You also might've already read my recent article on how broccoli is a potent tool in activating cancer-fighting genes , but here's more good news.
A new study has found that broccoli sprout extract can significantly protect you from two types of cancer: Head and neck.
Incorporating this extract into your diet can help you avoid developing either of these two cancers. And who doesn't want to a... ››› more
Tooth cavities are bad, right?
Not when it comes to your cancer risk, reveal researchers at the University of New York.
They've revealed that “people with more cavities in their teeth may have a reduced risk for some head and neck cancers.”
Read on to discover the surprising reason why…
What’s the link between tooth cancer and a lower cancer risk?
Over the pas... ››› more
If you swish mouthwash to sweeten your breath, whiten your teeth, fight infection or make your mouth feel really clean, listen up.
Heavy use of mouthwash may lead to a higher risk of oral cancer!
Research suggests that people who rinse with mouthwash more than three times a day have a greater chance of developing mouth and throat cancer.
And for people who wear dentures and use mouthwash,... ››› more
As with any patient suffering from cancer, nutrition forms a huge part of the treatment process and recovery. But how do we expect to “force” a patient with oral cancer to eat. It's most likely the last thing they want to do. But there are ways to overcome the difficulties while providing your body with as much nutrition as possible.
A healthy diet in a patient that has cancer is different ... ››› more
Oral cancer came to the forefront in June, when Michael Douglas went public with the reason behind his throat cancer. That's surprising considering around 4,722 people in South Africa are diagnosed with oral cancer every year. Don't become a statistic! Put this on your dinner plate to protect yourself…
Oral cancer is the name for the group of cancers that occur in the head and neck. It includ... ››› more
Turns out there's a medical reason for Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page's soft, raspy voice. He revealed on a public Google+ page on Tuesday that he's been being diagnosed with partially paralysed vocal cords. Here's what to do if you regularly suffer from a scratchy, sore throat so you catch a more serious infection in its tracks…
Google CEO Larry Page’s voice is so raspy and so... ››› more
Michael Douglas' throat cancer shocked the world, despite the fact that he was a smoker. But now, non-smokers are at risk of throat cancer too, as HPV's been linked to oral cancer. It's the perfect time to make sure you don't already have the warning signs of oral cancer. Because we're just two weeks away from April, which is being dubbed as Oral Cancer Awareness Month by the Oral Cancer Foundatio... ››› more
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