Fighting Cancer News
New research reveals a notable 30% reduction in stomach cancer risk for those who regularly incorporate supplements into their routine.
Researchers studied over 57,000 Swedish men and discovered that improved fitness levels correlate with a 35% lower risk of developing prostate cancer.
Discover how diet impacts cancer risk with insights from Harvard experts in this concise news article.
The verdict included $2 billion in punitive damages, underscoring the jury’s finding that Roundup is a defective, cancer-causing product.
True Food Kitchen Elevates Healthy Dining with Exclusive Shift to Avocado and Olive Oils
A non-invasive alternative to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer has been approved by the FDA.
Channelview, Texas harbors a toxic secret—residents have been exposed to cancer-causing benzene for nearly two decades.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered a groundbreaking use for the common anesthetic lidocaine—turning cancer cells against themselves.
Dangerous new findings by EWG researchers that shed light on what’s really in those tiny baby food jars. Here’s what you need to know.
In the realm of teenage priorities, colon cancer may seem light years away, but the snacks and junk food often enjoyed today could be planting seeds for deadly health issues down the road.
What’s behind the rise of childhood leukemia? Some scientists suggest that glyphosate may be a key contributor to this unsettling trend.
Check out this 14-year-old who just won the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” with his skin cancer-fighting soap.
Many hair straightening products contain harmful chemicals, such as formaldehyde, and the FDA wants to do something about it.
A Nevada jury has awarded $228.5M in damages against bottled water company after liver illnesses, death.
“This study is a wake-up call for consumers, researchers and regulators….” according to a senior toxicologist at EWG.
Moku Roots, an exceptional health-oriented restaurant featured on The Templeton List, is extending a helping hand to the Lahaina community by providing nourishing meals and coordinating vital resources for those in dire need. Find out how you can help.
A toxic groundwater plume containing trichloroethylene, a known human carcinogen which can cause cancer, birth defects, and damage vital organs, is affecting dozens of homes in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Just how many soft drinks are too much? You might be surprised to learn the answer.
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