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Bloody stools can be a sign of cancer, but not always. Ask POZ talks about this an colorectal cancer.
Only one in four Americans say they incorporate cancer prevention into their daily lives, according to a recent study.
Cancer experts agree that eating too much red meat and processed meat does increase our risk of colorectal cancer.
Zantac and other ranitidine generics may contain NDMA, a probable human carcinogen. Here’s what to take instead.
Implants are extensively tested before approval to demonstrate safety and effectiveness. Still, there are risks associated with all implants
A new study discredits decades of research suggesting eating beef and bacon is bad for us. But some researchers aren’t buying it.
Dana-Farber researchers have shown that the mutated copy of the gene TP53 sabotages the normal, healthy copy.
It may be time to add some sofrito to your diet.
Taking low-dose aspirin is beneficial for those with head and neck cancers and lung cancers.
New findings from the Environmental Working Group suggest up to 100,000 cancer cases could be tied to toxic chemicals in our water.
The concern around burnt food increasing the risk of cancer relates to the chemicals that form when food is overcooked or burnt.
The FDA has found a probable cancer-causing contaminant in generic drugs shipped from abroad––most recently, Zantac (ranitidine).
Women who experienced trauma and six to seven posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms were more likely to develop ovarian cancer.
Recent studies on the link between pets and cancer go both ways. Here’s what to know.
For now, there is insufficient evidence to conclude that consuming GMOs can increase your cancer risk.
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