Making good food choices is hands down the easiest and most effective way to sidestep cancer. In fact, its estimated that one third of all American cancer deaths may be diet-related. And that, or course, means that they are preventable!Read More
You probably think of the supplement glucosamine as a builder of cartilage that can help prevent arthritis or ease arthritis pain. New research shows the supplement can also help prevent lung cancer!
Researchers from the Cancer Prevention Unit at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle studied nearly 75,000 adults (aged 50 to 76) for 10 years. They found that those with a high use of glucosamine had a 23% lower risk of developing lung cancer.
New research gives female coffee devotees another reason for indulging in their favorite beverage. According to CBS News, a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Research found that women who drank at least four cups of coffee a day have a 25 percent lower probability of developing endometrial cancer. This is the latest addition to a growing number of scientific investigations linking the popular beverage to health benefits.Read More
Taking vitamin C, E and selenium may help drastically reduce risk of death from gastric cancer (stomach cancer) and esophageal cancer, according to a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.Read More
Vitamin D has been touted in the news recently as the new miracle vitamin, and the importance and benefits of vitamin D supplementation has been discussed at length by media giants from Oprah Winfrey to Dr. Phil. Vitamin D supplementation does seem to be linked with benefits, according to a nutrition specialist in Penn States College of Agricultural Sciences.Read More
According to study published in the journal Cancer Research, wild, poisonous mushrooms growing in a Southwest China forest carry a compound that seems to be effective in helping a cancer killing drug live up to its promise.Read More
A Wayne State University researcher has shown that compounds found in soybeans can make radiation treatment of lung cancer tumors more effective while helping to preserve normal tissue.Read More
Breast cancer survivors who eat a healthy dose of omega-3 fats – found largely in oily fish like salmon, tuna and mackerel – may have some extra energy throughout their day, according to a U.S. study.Read More
Leea Indica or Bandi-coot Berry is a small herbal tree found in many parts of the country. There have been scientific research studies of late on the medicinal properties of Leea Indica and they indicate its antioxidant properties. Thanks to these it is considered a natural medicine for the inhibition or prevention of cancer.Read More
A government test used to measure the radiation people absorb from their cellphones might underestimate the levels to which most adults and children are exposed, according to a group of doctors and researchers whose stated mission is to promote awareness of environmental health risks they believe may be linked to cancer.Read More