Eating Nuts Regularly Could Protect You From Disease And Lengthen Your Life

Sep 16, 2014 by

A Harvard study which spanned 30 years has revealed some health benefits of eating nuts – they reduced risk of death from cancer...

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Surgeon General’s Report Suggests Smoking Harms Health Even More Than Most...

Jan 20, 2014 by

The detrimental effects of smoking on health are usually associated with lung cancer and other respiratory ailments. However, the...

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Vigorous Activity Helps Prevent Breast Cancer in Women

Jun 14, 2009 by

Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer to strike today. More and more research, though, is revealing various ways in...

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Statin Drugs May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer in Obese Men

Jun 14, 2009 by

Statins are pharmaceutical drugs frequently prescribed to control and lower cholesterol levels. On top of that, they are often pushed...

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Prostate Cancer Patients Who Are Overweight More Likely to Succumb to the Diseas...

Jun 14, 2009 by

If you are overweight or obese, then please take serious note. Excess weight has been repeatedly shown to increase one’s risk of...

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Health Dangers of Mobile Phones

Jun 8, 2009 by

When a cellphone or mobile phone is placed next to a computer monitor or a television and an incoming signal is received, either for...

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Pancreatic Cancer Risk May Be Raised By Just Two Alcoholic Drinks Daily; How to ...

Jun 5, 2009 by

Most experts agree that alcohol, especially when drunk in large amounts, is very damaging on health, although some also feel that red...

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Cancer Risk in Women May Be Increased Even By Drinking a Little Alcohol

Jun 5, 2009 by

Some experts are adamant that alcohol of all forms is bad for health, taxing the liver and increasing one’s risk of many...

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Studies Reveal Anti-Cancer Properties of Fatty Fish, Olives, Fruits and Vegetabl...

Jun 3, 2009 by

Every day, as we go about our daily lives, there are probably hundreds of studies taking place on the subject of cancer and diet...

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Breast Cancer Recovery Using a Healing Diet and Plan – A Woman’s Sto...

Apr 17, 2009 by

A lady from Indiana, US, recently got in touch with and shared her journey of recovery from breast cancer. The protocol Marilyn Brent...

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How To Prevent and Beat Cancer – Insights Revealed By Recent Studies

Apr 17, 2009 by

A number of recent studies have highlighted some possible things we can do to prevent and beat cancer. The findings of these studies...

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Questions About Chemotherapy and Cancer Drugs

Apr 17, 2009 by

Often, we are told of the safety and effectiveness of modern medicine’s methods and treatment techniques. We are told that a...

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Vitamin B17 and Budwig Protocol – Learn About Two Important Alternative Ca...

Apr 17, 2009 by

There are literally dozens of alternative cancer treatment protocols out there which have more than decent, even excellent, track...

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Choosing Alternative Cancer Treatment, and Knowing the Failings of Chemotherapy

Apr 17, 2009 by

Many people turn to natural and herbal remedies for many minor ailments – headaches, itchy skin, tummy upsets and what not. But...

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Mental and Emotional Health Helps Prevent, Deal With and Beat Cancer

Mar 27, 2009 by

The role of mental and emotional health and wellbeing in the prevention of disease as well as the promotion of good health and...

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Miscellaneous Cancer Research and Information – Omega 6 Fatty Acids, Skin ...

Mar 27, 2009 by

Almost every day or every other day, there is news on studies which link certain foods or environmental factors with cancer. The great...

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German New Medicine – A Woman’s Healing From Ovarian Cancer and Peri...

Mar 20, 2009 by

Have you ever heard of German New Medicine, or GNM for short? I hadn’t, until I recently conversed with a lady who fully...

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Vitamin K1 may Protect Postmenopausal Women with Osteopenia Against Fractures an...

Mar 10, 2009 by

When it comes to bone health, the nutrient which immediately comes to mind is calcium; not many people know much about the role of...

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Running and Health of Elderly Persons – Positive Link Shown

Mar 3, 2009 by

An American study has shown a positive link between running and health of elderly persons. This study dispels myths about how running...

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Cancer Survivors Find It Harder To Be Employed

Feb 19, 2009 by

Cancer, without doubt, is a much feared and potentially debilitating disease. Often, cancer sufferers, especially those who undergo...

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Gonorrhea and Sexual Promiscuity Increase Prostate Cancer Risk

Feb 19, 2009 by

A study conducted at the University of Michigan has found that men who had previously suffered from gonorrhea have a higher risk of...

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How Safe Exactly are Artificial or Synthetic Playing Turfs?

Feb 4, 2009 by

Artificial or synthetic playing turfs are increasingly being installed and used in place of grass fields. But how safe exactly are...

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Smoking During Pregnancy Increases Children’s Risk of Cancer In Future

Jan 15, 2009 by

Pregnant woman who smoke are increasing the risk of their children getting serious cancer later in life. This was revealed in a study...

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If Oncologists Won’t Use Chemotherapy, Why Should Anyone?

Jan 14, 2009 by

Would you allow a car mechanic who does not know how, or does not dare, to fix his own car, to fix yours? Would you dare to live a...

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Processed Foods Linked To Increased Lung Cancer Risk

Jan 14, 2009 by

The role of food, diet and nutrition in the development of chronic and degenerative diseases, including cancer, cannot be overstated....

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Since When Did Colonoscopies Prevent Cancer?

Jan 14, 2009 by

I have been seeing some stories lately about how colonoscopy is only effective for detecting cancer in the left side of the colon...

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Native Mexican Diet Linked To Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Jan 13, 2009 by

A study, called the Four-Corners Breast Cancer Study, was carried out to ascertain how specific dietary choices affected breast cancer...

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Many Women Put Through Unnecessary Surgical Breast Biopsies

Jan 13, 2009 by

A study has suggested that almost 600,000 out of the 1.6 million women who undergo breast biopsies are in fact going through...

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Smoking Linked to Increased Colorectal Cancer Risk

Jan 13, 2009 by

A study carried out in Italy has revealed that smoking increases the risk of getting colorectal cancer by about 18%, as well as of...

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Moisturizers Found to Contain Oestrogens; Would Raise Breast Cancer Risk

Jan 13, 2009 by

Breast cancer patients who use moisturizers, please take note – you may be putting oestrogen into your bodies without even realizing...

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