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No other herb has had as many culinary and medicinal uses throughout history - now science is confirming its multiple benefits
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Lifestyle changes prevent bowel cancer

A combination of five key healthy behaviours is associated with a reduction in the risk of developing bowel cancer by more than a third


14 October, 2014
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Scientists probe the anti-cancer properties of wild North American berry

The wild berry extract known as Aronia, has an anticancer-effect and may even strengthen the effectiveness of cancer drug treatment, say scientists


25 September, 2014
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Study suggests soya could up breast cancer risk for some

Many women believe soya can help lower their risk of breast cancer, but a new study suggest caution is needed


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Broccoli sprout juice aids detox

A fascinating new study has shown that a beverage made with broccoli sprouts helps the body rid itself of cancer-causing chemicals


18 June, 2014
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Scientists probe green tea’s protective effects in pancreatic cancer

Bioactive compounds in green tea stop cancer cells from growing by disrupting their metabolic functions, study shows


2 June, 2014
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Health risks for women and men from industrial chemicals

Two new studies have linked industrial chemicals to breast cancer and damaged sperm – how many more before we take this stuff seriously?!


15 May, 2014
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Vitamin D deficiency linked to aggressive prostate cancer

New research suggests that vitamin D deficiency could be an important indicator of aggressive prostate cancer


5 May, 2014
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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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