No Confusion: Alcohol Causes Seven Cancers Nick Mulcahy |July 27, 2016 There is “strong evidence” that alcohol causes seven cancers, and other evidence indicates that it “probably” causes more, according to a new literature review published online July 21 in Addiction. Epidemiologic evidence supports a causal association of alcohol consumption and cancers of the oropharynx, larynx, esophagus, […]
WHO Clarifies Processed Meat/Cancer Link After ‘Bacon-gate’ Zosia Chustecka |November 02, 2015After days of headlines proclaiming that bacon and hot dogs cause cancer following the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) classifying processed meat as a human carcinogen ― in the same category as tobacco and asbestos ― the WHO released a statement in clarification. It pointed out that […]
Processed Meat Increases Risk for Colon Cancer, Says IARC Roxanne Nelson, RN, BSN |October 27, 2015. Eating processed meat, including bacon, cold cuts, sausages, and hot dogs, can increase the risk of developing colorectal cancer, according to a new report from the World Health Organization (WHO). The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency […]
Antioxidants May Promote Metastasis in Melanoma Roxanne Nelson |October 23, 2015Even though the data are preliminary, findings from a new study may shed some light on why supplementing with antioxidants may be a bad idea for patients with cancer. The results of this study, which are published online in Nature, suggest that at least in melanoma, antioxidants […]
Vitamin Prevents Skin Cancer: Only in Australia? Nick Mulcahy |October 23, 2015Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world, and clinicians worldwide often look to the sunny continent for guidance on prevention and treatment in their locales. However, the conclusion of an Australian chemoprevention study of nonmelanoma skin cancer — that nicotinamide is associated with a […]
Yo-Yo Dieting Is Unlikely to Be Cancer Risk Nick Mulcahy |August 14, 2015The phenomenon of yo-yo dieting, or the intentional loss and then unintentional regain of 10 pounds or more, is not associated with overall cancer risk or specific risks for 12 cancers, according to investigators involved in the largest and most comprehensive study of its kind. Yo-yo […]
Cómo el cáncer afecta el sentido del gusto Lizzie Crouch BBC Muchos pacientes sufren resequedad en la boca y úlceras en el sistema digestivo, por lo cual terminan consumiendo solo sopas para evitar el dolor al alimentarse. Difícilmente pasa un día sin que algún tipo de alimento o bebida sea incluido en la lista de […]
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Eat, Drink and Be M…indful of Cancer Risk Zosia Chustecka December 30, 2014Just after the feasting during the Christmas period and just before the celebrations for seeing the New Year in, which often entail much drinking, comes a reminder from Cancer Research UK that excessive food and alcohol consumption are high up on the list of preventable […]
Los suplementos de vitaminas y minerales no previenen el cáncer o las enfermedades cardiovasculares Stephen P. Fortmann, MD; Brittany U. Burda, MPH; Caitlyn A. Senger, MPH; Jennifer S. Lin, MD, MCR; and Evelyn P. Whitlock, MD, MPH Ann Intern Med. Published online 12 November 2013 doi:10.7326/0003-4819-159-12-201312170-00729 Las personas sanas no necesitan vitaminas y/o suplementos minerales […]
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