Breast cancer appears to be taking over the world.
In the last few months we heard of Angelina Jolie's fight to keep breast cancer from claiming her life. She publicly spoke about her double mastectomy and how her risk was because of her genes.
Just recently, she had her ovaries removed too, as they were creating a 50% ovarian cancer risk.
Now there's another beautiful celebrity going ... ››› more
As if having prostate cancer isn't bad enough, your favourite foods are making it worse.
Especially if you enjoy eating a juicy, thick steak and other foods containing saturated fat, like cheese and butter.
Researchers at the University of Queensland discovered the activation of two proteins caused by eating these types of foods and how it makes your prostate cancer more aggr... ››› more
Prostate cancer is one of the worst types of cancer around the globe.
The worst thing about it is you're likely to receive the diagnosis only once the cancer is in its late stages.
It's just THAT difficult to detect.
And that means your survival rate is significantly lower compared to other forms of cancer, because, by then, there's no telling how many of your other tissues are invaded... ››› more
You might be an avid fan of green tea. After all, you know about its antioxidant benefits, its ability to boost your immune system and even help you control your weight.
So what could be better than that?
White tea, of course.
And while you don't have to give up drinking green tea - or black tea for that matter - because both still have excellent health benefits, if you really want to ... ››› more
The latest statistics coming out of South Africa on the cancer front reveal at least one in five people will develop cancer in their lifetime.
That's a whopping 20% of all people alive today!
Just look around you. If you sit near four other people, which one of you do you think will develop the devastating disease?
A scary thought, right?
Sadly, it's a reality. And the only way to ... ››› 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
Whether you're following the Banting Diet or simply cutting carbs to lose weight, you need to rethink your diet for optimal health, says Prevention.com.
Not only is eating too much animal protein bad for you and it can actually CAUSE cancer, but eating too few carbs means you're missing out on some of the best cancer fighting foods.
Not all carbs are bad for you. And that... ››› more
As you get older, you develop an enlarged prostate. The cells in your prostate simply proliferate and the gland becomes bigger. And while you might not develop any symptoms because of it, as the cells grow and multiply there's a chance they'll become cancerous.
And that's why you need to watch your diet to prevent prostate cancer!
Read on to discover one of the biggest cancer-causing culp... ››› more
Green tea is great for many aspects of your health, but now scientists believe it may also help prevent prostate cancer! Read on to discover the effect green tea can have on your prostate health.
Newly discovered secret tumour triggers...
Does testosterone cause prostate cancer? Experts now think high levels of the female horm... ››› more
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