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Turmeric – from the kitchen to the clinic

Turmeric contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds which may account for its many medicinal benefits

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Substance in milk thistle puts the brakes on bowel cancer

Silibinin, the active constituent in milk thistle can help reduce inflammation in the gut and may have a role to play in bowel cancer prevention

15 April, 2014
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New evidence that peaches could inhibit breast cancer spread

Scientists have found that the amount of antioxidant polyphenols you’d get from eating just 2 peaches a day could help stop breast cancer spreading

7 April, 2014
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Can vitamin A stop cancer before it starts?

Tiny amounts of the vitamin A derivative, retionoic acid, may be able to stop pre-cancerous cells from developing into full-blown cancer

3 April, 2014
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More fruit and veg – the ‘secret’ of a long, healthy life

Improvements in health rise and the risk of dying prematurely drops for every daily portion of fresh vegetables and fruits we consume, according to a new study

1 April, 2014
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Beer marinade makes grilled and barbecued meat safer

Science can be fun! Researchers find that marinating meat in beer can help reduce the formation of carcinogenic substances called PAHs

28 March, 2014
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Vitamin D improves breast cancer survival rate

New data suggests there is there is no compelling reason not to incorporate vitamin D supplements into standard care regimens for breast cancer

25 March, 2014
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High-dose vitamin C, benefits for ovarian cancer

Large intravenous doses of vitamin C may help reduce the toxic effects of conventional chemotherapy in some patients

10 February, 2014
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Eating more tomatoes could lower breast cancer risk

A tomato-rich diet may provide more protection against breast cancer in at-risk postmenopausal women than soya

31 December, 2013
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Study reveals the anti-cancer properties of spices

A new study has found that pungent spices like pepper and ginger can protect against DNA damage and the spread of cancer cells

30 December, 2013
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Vitamin D supplements – are they beneficial or not?

Vitamin D deficiency can harm health, but can supplementation help? The answer may depend on the dose

6 December, 2013
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