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A new study from Vanderbilt University has shown that consuming enough fiber and yogurt can greatly reduce your risk of developing lung cancer. The study was published in JAMA Oncology. It looked at 1.44 million people from the United States, Europe...
No one wants to think about getting cancer, but if there's a chance you could lower your risk, you may want to start. Studies have shown that the food we eat can play a huge role in our risk...
It's pretty rare to find someone who doesn't like cheese. But is the addictive dairy product good for your health? A group of physicians says no, and especially not for women, as cheese can lead to increased risk of developing...
A new Australian study reports that eating a healthy, balanced diet of fruits and vegetables may be the natural key to treating depression. The study, published in PLOS ONE, looked at young adults who had unhealthy diets and a significant amount...
CVS Pharmacy has just become the most recent company to stop selling the heartburn medication Zantac. The drug is currently under investigation for possible contamination with a substance that is known to cause cancer. Zantac, as well as other ranitidine-containing...
Health trends can disappear as quickly as they appeared. But sometimes, they stick. The obsession with kale, for instance, may be here to stay. (And with good reason: the antioxidant-filled supergreen offers a variety of health benefits and can...
More states are trying to pass laws to help patients deal with the high cost of treatment. Maine is one of those states, and their new law was just signed by Janet Mills, their Democratic governor. The new law...
Scientists are now saying that eating mushrooms on a regular basis could lower a man's risk of developing prostate cancer. Findings are based on a recent study published in the International Journal of Cancer. The study looked at 36,499 Japanese men...
There is a new project in the fight against cancer. Google researchers that specialize in artificial intelligence (AI) are working with scientists from Northwestern Medicine to put together AI technology that can find lung cancer based on cancer screening...
A new immunotherapy study involving mice may have shown a new way to fight cancer. Scientists injected a bunch of dying cells, called necroptotic cells, into tumors. The presence of the dying cells sent a signal to the immune...
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