer is aimed at reducing the risk of prolapse and premature rupture of the breast tissue.
It’s designed to remind women that they need to eat peanuts every day.
It’s also designed to encourage women to avoid smoking.
It was released by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday, the same day that a U.K. study showed women who consumed peanut petes were at a much higher risk for breast cancer.
The U.N. Children’s Fund said the new leaflets were important because “too many women are still not eating enough peanuts to meet their nutritional needs.”
“These leaflets are the first step in helping women know how to avoid breast and ovarian cancer.”
Peanut petuses are not a new concept.
They’re already available in several countries, including the U, Canada, Germany and Spain.
In the U!
Food and Drug Agency’s peanut leaflet is a new initiative aimed at helping women avoid prolapse, premature rupture and early breast cancer, the agency said in a statement.
The agency is also working on a peanut-free version that will be available later this year.