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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

‘Cocktail’ of everyday chemicals contributes to cancer risk

A cocktail of 50 common chemicals, some found in foods and objects we use daily, could be contributing to the global cancer epidemic, new research has found

23 June, 2015

Longer life for lovers of tree nuts and peanuts

A new study confirms a link between peanut and tree nut intake and lower mortality rates, but finds no protective effect for peanut butter.

11 June, 2015

Drink chamomile tea to lower thyroid cancer risk

A small has study found that chamomile tea consumption lowered the risk of thyroid cancer development.

4 May, 2015

GMO herbicide glyphosate is a ‘probable human carcinogen’

An international panel of experts has declared glyphosate – the active ingredient of Roundup herbicide, used widely on GMOs – to be a human carcinogen

23 March, 2015

Choose the vegetarian option to lower risk of colorectal cancers

Eating a vegetarian diet, especially if it includes some fish, is associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancers says a new study

10 March, 2015

Colouring used in some sodas poses cancer risk

Soda drinkers are ingesting caramel food colouring, a substance that can raise cancer risk over a lifetime, say researchers

23 February, 2015