10 03, 2023

WHO Recommends 30% Reduction In Salt Intake

By |2023-03-10T06:48:40-05:00March 10th, 2023|Uncategorized|

The World Health Organization released the results of a comprehensive study on the impact of salt on human health. It estimates that reducing salt intake in processed foods could save 7 million lives by 2030. There has been little uptake from food manufacturers to change their products. Salty Foods Cause A Range Of Diseases Salt,

4 03, 2023

Dietary Fiber for Cancer Prevention

By |2023-03-04T12:53:58-05:00March 4th, 2023|Uncategorized|

The link between dietary fiber and cancer prevention is among the few well-documented and established correlatives today. Fiber is crucial to human health and provides many health benefits – but most Americans aren’t eating nearly enough. What Is Fiber? There are two kinds of dietary fiber, both sourced from plants. Different plants have higher or

22 01, 2023

How COVID-19 Help Make mRNA Cancer Vaccines Possible

By |2023-01-22T14:14:37-05:00January 22nd, 2023|Uncategorized|

At least some of the research and development that produced COVID-19 vaccines could shape cancer cures in the future. Moderna, a relatively small biotech company that found prominence during the pandemic, is already headed down that path. mRNA Cancer Vaccines: The Next Step Modern, in partnership with a company called MSD, published findings from a

14 01, 2023

Cancer Screenings Catch Just 14% of Cancer Diagnoses in the US

By |2023-01-01T05:22:24-05:00January 14th, 2023|Uncategorized|

A new report found that approximately 1 in 7 confirmed cancer diagnoses is discovered by cancer screening. The study sheds new light on the importance of early screenings to detect cancer before symptoms push patients to their healthcare providers. University of Chicago’s NORC research institution reviewed reams of data on the correlation between diagnoses and

8 01, 2023

The California Cancer Care Equity Act – New Legislation Makes a Difference

By |2022-12-26T12:41:38-05:00January 8th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Effective January 1, 2023, the California Cancer Care Equality Act offers expanded access to critical cancer care to all Medi-Cal patients. The legislation positions California as a national leader in equitable cancer care and treatment access – and serves as a blueprint for the rest of the country. What is the California Cancer Care

27 10, 2022

Benzene: The Carcinogen That Pops Up In Everything

By |2022-10-27T06:57:52-04:00October 27th, 2022|Uncategorized|

Benzene is a known carcinogen that is banned in the US and most of the world. Still, there are several benzene-related recalls every year, including a sweeping recall of 19 dry shampoo products manufactured by Unilever in October 2022. Why does benzene contamination keep happening? What is Benzene? Benzene is a colorless or yellow

2 10, 2022

Breast Cancer and Weight Gain: Study Finds Close Links

By |2022-10-02T12:51:43-04:00October 2nd, 2022|Uncategorized|

While weight and body composition have long been associated with cancer risk, researchers in South Korea have evidence that the amount of weight gained and possibly how quickly the weight is added could increase the risk of breast cancer. The database study explored the Korean National Health Insurance Service to identify premenopausal and postmenopausal weight

1 10, 2022

Early Onset Cancer Could Start In The Womb

By |2022-09-25T13:17:23-04:00October 1st, 2022|Uncategorized|

More people under the age of 50 are diagnosed with cancer than at any time since statistics have been accurately tracked. Modern medicine and improved quality of life should make the rate of early-onset cancer less common, not more. What’s causing this disturbing trend? Like most health issues, it’s never a single variable. A combination

26 08, 2022

50% Off All Cancer Deaths Caused By Just Three Factors

By |2022-08-20T06:20:37-04:00August 26th, 2022|Uncategorized|

A new study has confirmed that smoking, alcohol, and obesity are the primary factors contributing to more than half of all cancer deaths worldwide. Today, cancer is the second most common cause of death. These three causes are a big part of the reason why. University of Washington Cancer Study: The Basics University of Washington’s

5 07, 2022

Hypertension Joins The Long of PFAS Risks

By |2022-07-13T19:17:45-04:00July 5th, 2022|Cancer Prevention, Uncategorized|

Already linked to elevated cancer risks, researchers have now connected PFAS exposure with high blood pressure in middle-aged women. It’s yet another risk factor associated with PFAS, a family of “forever chemicals” that keep popping up everywhere we look.  To date, PFAS have been found in many elements of what might be mistaken as the

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