Month: January 2018

Stay Informed About Breast Cancer

We hear it all the time…lose weight for your health. Few people however, realize the extent to which this is critical to their physical well being and ultimately their life expectancy. In January 2003, the Journal of the American Medical Association featured a study finding that obesity appears to lessen life expectancy, especially among young […]

Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer Market Revenue, Opportunity, Forecast and Value Chain 2016-2026

Prostate cancer is a general term used for diseased condition in which abnormal cells grow and invade in uncontrolled manner in the prostate. Prostate cancer inhibits production of male sex hormones (i.e. androgens) and ultimately blocks the action of androgen. The androgen is also responsible for the growth of prostate cancer. Androgen binds with the […]

Oral Cancer – What You Need To Know

This year 36,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer; 8,000 of them will lose their lives. That’s one person, every hour, every day. Traditionally, oral cancer has occurred less frequently than others, accounting for only 3 percent of cases in men and 2 percent in women. And it has commonly been associated […]

Cancer and Food Habits

With pollution on the rise, there are a number of things which should be kept in mind for a healthy body. There are many diseases which are getting common among people and cancer is one of them. Finding yourself struggling with cancer is the worst life experience you will ever have and we recommend you […]

The Fate Men Fear Most

‘No Fear’ looks impressive when plastered on a longboard, but it’s only surfing bravado. We know because we asked you about your darkest medical concerns in an online poll. As it turns out, most of you fear a lot of health problems, but you fear the wrong things. And that may turn out to be […]

The Connection Between Blood And Cancer

Blood And Cancer. One way to reduce your risk of cancer is to get immunized. Hepatitis B and HPV (human papillomavirus) can both lead to cancer. The Hep B vaccine is routinely given to infants, but is also recommended for adults who are considered at risk, such as people with multiple sexual partners or who […]

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