Most accept that air pollution causes lung-related conditions like asthma and allergies. Turns out that air pollution causes other cancers, including breast cancer.
Tagged: lung cancer
What we eat can really make a difference in reducing our cancer risk. New research finds that cancer incidence is reduced by foods high in zinc and iron.
New research links eating high glycemic foods with lung cancer. What are high glycemic foods? Learn what the research means and how it can help us avoid lung cancer and other cancers.
Several large studies over the past year have indicated that hay fever increases the risk of certain cancers and reduces the risk of other cancers.
Research has revealed that a central constituent of the traditional herb Greater Burdock not only eliminates lung cancer cells and other cancer cell lines, but boosts memory.
Multiple studies and large scale reviews of studies proves with hundreds of thousands of cancer patients that Chinese herbal medicine offers significant treatment for many cancers. Why isn’t western medicine embracing Traditional Chinese Medicine for cancer treatment?
Researchers from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine have determined that deficiencies in two common food nutrients – riboflavin and methionine – are linked to higher rates of lung cancer among women.
A recent U.S. Geological Survey report has found that asbestos consumption by Americans increased 13% in 2011, as cancers and other asbestos-related ailments continue to increase.
9/11 First responders are still dealing with cancers and other conditions from the World Trade Center attacks. One thing is clear: Our buildings are being made with toxins that, when they are demolished, will poison us for many years to come.
The newly published CDC’s “Annual report to the nation on the status of cancer, 1975–2008” has determined that overall cancer incidence for adults – especially adult men – is down slightly, but for kids and women, cancers are up. The study, conducted by...
Last week the Surgeon General released a report showing that the decline in smoking among young people has slowed in recent years. The report characterized smoking among young people as an epidemic. It found that one of every four kids in high school...
Swedish researchers have found that eating red meat significantly increases a man’s risk of pancreatic cancer, and eating processed meats increases both men’s and women’s risk of contracting pancreatic cancer – considered one of the deadliest cancers. The research, from Sweden’s National Institute...
Researchers from the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France have found that the Mediterranean diet reduces cancer risk. The researchers studied 142,605 men and 335,873 women. They graded adherence to the Med diet with a 0-9 score. Among the whole...