Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the prostate gland of the male reproductive system. This year alone, over two hundred thousand cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed by doctors in the United States. But, while most men are being encouraged to undergo a prostate cancer screening (PSA test), the medical committee of the American College of Physicians are warning men about the potentially harmful effects of prostate …Read more
Bursting with nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, pectin and fiber, mothers have been telling their children for generations that an apple a day can keep the doctor away. Now, research has uncovered yet another reason that apples are one of nature’s most potent medicines – and may even act as a natural cancer cure.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, and incredibly, new studies have recently discovered an inverse relationship between the consumption of …Read more
Go into an average house, office, or even a coffee shop today, and you will be enveloped by a web of radiation arising from mobile phones, tablets, computers, wireless routers and a host of other gadgets. But unlike cobwebs that can be easily cleared away with a wave of a hand, we can do nothing about this invisible web of continuous electromagnetic radiation that surrounds us – and even passes through us – every single day.
For many people, the …Read more
There are many risk factors for breast cancer that women are routinely told to stay away from; and for years, medical experts have been telling us that drinking alcohol is one of them. However, a recent study has spun the argument on its head again, indicating that modest alcohol consumption could actually improve survival rates for breast cancer patients.
A study conducted at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle could lend …Read more