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Eat more cereal fibre to reduce heart disease & cancer deaths

A new analysis claims that regularly eating cereal fibre could reduce the risk of heart disease-related deaths by up to 18% and cancer deaths by 15%.

11 July, 2016

Could broccoli sprout extract help prevent oral cancer?

New evidence confirms that broccoli sprout extract can switch on genes that aid the body’s own efforts to detoxify itself of carcinogenic substances.

4 July, 2016

Does ancient algae offer new hope for hard-to-treat cancers?

A unique type of blue-green algae has shown real promise in the treatment of rare types of brain and breast cancers.

8 April, 2016

Frankincense extract prevents radiation-induced skin damage

Radiation treatment for breast cancer can induce complex skin wounds, but a cream containing frankincense extracts has been shown to reduce the damage.

25 March, 2016

Omega-3 supplements could help protect against breast cancer

For overweight women supplementing with the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA may help keep breasts healthy and lower the risk of breast cancer.

16 March, 2016

Neem extract shows promise as pancreatic cancer treatment

A natural extract derived from India’s neem tree could potentially be used to treat pancreatic cancer, according to a new study.

12 February, 2016

Omega-3s supportive in pancreatic cancer

Adding omega-3 fatty acids to anti-cancer medications may improve treatment response and quality of life for pancreatic cancer patients, according to a new study.

2 December, 2015

Yoga benefits men with prostate cancer

A twice weekly yoga session improved quality of life and reduced side effects of conventional treatment in men with prostate cancer

1 December, 2015

WHO agency: Processed meat is a human carcinogen

The scientific link between bowel cancer and processed meat such as bacon, sausages and deli meats is now stronger than ever.

26 October, 2015

Green tea ingredient targets oral cancer cells

A compound found in green tea may trigger a cycle that kills oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone, according to new research

13 October, 2015