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Cancer

Three Alternatives to Desk-Sitting at Work

Sitting causes 173,000 new cases of cancer in the US each year.

Women who sit more than six hours a day increase their risk of early death by 37 percent compared to those who sit fewer than three hours a day.

For men, excess sitting boosts early death risk by 18 percent.

To make matters worse, exercise doesn’t necessarily undo the damage done by too much time on the butt. Studies show that 30 minutes on the treadmill every day (or doing any kind of exercise for 30 minutes)—while better than nothing—won’t negate the harm done by excess sitting.

Could Oxygen Make Cancer Therapy Work Better?

Researchers have been looking for years for a way to use oxygen to fight cancer. Now, they may finally have one.

A new study finds that giving high-dose oxygen may help efforts to stimulate the immune system against tumors. The study’s only been done in mice and hasn't been shown safe in people yet — but it does open some possibilities, the researchers report in the journal Science Translational Medicine.

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Multiple Studies Link Everyday Lawn Products To Canine Cancer

With summer in full swing, the generally higher temperatures often mean pets will be spending more time outdoors, but it also means that dog owners must be vigilant of the dangers of lawn chemical, as numerous studies over the past few years have shown strong connections between herbicides and lawn chemicals using 2,4-D, and canine cancers.

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer classified 2,4-D as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”

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The 20 biggest cancer lies you've been brainwashed to believe by the criminal fraudsters who run the for-profit cancer industry

You've been taught all sorts of lies about cancer by the "cancer profiteers" -- the institutions, cancer doctors, oncology centers and chemotherapy drug makers who profit from cancer.

In order to keep their profits flowing, they have to keep you in the dark about cancer truths: How it originates, how it can be prevented and how it can even be reversed!

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Evidence Is Mounting For a Link Between Grilled Meat And Cancer, But You Can Lower The Risk

The warm evenings of summer are prime time for grilling. But this all-American ritual may also raise health risks – particularly if the grill is loaded up with hamburgers and hot dogs.

When cooked at high temperatures or over open flames, according to accumulating evidence, compounds in red and processed meats undergo biochemical reactions that produce carcinogenic compounds capable of altering the eater's DNA.

Most of the research has been conducted in lab dishes and in animals. But some emerging evidence is starting to connect the dots to human risks of cancer, too.

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Delta-8 : Another Cancer-Killing Compound from Nature

I recently came across an interesting report put out by “The Institute for Natural Healing” in America, which elaborated on yet another ‘wonder drug’ extracted from a natural herb. This compound has been known about by the US Government and been made illegal for quite some time despite its ability to cure cancer and numerous other ailments, yet thousands of Americans have defied the law and cured themselves by using it anyway. READ ON and see what you think.

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Did You Know That Vitamin C Can Treat Over 30 Major Diseases?

Vitamin C has been known to cure over 30 major disease for over 50 years. But why haven't you heard more about it? Why haven't more doctors used Vitamin C as medicine?

Natural Vitamin E Prevents, Reverses Lung Cancer

Your "Pharmaphilic" Media Botches Another Story

by Andrew W. Saul, Editor

(OMNS Jan 31, 2014) Yet another media hatchet job on vitamin E is, predictably, getting lots of attention. This particular attack is just one more in an embarrassingly long series. It is based on a recent study proclaiming that vitamin E promotes cancer. (Sayin et al. Antioxidants accelerate lung cancer progression in mice. Sci Transl Med 29 January 2014: 6: 221 http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/6/221/221ra15 )