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Six Diet Guidelines for Preventing Cancer
No food is guaranteed to keep cancer away, but even without conclusive evidence researchers say it makes since to follow these guidelines for avoiding major cancer. Ready for a cancer fighting diet? Try these six tips! Read More
Organic Apples Can Help You Fight Cancer
Apples have been known to be very nutritious. They have pectin, which is an important kind of fiber that helps to bind toxins in the bowel and flush them out of the body. This is why it is not new to people to hear the saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." (Read More)
Omega-3 Fats Demonstrate Ability to Slow or Stop Breast Cancer Proliferation
Omega-3 fats have been repeatedly validated in the fight against cardiovascular disease, dementia and many lines of cancer. Triple-negative breast cancer is a particularly aggressive form of the disease that is typically unresponsive to many natural treatments due to its invasive manner of proliferation. (Read More)
The Truth About Tanning
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Less is More in Cervical Cancer Screening
Updated guidelines for the management of women with abnormalities on cervical cancer screening have been issued by the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, reflecting the latest experience and evidence.  In general, longer intervals are now used for screening, with co-testing for both cytology and human papillomavirus (HPV) being recommended every 5 years for women ages 30 to 64. (Read More)
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