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Is Teen Drinking Tied to Aggressive Prostate Cancer Later in Life?

Is Teen Drinking Tied to Aggressive Prostate Cancer Later in Life?

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 29, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Teen boys who drink may raise their risk for aggressive prostate cancer decades later, a preliminary study suggests. Compared to...

Herbal supplements: Health or hype?

Herbal supplements: Health or hype?

Herbal supplements: Health or hype? June 2014 : Herbal supplements: Health or hype? Herbal supplements: Health or hype? Just because a product comes from Mother Nature doesn’t...

Water drinks: How to spot imposters

Water drinks: How to spot imposters

Cancer prevention: How to spot water imposters September 2016 : Water drinks: How to spot imposters Water drinks: How to spot imposters Drinking lots of water is an important...

Practicing Safe Grilling Can Reduce Cancer Risk, Experts Say

Practicing Safe Grilling Can Reduce Cancer Risk, Experts Say

WASHINGTON, DC – At the start of the grilling season, experts at the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) are warning about the hidden health hazards of cookouts and...

How to cope with COVID-19 stress and anxiety

How to cope with COVID-19 stress and anxiety

How to cope with COVID-19 stress and anxiety BY Molly Adams With the constant stream of information surrounding the 2019 novel coronavirus disease ( COVID-19 ), it’s easy to...

New-Onset Diabetes: An Early Sign of Pancreatic Cancer?

New-Onset Diabetes: An Early Sign of Pancreatic Cancer?

Bob Aronson was only 54 years old and, in the words of his son Tom, “extremely healthy.”  “So it was really surprising to everyone when he went in for an annual routine eye...

Training Future Leaders In Cancer Therapeutics Research And Development

Training Future Leaders In Cancer Therapeutics Research And Development

In an effort to bring more cancer therapies to the market and provide more treatment options for cancer patients, Texas A&M University has launched a new multi-institutional...

Will polygenic risk scores for cancer ever be clinically useful?

Will polygenic risk scores for cancer ever be clinically useful?

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified associations between common genetic variants, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and the risk of developing different...

Red meat consumption may promote DNA damage-associated mutations in patients with colorectal cancer

Red meat consumption may promote DNA damage-associated mutations in patients with colorectal cancer

Genetic mutations indicative of DNA damage were associated with high red meat consumption and increased cancer-related mortality in patients with colorectal cancer, according to...

The Latest on Exercising After Colorectal Cancer

The Latest on Exercising After Colorectal Cancer

With the wide array of cancer treatments used to treat colorectal cancer, many survivors are left dealing with side effects that could last months or years. These side effects...

The 3 Most Fatal Cancers in Men: Warning signs and how to prevent them

The 3 Most Fatal Cancers in Men: Warning signs and how to prevent them

Men often talk about news, politics and sports with their friends. That’s great, but this week men across the country are encouraged to talk about something else: their health....

Will polygenic risk scores for cancer ever be clinically useful?

Will polygenic risk scores for cancer ever be clinically useful?

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified associations between common genetic variants, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and the risk of developing different...