Surprising, right? Not that we advocate continuing to light up, given the proven health risks of cancer and increased risk for heart disease and obesity.
A new study, conducted by the Harefield Hospital in the U.K. and published in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery, reveals that transplanting the lungs of heavy smokers does not have an impact on patient outcomes after surgery.…Read more
If you regularly eat packaged or processed foods you may be exposing yourself to harmful, cancer-causing toxins.
New research published in the February 2014 edition of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health showed that many of the synthetic chemicals that are used in packaging and storing foods can leach into the food, potentially having a negative impact on your health long-term.Read more
It’s true. Each year, more than 4.6 million men and 3.5 million women die of cancer globally, according to the 2014 World Cancer Report – compiled by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and published by Cancer Research U.K. That puts the global rate of cancer deaths among men – 126 for every 100,000 people – 50 percent higher than …Read more
Countless soda studies have been linked to obesity. Harvard School of Public Health, for one, says rising consumption of soda is a major contributor to the obesity epidemic in the United States.
However, drinking what many health experts refer to as “liquid candy” has also been linked to cancer risk. …Read more