They say that tea is like a hug in a cup, but a new Chinese study suggests otherwise. According to the study, drinking scalding hot tea can increase the risk of oesophageal in people who drink alcohol and smoke - two habits that make cancer more likely.
The study found that Chinese adults who drank at least one glass of wine, beer or cocktail as well as a scalding hot cup of tea daily were five... ››› more
According to a new report, people who drink and are overweight are at higher risk for two of the most common types of oesophageal cancer.
In the report compiled by experts at the AICR and the World Cancer Research Fund, it was revealed that one third - that's about 5,600 per year - of oesophageal cancer cases in the United States could be prevented if people didn't drink and maintained a health... ››› more
Over the past couple of years, there's been a huge rise in rates of oesophageal cancer, which is cancer that rises from the oesophagus - the muscular food pipe that runs between the throat and stomach.
According to researchers, this surge may be largely due to a lack of awareness about the causes of oesophageal cancer and how to prevent it. However, they've have identified treating heartburn a... ››› more
According to Nutrition & Healing, drinking carbonated beverages is fast becoming known as an unacknowledged ‘drinking problem.' And if you don't take this drinking problem seriously, it might just cause you oesophageal cancer. Read on to discover the link between fizzy drinks and oesophageal cancer. A group of doctors in India who specialise in digestive disorders delivered a disturbing report a... ››› more
When it comes to your waistline and your health, it's generally accepted that you should stay far, far away from sugar. But when it comes to fighting one of the deadliest cancers, oesophageal cancer, sugar might not be the enemy. Read on to discover why… There are already a few exceptions when it comes to the ‘stay away from sugar’ rule.
For instance, D-mannose can wipe out a nasty urinar... ››› more
Obesity's long been linked to health problems that drastically shorten your life. Now there's another reason to pay attention to your weight: The stomach acid reflux or heartburn often associated with overeating's now been linked to the recent rise in cancer of the gullet or oesophageal cancer. Here's how to prevent oesophageal cancer in the long run by cutting down on heartburn!
Cancer of the ... ››› more
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