Articles Tagged with cancer

Caramel Coloring In Cola Drinks Found To Cause Cancer

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A new study finds that cola drinks containing “caramel coloring” causes cancer. According to a laboratory test carried out by Consumer Reports on 110 separate cola drinks, a manufacturing reaction potentially produces carcinogens. Drinking one of these colas per day is enough to expose an individual to a cancer-causing chemical called 4-methylimidazole (or 4-MEI for… Read more »

‘Smash’ Actress Krysta Rodriguez Has Breast Cancer At The Age Of 30

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Smash actress Krysta Rodriguez has revealed that she has been battling breast cancer since September 2014 but Broadway and television actress Krysta wasn’t about to let something like breast cancer beat her down. According to the Mail 30-year-old Krysta has chosen to start up a blog so she could “live as loudly as I can.”… Read more »

Studies Prove Smoking Is Even More Deadly Than We Realized

Studies show that smoking is more deadly than we knew.

Smoking is a deadly habit. There are warnings on cigarette boxes and schools try to make sure children know the risks. The U.S. surgeon general has spoken out against smoking, claiming that roughly 480,000 American die each year as a result. It seems the death count might be off — by almost a full 100,000…. Read more »

Ten ‘Red Flag’ Symptoms That Could Mean You Have Cancer

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Ten “red flag” symptoms that could be signs of different types of cancer were highlighted in a new report published Wednesday. Daily Mail reports that Cancer Research UK urges the general public to pay close attention to these ten “red flag” cancer symptoms for the sake of being able to detect a confirmed diagnosis as… Read more »

Half Of British People Will Get Cancer, Study Suggests

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A new study by Cancer Research UK suggests that half of British people born after 1960 will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their life. A report from Sky News reveals that the figure replaces the previous estimate which stated that one in three people would contract the illness, prompting the study to… Read more »

Val Kilmer Throat Tumor: Actor Began Bleeding, Rushed To Hospital

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Actor Val Kilmer has reportedly been suffering from a throat tumor and was rushed to the hospital this week because of it. TMZ reports that paramedics rushed to Kilmer’s Malibu home on Monday night after someone reported through a 911 call that the Batman Forever actor was bleeding from his throat. Val Kilmer Hospitalized For… Read more »

Louis Tomlinson Makes A Video Plea For Two-Year-Old Cancer Sufferer

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Big-hearted One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has made a video plea to help raise money for a 2-year-old cancer sufferer. Unreality TV reports that Louis was made aware of toddler Ruby Young’s illness and stepped in to help. Ruby is suffering from a rare and aggressive form of stomach cancer called neuroblastoma. Kent Online says… Read more »

Black Sabbath Star Tony Iommi: Cancer Won’t Slow Me Down

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Heavy metal rock legend Tony Iommi has opened up to the Mirror about his battle with cancer, and the Black Sabbath star insists that his illness will not stop him rocking. Tony had just started to work on a new album with Black Sabbath bandmates Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler, when he found out he… Read more »

Cell Phones May Cause Cancer? Here Are A Few Facts To Consider

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Most of us are never really far from our cell phones – they’re usually in our pockets, palms or a convenient reachable distance. However, these nifty devices are said to emit radiation that may escalate our chance of getting cancer. Cell phones produce microwave radio-frequency radiation, which has the ability to penetrate our bodies. And… Read more »

Low-Fat Diet Could Help Women Survive Breast Cancer

A new study reveals that in addition to the other health benefits of a low fat diet, reducing the fat may also help women survive breast cancer.

A new study that was presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium shows that women who have a low fat diet may have a better shot at beating breast cancer and extending their lives than women on conventional American diets. The Women’s Intervention Nutrition Study was conducted by researchers from Los Angeles Biomedical Research… Read more »

Smoking May Kill The Y Chromosome

Research indicates that  Y chromosome counts may be affected by smoking habits in men.

The Y chromosome. Men have it. Women don’t. New results in genetic research may have revealed why men are more prone to smoking-related illnesses than women, and why they have a higher mortality rate than their female counterparts. Everyone knows that the Y chromosome is responsible for determining gender, but recent findings suggest it may… Read more »