On most days, you do what you can to brush your teeth both morning and night. But some nights, you fall asleep before you make it to the bathroom to get things done. While this seems like a harmless habit, it might not be if you do it repeatedly.
A new study published in the journal Cancer Research has revealed that not brushing your teeth can increase your risk of throat cancer. The study foun... ››› more
Throat cancer is a type of head and neck cancer that becomes more common with age and is more common in man than in woman. There are three areas of your throat that throat cancer can affect: Your larynx, the area of your throat used for speaking; your nasopharynx, the area of your throat just behind your nose; or your oropharynx, the middle part of your throat.
Throat cancer symptoms vary depen... ››› more
It's been all the newspapers could write about this week: Did Michael Douglas blame oral sex for his throat cancer or not? While the jury's still out on this one, today FSP Health investigates this claim: Can oral sex really give you throat cancer?
In an eye-poppingly candid interview with the Guardian on Sunday night, actor Michael Douglas, said his cancer was caused by the HPV STD, which is t... ››› 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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