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Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, transmission can increase skin, mouth, and throat cancer risk

Human papillomavirus infection, or HPV, transmission can increase the risk of skin cancer, mouth cancer, and throat cancer, according to findings discussed by experts at Duke University and published in the well-respected medical journal PLOS. Every year, at least six million people in the United States get an HPV infection. In the majority of cases, here to read more

Eat Less To Prolong Your Life

Dr. Victor Marchione shares his views on controversial new food theory Here you are, trying to get in your five to 10 fruits and vegetables a day, drink more water and cut down on those Peak Freans cookies with vanilla yogurt cream filling. Tasty! A balanced diet with proper nutrition – and less bad fats here to read more


Cancer Prevention: Lower Your Meat Intake

The statistics are almost overwhelming. In 2013, about 1,600 Americans died of cancer each day, the American Cancer Society says. Cancer remains the second most common cause of death in the United States, accounting for nearly one of every four deaths. It’s no wonder cancer prevention constantly is on the minds of health advocates, but here to read more

Breathalyser: The New Way To Diagnose Lung Cancer

Breathalysers can do more than determine blood-alcohol levels in roadside police checks for people driving under the influence. A new non-invasive technology to test the breath for exhaled “biomarkers” of lung cancer is in development for early detection of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death in the United States. One challenge with lung here to read more