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Feb 22 2015
The caramel coloring used in many soda products produces a carcinogen that could raise the risk of cancer in consumers The latest results of a study comparing the attributes of 11 different soft drinks, as well as analyzing the consumption habits of Americans, have shown that drinking as little as one soda a day could be enough to expose consumers to potentially cancer-causing levels of the...
Feb 21 2015
Green tea can lead to effective fat loss while preserving muscle, turning you into a lean fat burning machine. Green tea catechin ECGC keeps levels of the fat burning hormone norepinephrine high so you  lose weight by burning more fat.  Green tea inhibits the enzyme that breaks down this hormone. Green tea causes increased excretion of dietary fat by decreasing lipase enzymes in your...
Feb 17 2015
Blueberries. Green tea. Tomatoes. And, oh, that cruciferous cauliflower. All make the lists of super foods that might help prevent cancer. Then there are the foods such as smoked meat and fried foods that supposedly might cause cancer. Such information is standard fare for TV doctors and Web sites, but most of us don’t know how to judge such claims. What sounds authoritative may not be. Only...
Feb 17 2015
At 48, Jenny Singleton got breast cancer. At 66, her mother did, too. "When my breast cancer was diagnosed, I immediately thought we must have a gene for it," Jenny Singleton said. "So I was tested and I didn't have the BRCA gene. And so that's often left me wondering, well, then why is it that my mom and I both got breast cancer?" Cancer susceptibility genes are estimated to account for only 5...
Feb 12 2015
Kidney disease and fatal infections now linked to the nasty habit Smoking may contribute to the deaths of an additional 60,00-120,000 Americans per year says a new study published by The New England Journal of Medicine. From the years 2000 to 2011 researchers followed nearly a million people, including 89,000 current smokers, and concluded that smoking increased the risk of deaths from diseases...

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