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Tomatoes help protect against skin cancer

A diet rich in tomatoes could reduce your chances of getting non-melanoma skin cancer by up to half, according to new research.

2 August, 2017

Chemicals in hair dyes, straighteners raise breast cancer risk

More evidence of a link between use of certain hair products, such as dyes and relaxers, and a raised risk of breast cancer in women has been uncovered by US researchers.

31 July, 2017

Get your carotenoids from food to help prevent lung cancer

New data suggests that consumption of fruits and vegetables rich in carotenoids and vitamin C to reduce lung cancer incidence among both smokers and non-smokers

11 July, 2017

Natural compounds in fruits and herbs halt prostate cancer

Encouraging news during International Men’s Health Week; laboratory experiments have shown that anti-inflammatory chemicals found naturally in foods have the power to halt the growth of prostate cancer cells.

16 June, 2017

Potential cancer benefits of a stimulating environment

Living in a stimulating environment has a wide range of mental health benefits – now research shows it may also have physical benefits, helping to speed wound healing and slow cancer.

26 April, 2017

Toxic sofas – the link with thyroid cancer

US scientists have discovered a link between the flame retardants used in furniture and a rise in the most common type of thyroid cancer.

11 April, 2017

Vitamin C makes cancer treatment more effective

Ultra-high doses of vitamin C could be a safe and potentially effective addition to cancer treatments, according to new research.

3 April, 2017

Vitamin C targets cancer stem cells

Vitamin C is up to ten times more effective at stopping cancer cell growth than common pharmaceuticals according to a new study by UK scientists.

9 March, 2017

Natural compound could help stop the spread of deadly breast cancer

A natural compound found in plants like thyme, parsley, celery and broccoli could help stop the spread of a particularity deadly type of breast cancer.

27 January, 2017

Lack of sleep ups men’s cancer risk

New evidence shows that men who have worked night shifts for more than 20 years, or who work night shifts without daytime napping, may have an increased risk of cancer.

2 December, 2016