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Breast Cancer

Reversing breast cancer naturally

By Alton:(NaturalHealth365) Despite the dire prognoses often handed down to cancer patients, an increasing number are finding hope by taking a whole mind and body approach to health and wellness. In fact, thanks to the macrobiotics approach, thousands of people are overcoming cancer naturally, as well as gaining a new understanding of the importance of keeping body and mind in healthy balance. Josephine Floyd was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010, but says learning about macrobiotics from a Way to Health program – offered by the Kushi Institute – changed her life. “I’ve learned so much.
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Chamomile essential oil shown to kill up to 93 percent of breast cancer cells



By Huff:(NaturalNews) They've gained considerable notoriety in recent years for their myriad uses in both aromatherapy and integrative medicine. But did you know that essential oils can also be an effective anti-cancer remedy?

Chinese researchers learned this after studying the healing properties of 10 of the most popular essential oils in current use: mint, ginger, lemon, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, chamomile, thyme, rose, and cinnamon.

Study reveals that antibacterial soap causes breast cancer


Most people see them as a guarantee of safety against harmful pathogens, but the antibacterial chemicals commonly added to soaps, toothpastes and various other personal care products could be making you sick. A new study out of South Korea has found that the popular antibacterial additive, triclosan, exhibits cancer-promoting effects both in vitro and in vivo, a finding that could have significant implications for humans.

Study reveals that antibacterial soap causes breast cancer


Most people see them as a guarantee of safety against harmful pathogens, but the antibacterial chemicals commonly added to soaps, toothpastes and various other personal care products could be making you sick. A new study out of South Korea has found that the popular antibacterial additive, triclosan, exhibits cancer-promoting effects both in vitro and in vivo, a finding that could have significant implications for humans.

Komen Foundation boycott announced by Killer Culture


Killer Culture, website of the Institute for the Study of Culturogenic Disease, has published a call for people to boycott the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the American Cancer Society for refusing to take seriously claims that wearing bras may be a cause of breast cancer.

Marjoram can prevent gastric ulcers while showing promise in fighting breast cancer


Marjoram is a member of the mint species and it was originally found in the Mediterranean. This sweet-flavored and mildly spicy herb is often mistaken to be oregano. Apparently in ancient Greece people would use this plant to make wreaths and garlands as it was used to basically express peace, harmony and happiness.

High-fat diet linked with increased breast cancer risk, study suggests


A new study published on April 9 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that high total and saturated fat intake are linked with a greater risk of oestrogen receptor- and progesterone receptor-positive breast cancer, as well as an increased risk of human epidermal growth factor 2 receptor-negative disease.

New technique uses 25 times less radiation to produce tumor images in high-resolution 3D


Although medical applications may still be several years away, researchers have developed a new cancer screening technique that uses 25 times less radiation than a current mammogram but produces a dramatically better image.

Hair colorants and the cancer connection - Protect yourself with these natural alternatives


As a culture obsessed with youth and beauty, it's easy to fall into the trap of using hair dyes to cover those telltale gray hairs. However, using these commercial products is risky since the chemical formulations are linked with a range of cancers. Even so-called 'natural' dyes can compromise health. Where do we turn? With a measure of creativity and knowledge, do-it-yourself hair color can give you glossy, rich locks without the drawbacks of pre-made colorants.