How To Reduce Your Risk Of Cancer

Everyone is at risk from cancer: one in three people will contract it during their lifetime, and one in four of those people will die. However, you can reduce your risk by living a healthy lifestyle. Knowing Your Body Knowing your body is important. Being able to recognise change, including lumps, pain or unexplained bleeding,…

High-Fat Diet Could Trigger Breast Cancer in Younger Teenagers

Girls in an early phase of puberty may reduce the risk of acquiring breast cancer later in life by avoiding high-fat diets. The study was performed by the MichiganStateUniversity and the finding was recently published in the online journal of Breast Cancer Research. It is suggested that consuming high-saturated animal fats could increase the risk…

Radon May Significantly Contribute to Lung Cancer

Some people were diagnosed with lung cancer, although they never smoked, no one in the family smoked and there was no contact with asbestos. However, after further examination, it was found that their house have abnormal levels of radon, sufficient to trigger the lung cancer. In the United States, radon is the second most common…

Researchers Use Scorpion Venom to Locate Brain Cancer Cells

Researchers from Seattle recently announced that they already developed a new technology that utilizes beneficial characteristics of scorpion venom. It could help surgeons to identify and eradicate harmful cancer cells in the brain. The “tumor paint” technology is developed by a brain cancer researcher, Dr. Jim Olson, from the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Dr. Olson said…