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HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer in Men
Human papilloma viruses are behind rising rates of oropharyngeal cancer in men. HPV vaccines could prevent most cases.
Cancer Treatment Gets a Boost from Fiber
Cancer patients receiving immunotherapy who ate diets high in fiber had much better outcomes than did those consuming less fiber.
Supplements Aren't Cancer Treatments
Taking nutritional supplements to try to treat cancer or prevent a recurrence is not good medicine. And they may interfere with treatments.
Cancer Patients Who Keep Marijuana Use a Secret
Some cancer patients use pot to ease symptoms, but many don’t tell their doctors about it -- even though It can interfere with treatment.
What an HPV “Infodemic” Teaches Us About Vaccine Disinformation
Misinformation's power comes from the fact that it is so often fear-based, making it more attention-grabbing than neutral, fact-based info.
Green Cleaning That Makes a Difference
Common household cleaning products expose users to toxic chemicals. Domestic workers are especially at risk. Safer substitutes are possible.
Even Bigger Benefits from Vitamin C
Vitamin C, with its anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting powers, is even more crucial to health than we've thought. Here's why.
The Heart Failure-Cancer Connection
Cancer treatment can weaken the heart, but now it appears the reverse is also true: heart failure raises the risk of certain cancers.
More Than Just a Pick-Me-Up
Drinking all types of coffee (yes, even decaf!) can reduce your risk of liver disease. However, fresh roasted may offer extra benefits.
Check the Labels on Your Makeup
The chemicals that make your lipstick smooth and your mascara waterproof may not be listed, but they can lead to early puberty and cancer.
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