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Quitters Can Still Be Winners
Former smokers who largely follow healthy lifestyle recommendations live longer --regardless of how much they smoked in the past.
Caution: Men at Risk
Men's risk of cancer is up to 10 times greater than that for same sites in women, suggesting gender needs to become a factor in research.
Vitamin D Supplements Yield Disappointing Results
We've been told that taking vitamin D can strengthen our bones, but a large study finds the supplement offers few, if any, benefits.
Current Prostate Cancer Guidelines Give Men a “False Sense of Security”
Urinary symptoms are early indicators of prostate problems men are told. But this message is wrong, and late stage cancer can be the result.
HRT for Breast Cancer Survivors
Is hormone replacement therapy safe for women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer? A recent study finds it is, with qualifications.
Questioning the Value of Vitamins
A U.S. task force finds that most supplements don’t work or may even cause harm. Diet and exercise are the best way to stay healthy.
Vaccinating HPV out of Existence
HPV, human papillomavirus, vaccination campaigns in the U.S. have led to a huge decrease in cases. The vaccine works best given early.
Vitamin D Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
Black and Hispanic women are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Why? Researchers think a lack of vitamin D may be the culprit.
An Artificial Sweetener - Cancer Connection
Non-nutritive sweeteners tend to be seen as a win-win for dieters, but the risk of certain cancers goes up with artificial sweetener use.
Red Meat May Not Be to Blame
Red meat and processed meats have been believed to contribute to colon cancer. New evidence suggests that may not be the case.
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