Colorectal Cancer Rates Rise Among Younger People

A growing number of people in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s are being dianosed with colon cancer.
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Using UV Light To Kill Coronavirus

There is growing interest in using ultraviolet light as a way to damage and kill viruses such as COVID19.
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Talcum Powder Alternatives

Talcum powder, also known as baby powder, has been used for decades on the skin of babies to prevent diaper rash, those suffering from eczema and to prevent chaffing in sensitive areas. Most recently a jury awarded $29 million to a woman who says she got cancer from using baby powder. There have...
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Meatballs Diminish The Health Benefits From Tomato Sauce

Peanut Butter and Jelly, peas and carrots, burger and fries. Some foods are just made to pair together but next time you make spaghetti and meatballs, you should ditch the meatballs if you want to reap all the health benefits from the meal. A new study finds that the anti-cancer properties of...
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Men Are More Likely To Die From Skin Cancer

Skin cancer accounts for more than 50% of all cancers combined with 90% of it caused by the sun . Although men and women are equally prone to skin cancer, white men are more likely than women to die of skin cancer. And the reason for this statistical inequality is absurd. Many men find the topic of...
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Mole-Checking Apps Do Have Limitations

One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 . That's a lot of people! The good news is with early detection, many skin cancers can be removed before they cause major problems. That's lead to a slew of phone apps to check moles for any signs of cancer. The apps claim to analyze your...
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Two Food Mistakes That May Increase Your Risk Of Cancers

It's pretty common knowledge that smoking can cause cancer. It's also know that not exercising and a poor diet can also increase your chances of developing cancer. Now a new report narrows it down even further to two diet mistakes that are most closely linked to cancer. The study, published in the...
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We Are Sitting More Than Ever And That Is Not Good

Americans sit an average of 10 hours a day pecking at keyboard, binging on Netflix and scrolling through social media feeds. While sitting behind a desk has been a social norm for quite a while, many new technologies have the potential of adding more sitting time then we had a decade ago...
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SPF Moisturizers Not As Effective As Traditional Sunscreen

Many people rely on SPF moisturizers to keep their skin hydrated, reduce their risk of cancer and keep them looking young. But a study suggests these lotions may fail to protect us against skin cancer. Researchers found that nearly 17% (16.6%) of the face is missed when we apply creams with added...
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Woman Host "Boob Voyage" Party Prior To Mastectomy

Progress is being made in the war again cancer as the American Cancer Society reported overall cancer deaths were down nearly 2% from 2017 to 2018, continuing a trend of more survivors beating their cancer. Breast cancer death rates declined a whopping 39% from 1989 to 2015 thanks to improvements...
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