There is a credible link between drinking hot beverages such as tea and coffee and the risk of oesophageal cancer. For the first time, researchers have been able to answer the question of just how hot, is too hot?
Eating well is an important part of reducing a person’s risk of cancer. When it comes to dietary choices for people who have survived cancer, key themes surface showing that a healthy diet is just as important. Thanks though to earlier detection and improved treatments, more and more people are surviving a cancer diagnosis and […]
In November of 2015, The World Health Organization released a report investigating how likely red meat and processed meats are to cause cancer. The Internet promptly exploded with headlines proclaiming ‘How your steak is giving you cancer’ and ‘Bacon is as bad for you as smoking’. Taking a step back from the attention-grabbing headlines, the […]
Don’t believe the headline – broccoli is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. But as a case-study into how we can become needlessly fearful of eating many foods, I will show how by selectively citing some scientific research and blowing it all out of context, you can build a case for any food […]
There is much we know about how diet and lifestyle can influence the risk of a woman developing cancer. Now a new study has found that adopting many of the broad cancer prevention guidelines can cut a woman’s breast cancer risk by a third. In what equated to the most important report ever published on dietary […]