Results from an analysis published in Nature Genetics could help us understand which men are at the highest risk of developing testicular cancer and alert them to get screened for this easy-to-treat type of cancer….
The results reveal new genetic locations that could be susceptible to inherited testicular germ cell tumours. The scientists behind the analysis, from the Testicular Cancer Consor... ››› more
A body of previous research suggests that the latest human papillomavirus (HPV) - a vaccine that prevents infection by certain types of the human papillomavirus - could prevent most infection and millions of cancers worldwide.
The latest on this topic is an article published by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), which describes that the HPV vaccine could drastically reduce cervic... ››› more
All along you've been told that a reduction in belly fat is associated with lower levels of breast cancer markers. But a new study published in the journal Endocrine-Related Cancer has found that it's actually a reduction in overall body fat that's associated with lower risk of breast cancer!
Researchers behind this study say the results highlight the importance of maintaining a healthy weight ... ››› more
It goes without saying that a prostate cancer diagnosis may be an especially perilous time for men because of the cancer. But prostate cancer death isn't the only risk tied to the first few months after diagnosis…
According to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer are almost twice as likely to commit suicide and die o... ››› more
Nowadays, doctors are now recommending that prostate cancer patients don't use traditional medical cancer treatment unless the cancer is highly progressed - especially if the man is older than 60.
But that doesn't mean that prostate cancer patients shouldn't do all that they can to fight prostate cancer…
Read on for four herbs that are effective at reducing existing prostate cancer and pr... ››› more
Following a moderate or intense exercise programme isn't just good for relieving stress and mental tension, losing and controlling your weight, keeping your heart healthy, cutting your risk of some cancers and strengthening your joints and bones...
According to a new study by The American Cancer Society that was presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in ... ››› more
If you've been looking for a breakfast that calms inflammation and prevents cancer, look no further than chia pudding! Both for great your thyroid and breasts, chia seeds are chockfull of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which also help balance your hormones and lower your risk of heart disease.
Some research has even found that chia seeds have a regulating effect on insulin resistance, which m... ››› more
For centuries, various cultures around the world have been using essential oils for religious ceremonies, traditional healing and personal aromatic therapies.
Records from ancient civilisations in India, China, Egypt and Greece all may homage to these plant-derived oils and their remarkable health and wellness benefits.
When it comes to chronic diseases like cancer, most of us frown upon the... ››› more
Women go on the birth control pill for many different reasons - to prevent pregnancy, regulate their periods, decrease menstrual cramps and prevent acne, to name a few.
And the benefits don't stop there, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Researchers behind this study found that the pill may even help prevent cancer for at least 30 years! Read... ››› more
You think that you're protecting your health by grilling your food. But you're you're WRONG!
Yes, grilling is a healthy cooking technique adapted by our ancestors AKA the Paleo folk. But improper grilling methods can be hazardous to your health! Does this mean you have to give up the sizzling steaks? Not at all.
By simply following a couple of rules for safe grilling, you can safeguard you a... ››› more
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