Judith from Philadelphia has had cancer eight times over the last 10 years. And it's not that her cancer came back. She developed a completely new type of cancer each time.
But she's not the only one.
It's becoming more and more common for people to develop cancer a second, third and even fourth time!
And it's one of the most important reasons you have to make the effort to prevent it ... ››› 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
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
Even if you're not always aware of them, as a woman, your breasts are important.
Think about how you'd feel if they were no longer there!
You get the idea.
And taking care of them in the right ways is essential to keeping them healthy, plump and cancer-free.
One of the best ways to do so is to ensure you get the right amount of zinc. And zinc is more important for your breasts than... ››› more
Just when you thought you were getting used to growing your moustache - or living with a guy who's growing his - for the month of Movember, there's something else you're going to have to learn to accept.
All over the world, men are posting pictures of themselves on social media grabbing their “nuts”.
Since November 1st, you're allowed to feel yourself up “publically... ››› more
If you eat apricot kernels, you MUST read this article…
This because, eating too many could have fatal consequences.
You see, some people have been eating hundreds of apricot kernels a couple times a day in the hope it'll prevent or even cure their cancer.
This because the active ingredient (amygdalin or vitamin B17) in apricot kernels has been used as a cancer treatment since the ea... ››› more
Imagine eating foods you enjoy instead of swallowing a bitter pill to beat cancer.
Well, it's entirely possible!
Especially when you add peaches and plums to your diet, reveals a study.
Both types of fruit contain such strong antioxidants evidence suggests they literally kill off cancer!
Studies on cancer cells at the Texas AgriLife labs showed even really aggressive types of cance... ››› more
Weight watchers and health fanatics alike love eating celery! Not only does it use more energy to chew the fibrous food than it contains, it's healthy for your diet too.
But a new study shows there's a more important reason to add celery to your diet!
It can protect you from cancer!
The research - funded by China's National Natural Science Foundation and America's National Cancer Insti... ››› more
You've stopped smoking, drink less alcohol and are eating a healthy diet and exercising. All in the name of lowering your cancer risk and improving your health.
But what about the factors you haven't thought of?
Worse, the things you do every day that you had no idea of their effects on your health and cancer risk.
Well, today, we're revealing ten every day factors ... ››› more
Thought you could get away with drinking a glass of wine at book club?
Even small amounts of alcohol are bad for you. In particular, your cancer risk.
Experts are saying alcohol increases your risk of dying from cancer 30%. And, if that's not shocking enough, 15% of these cancer-related deaths are a result of breast cancer.
So articles that say its safe for you to drin... ››› more
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