There's a green herb with a pretty orange fruit that looks like a gooseberry, growing in the drier regions of India.
And research over the years has shown that the animals who eat it regularly, don't get cancer.
But now, research has turned to finding out how it can help in humans too - and it's showing huge potential…
Read on to find out how this herb can turn your body into a cance... ››› more
Cancer can develop in any cell tissue in the body.
Each cell has a built-in braking system to regulate growth. If that system fails, the cell becomes a runaway train of unregulated growth. These aberrant cells continue to grow. They divide and multiply until they become their own tissue cluster that spreads throughout the body.
Today, we explore why people get cancer and how this informat... ››› more
There's a real risk of you developing cancer in the future. But that doesn't mean it's not possible to put a stop to it. You can!
And it's as simple as making a few changes to your life.
Read on to uncover the three secrets to maintaining a cancer-free future…
Beat cancer the natural way with these three tips
Tip #1: If you smoke, quit
One of the most common – and preventa... ››› more
Colon cancer is the most common cancer across the globe. But it's the most preventable, say researchers.
So why is it that people are “allowing” this devastation to wreck their lives and their health.
And how can you protect yourself from it?
Read on to find out.
Go for screening early to protect yourself from invasive colon cancer
The reason many older people – over the ... ››› more
With the rate of disease soaring to new levels across the country, you don't have an option but to change your diet and follow a healthy eating plan.
But even though it's about your overall health and being able to prevent disease, changing your entire diet is a daunting task.
That's why today, we're telling you that you DON'T have to eat like a caveman, you don't have to gorge yourself on... ››› more
Cancer is one of the fastest growing illnesses around the globe.
And it's the reason “Campaigning for Cancer, “PinkDrive” and “More Balls Than Most” launched their “So how much do you know?” project.
When they gathered the results, it was clear there's a stigma about cancer in South Africa.
And that's why, today, ER24 is providing more about the truths and myths about can... ››› more
There's huge debate about cancer prevention and treatment.
Scientists, the pharmaceutical industry and natural health activists and experts are all up in a tizz about what you should do when it comes to your health and cancer.
But it seems that natural cancer treatment is winning. And it's not that there's no scientific evidence that it works; there is!
The problem is, when you can tre... ››› more
The more experts look into natural health, the more they find out about the real benefits that food has on your health.
Some scientists still refuse to believe and acknowledge that food on its own can prevent and even cure disease like cancer. But they can't deny the proof is rolling in thick and fast.
A study that's still underway has more evidence. Scientists are looking at how some of t... ››› more
At 34, Pat Reeves got the devastating diagnosis that she had a brain tumour.
Her doctor also told her it would be fatal unless she received the appropriate treatment. But even then they couldn't guarantee that treatment would keep her alive.
Despite this she decided pills, radiotherapy and even surgery wouldn't be they way she was going to tackle her disease. She was going to go the natura... ››› more
Just 20 years ago it was rare to directly know someone battling with cancer. But nowadays, it's the opposite. It's uncommon to find someone whose life cancer hasn't had an effect on.
In fact, it's likely that it's you yourself. And you're looking for ways to beat cancer or lower your cancer risk.
That's why, today, we're revealing some of the best cancer fighting foods. And you can easily ... ››› more
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