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Your Emotions Influence the Spread of Cancer

With extensive research on the link between emotions and cancer, extended psychological stress has been found to affect not only a person’s mental health, but also their overall ability to fight off illness and cancer.  The long-understood stress-cancer link has been further solidified by a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. According here to read more

How to Calculate Your Cancer Risk

  Almost everyone has had a frightening experience with cancer, either directly or indirectly. If you’re like most people, you would do anything to lower your cancer risk. Approximately 1 in 8 American women and 1 in 9 Canadian women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. A woman who has a high breast cancer here to read more

Soybeans May Fight Cancer and HIV

Cancer and HIV are amongst the two most feared diseases in the world today, and rightly so. While other major killers like type-2 diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure all have manageable remedies and treatment methods, conventional medicine has not yet found a cure for cancer or HIV. Fortunately, experts are constantly discovering natural here to read more


New Method of Killing Cancer Cells, Without the Side-Effects

Researchers from the BC Cancer Agency Research Centre may have developed a new alternative cancer treatment that can be used to treat rapidly growing cancer cells without destroying surrounding healthy cells.  This new discovery could revolutionize the way in which cancer is treated in the future by offering a radiation and chemotherapy alternative. What is here to read more

Can Folic Acid Reduce Cancer Risk?

Folic acid (also referred to as folate and B9) is a vital B-vitamin that helps the body make the genetic materials necessary to make new cells. This means that all the life stages and processes in the body that involve growth and development rely upon folic acid,  such as pregnancy, infancy, and adolescence, and heart here to read more

If Caffeine Can Kill Us…Can It Also Kill Cancer?

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 here to read more

Top 3 Male Cancers and Their Warning Signs

Approximately 41 percent of all Americans will develop cancer at some point in their lives. Breast cancer, lung cancer and colorectal cancer are the top 3 cancers that effect women, and below is an explanation of the top three cancers that affect men. Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and here to read more

Men, Women and Lung Cancer Risk

Research published in The New England Journal of Medicine brings to light disturbing trends that are being seen in female smokers in today’s society. The research reports that the risk of death from smoking cigarettes has been increasing for women over the past few decades and is now almost at the same level as it here to read more

4 Cancer Myths You Need to Know

Approximately 40 percent of all Americans will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. This statistic is certainly scary, and hopefully, as we learn more about cancer, we will be able to reduce that number in the future. Until that happens however, you probably want to do everything that you can to reduce your here to read more

Men are More Likely to Die From Cancer

In the gender battle for who is more physically fit, the male/female war could continue indefinite. But when it comes to one of the big players within the health industry, there is one specific gender who has a real uphill battle when it comes to maintaining their good health into their golden years. Cancer is here to read more