Alternative Cancer Articles

Vitamin Vitality

When Mark Masthay shines light on vegetable molecules to learn more about lung cancer, he's continuing research that began when he forgot to keep that same chemical in the dark. Mark was a grad student then, at Carnegie Mellon University... Continue Reading

Posted January 2007 | Permanent Link

Exercise Lowers Colon Cancer Risk

Keeping physically active can significantly cut the risk of colon cancer, international research shows. Scientists analysed data from 413,000 people in 10 European countries, and found physically active people were 22% less likely to develop the disease. They said an... Continue Reading

Posted December 2006 | Permanent Link

Obesity Ups Risk for Colon, Throat Cancers

Obesity is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer, while obesity and smoking both raise the odds for throat malignancies, two new studies find. In the first study, University of Tokyo researchers examined the effect of body mass index... Continue Reading

Posted May 2005 | Permanent Link

Not All Calcium-fortified Foods Provide Same Benefits

Millions of consumers who buy calcium-fortified products to get more calcium into their diets may be in for a surprise. According to research conducted by Robert P. Heaney, M.D., professor of medicine at Creighton University Medical Center, calcium-fortified products, typically... Continue Reading

Posted May 2005 | Permanent Link

Laughter May Be the Best Medicine

In hospitals, nursing homes and private clubs all around the country, "certified laughter leaders" are teaching the therapeutic value of mirth, not by telling jokes, but simply pretending to laugh, so that forced hee-hee-hees eventually become honest-to-goodness giggles. [ABC News:... Continue Reading

Posted May 2005 | Permanent Link

Green tea shown to prevent prostate cancer

Taking a concentrated version of green tea prevented prostate cancer in a group of men at a high risk of developing the disease in a new study. [cancerfacts.com]... Continue Reading

Posted May 2005 | Permanent Link

Processed meats linked to pancreatic cancer

Eating lots of hot dogs, sausages and luncheon meats, along with other forms of processed meat, may boost your risk of pancreatic cancer say researchers. [cancerfacts.com]... Continue Reading

Posted May 2005 | Permanent Link



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