Most People Still Don’t Understand What Causes Cancer

Americans Don't Know Cancer Risks

A new survey published by the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) suggests that most Americans don’t understand what causes cancer. Most Americans blame things like genetically modified foods, stress and food additives for causing cancer and don’t understand the steps they can take to minimize cancer risk. Instead of worrying about food additives and […]

Huge Obesity Related Cancer Numbers

Obesity and Cancer

There is a well known link between obesity and increased cancer risk, particularly with breast cancer. New research has highlighted the astonishing figures associated with cancer promoted by obesity. The study looked at the body mass index of people from 184 countries in 2002 and contrasted it with cancer rates for those people in 2012. […]

Link Between Cancer and Obesity Examined

Obesity and Cancer

A new study has reaffirmed the link between obesity and cancer. The study, published in the Lancet Journal, reaffirms that a high body-mass index of 25 kg/m2 or greater is associated with increased risk of cancer. Researchers believe that in 2012 nearly 500,000 cases of cancer were attributable to high BMI around the world. The […]

Sitting and Cancer Risk

How Sitting Increases Cancer Risk

Modern man spends a lot of time sitting down, either while relaxing or at work.  Some jobs involve long stretches of sitting down at a desk with little physical activity.  Many people have recreational activities that also involve a lot of sitting — like watching television or using the Internet. Researchers are just starting to […]

The Best Ways to Avoid Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Facts

Prostate Cancer is the second most common form of cancer in American men. The figures around prostate cancer are startling — according to the American Cancer Society, 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in 2014 and nearly 30,000 men will die from the disease. One in seven men will experience prostate cancer […]

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month!

Exercise to Avoid Cancer

Dr Rebecca Moss has written a fantastic article for Slate magazine, aimed at raising awareness for one of the most preventable forms of cancer, colorectal cancer. Dr Moss specializes in gastrointestinal cancers at the research level so has a professional understanding of the cause, symptoms, diagnosis and prognosis of the disease. Her advice is thorough […]

Research Finds Cancer Prevention Methods Successful

Cancer Prevention Works!

Most people have heard health specialists repeat simple advice for cancer prevention – watch your weight, eat fresh fruit and vegetables, don’t smoke, don’t drink too much alcohol and get some moderate exercise. Those simple tips can reduce your cancer risk by a great deal for certain types of cancer. A new study in the […]

How Does Meditation Help Cancer Patients?

Yoga To Treat Cancer

Scientific tests demonstrate that using meditation is a great supplementary treatment method in the struggle against cancer. Not only does it decrease discomfort and improve your mood, but in addition data suggests that it improves immunity and possibly improves prognosis. This is most likely due to the effect on the autonomic neurological system. The autonomic […]

Beating Cancer With The Help Of Exercise

Exercise and Cancer

  Becoming identified with any cancer in the present day is not automatically a death sentence but it really is definitely life altering. The medicine and treatment method protocols which will be injected into your body along with biopsies, surgical procedures and additional complications take their toll on your bodies power to collect up the […]