Eating “ultra-processed” foods could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer among men, new research has found.
Louise Fletcher, famed for her role as Nurse Ratched in the classic film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, battled cancer twice before her death.
Cancer is a deadly disease which can affect any cell in the body, but adequate changes may reduce a person’s risk.
The everyday painkiller was found to reduce the risk of inherited bowel cancer for at least ten years after stopping treatment. The finding is exciting but always speak to your doctor first before taking any form of medication.
Dr Michael Mosley has shared that three or more days of a simple activity a week can cut the risk of cancer.
Lung cancer is one of the four most common cancers in the UK, causing the deaths of around 34,000 people every year. As with all cancers it causes a range of symptoms, haemoptysis is one of them.
Some fish are more likely than others to retain toxic compounds found in marine algae after ingestion. These may have tumour-promoting effects that could be implicated in a series of gastrointestinal complications, including cancer.
SPEAKING on ITV’s This Morning, Doctor Nighat Arif has shared that a go-to pain relief could reduce the risk of certain cancer types.
MOST of us are told from a young age to brush our teeth twice a day. This simple act is vital when it comes to keeping our teeth clean and healthy, and to prevent potential decay. However, it could have another benefit – one which you might not expect.
An Ontario man with cancer is languishing in hospital in British Columbia because his local hospital does not have a bed available.