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Should You Eat Grilled Meat? Not Very Often.

As tasty as you might find grilled chicken, meat, or fish, it might not be the healthiest way to eat. Grilling food over a high flame could release compounds that could lead to pancreatic, colorect…

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31 Foods That Fight Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men (next to skin cancer), so itís no surprise that an increasing number of men are worried about this serious condition. But a new study published …

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Study Links Ethnicity to Prostate Cancer Risk

No man wants to hear the diagnosis of prostate cancer, no matter his ethnic background. But, according to new research published in the Annals of Surgical Innovation and Research, some men are at a si…

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Could Kale be Poisoning You?

Who doesnít love kale? Itís probably ranks as one of the most-loved vegetables on the planet. Letís face it: kale is a superstar in the vegetable kingdom. And for good reason: steamed kale has been sh…

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Is an Anti-Cancer Drug Growing in Your Front Lawn?

If you walk past my home, you might notice the dandelions that grow rampant on the front lawn. While neighbors continue to douse the yellow flowers with pesticides, like Monsantoís Round-Up, which has…

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Back to Our Roots: Curry and Cancer

It is estimated that many tumors start around the age of 20. However, detection of cancer is normally around the age of 50 or later. Thus, it takes cancer decades to incubate. Why does it take so long…

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6 Food-Cancer Connections You Need to Know

The notion of using food to prevent or delay the onset of certain ailments is centuries old -- Hippocrates himself is famous for saying "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." But, as mor…

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The Link Between Milk and Prostate Cancer

Researchers have†expressed concern about the fact that cow milk contains estrogens and could stimulate the growth of hormone-sensitive tumors. The assertion is that the consumption of dairy products c…

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Height is a Factor in These 5 Diseases

My husband and I differ in height by 13 inches, and while I lament the challenges of being shorter, he reassures me that being taller is not always a picnic.† The reality is that there are benefits as…

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Why the Egg-Cancer Link?

Two million men in the U.S. are living with prostate cancer ó but that's better than dying from prostate cancer. Catch it when it's localized and the 5-year survival is practically guaranteed, but onc…

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