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posted by Sarah Villarias on 01/23/2013 11:00 PM

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BBC News Magazine boasts: "Slender celebrities have been singing the praises of Goji"
Los Angeles Times reports: "Tibetan and Chinese legends tell of... read more

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Coffee may lower risk of uterus cancer
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 07/06/2011 05:11 PM

Tokyo:  Women who drink a lot of coffee may have less risk of developing cancer of the uterus, a Japanese study reported recently.The study led by Japan's Health ministry monitored some 54,000 women aged 40 to 69 over about 15 years, during which time 117 women developed cancer in the womb, according to the medical team.The researchers at Japan's National Cancer Center divided the women into four groups by the amount of coffee they drank.They found the group of women who drank more than three cups of coffee every day were more than 60 percent less likely to develop uterine... read more

tags: health, wellness, coffee, uterus cancer, uterine cancer, cancer

Pot smoking could up men's cancer risk
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 09/04/2012 01:07 PM

Washington D.C.:  Smoking marijuana may increase the risk of testicular cancer by as much as 70 percent, a study published on recently suggested.

The report-carried out by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and published in the website of the journal cancer-showed and elevated risk for long-term or frequent smokers.

After interviewing 369 men aged 18 to 44 who had been diagnosed with the disease, the authors concluded that those smoking marijuana at least once a week, or over and extended period since adolescence, had twice the risk compare to those who had never inhaled.

"Our study is not the first to suggest... read more

tags: pot smoking, marijuana, cancer, smoking, testicular cancer, cancer risk, health

Higher risk of other cancers for skin-cancer sufferers
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 10/01/2012 06:14 PM

Washington:  US researchers have shown a significant link between having non-melanoma skin cancer and the chance of developing other types of cancers in the body over one's lifetime, according to a study published recently.

The researchers, led by University of South Carolina medical doctor Anthony Alberg, said that the risk of coming down with another form of cancer doubles for people who have a history of benign, non-melanoma skin cancer.

They compared the histories over 16 years of 769 people diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancers, with more than 18,000 people who did not have cancer in the period.

The base figures showed that... read more

tags: health, cancer, skin cancer, non-melanoma skin cancer

Calcium cuts colon cancer risk
posted by Carrie B. Yan on 05/10/2011 02:27 PM

Washington:  Regular consumption of calcium appears to cut the risk of developing colon cancer or other tumors of the digestive system, a new study said."In both men and women, dairy food and calcium intakes were inversely associated with cancers of the digestive system," the authors of the study in the Archives of internal Medicine wrote.Women who consumed the most calcium, some 1,881 milligrams a day, cut their cancer risk by 23 percent over those who had the lowest calcium intake of around 494 milligrams a day.For men, those with the highest intake of calcium some 1,530 milligrams daily, had a... read more

tags: health, wellness, calcium, cancer, colon cancer

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