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
Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, and the World Health Organization records 7.6 million cancer deaths in 2008. Research is continually been conducted to learn more about this deadly disease, and to develop new treatment options for individuals diagnosed with cancer. Recently, researchers from the University of Alberta were able to use the deadly effects of caffeine on fruit flies to gain a better understanding of how caffeine can be used towards new cancer therapies for humans.
For years, cancer statistics have shown that the average age for first diagnosis of breast cancer in women is over the age of 50. Now new research is revealing that cancer in younger women is on the rise – and it isn’t necessarily early stage breast cancer. A national study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association states that the rate of late stage breast cancer appears to be increasing amongst young women.
Up until recently, regular breast …Read more
Before you pick up that glass of wine tonight, you may want to consider that new research has found that even one drink per day can increase your cancer risk. The study, conducted by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, found that alcohol was responsible for about 3.5% of all cancer deaths in 2009 in the United States. And while you may think only heavy drinkers are affected, even light to moderate drinkers were at a significant increased risk of …Read more