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24.07.2020
17:11 WhatReallyHappened.com Consuming alliums like onions and garlic found to lower colorectal cancer risk by 79 percent

In a recent study published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, Chinese researchers found that eating high amounts of allium vegetables corresponded to a 79 percent reduction in colorectal cancer risk. According to senior author Zhi Li from The First Hospital of China Medical University, their findings highlight a trend: The greater the amount of alliums consumed, the better the protection against colorectal cancer.

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08.07.2020
04:32 News-Medical.Net Aspirin and flavonoids in fruits and vegetables could help prevent colorectal cancer

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables and a daily dose of aspirin have one thing in common-;both can help prevent colorectal cancer. Yet scientists have struggled for decades to find the source of their ability to inhibit cancer cell growth.

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10.06.2020
18:17 Google news Health Exercise, Diet, Alcohol: New Guidelines Best Ways Reduce Cancer Risk - Healthline

Exercise, Diet, Alcohol: New Guidelines Best Ways Reduce Cancer Risk  HealthlineNew cancer prevention guidelines call for no alcohol consumption  Yahoo NewsTo lower your cancer risk, move more and skip the cocktails and steaks, guidelines say  CNNStaying away from red meat and alcohol key to preventing cancer  13abc Action NewsNew guidelines on cancer prevention recommend cutting out alcohol completely  Fox NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:17 Google news Sci/Tech Exercise, Diet, Alcohol: New Guidelines Best Ways Reduce Cancer Risk - Healthline

Exercise, Diet, Alcohol: New Guidelines Best Ways Reduce Cancer Risk  HealthlineNew cancer prevention guidelines call for no alcohol consumption  Yahoo NewsTo lower your cancer risk, move more and skip the cocktails and steaks, guidelines say  CNNStaying away from red meat and alcohol key to preventing cancer  13abc Action NewsNew guidelines on cancer prevention recommend cutting out alcohol completely  Fox NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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09.06.2020
22:18 CNN Health Skip the cocktails and steaks, move more if you want to avoid cancer

To lower your cancer risk, vegetables and whole grains should be on your menu and processed and red meat should be off, according to updated guidelines published Tuesday by the American Cancer Society.

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19.05.2020
13:40 WhatReallyHappened.com EXCLUSIVE: Emotional Criss Angel opens up about his 'selfless' six-year-old son's ongoing battle with cancer and tells DailyMailTV that he has 'faith' in his recovery - as the magician donates $250k worth of food to families treated at his son's hospital

World-renowned magician Criss Angel has opened up about his six-year-old son's incredible bravery as he battles pediatric cancer. In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, Angel became emotional discussing Johnny Crisstopher's courage as he attempts to beat cancer following a relapse last November. Johnny is undergoing chemotherapy and treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia at the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation in Vegas.

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02.05.2020
16:20 TheStar.com Sleepless nights. Postponed surgeries. Infection fears. What life is like for health workers on the front lines of a pandemic

For all of us, the arrival of COVID-19 — and the threat of its insidious spread — has upended daily life. In hospitals, the upheaval is particularly pronounced, with extraordinary measures to protect patients and staff from the virus impacting all aspects of patient care. Six weeks after Ontario declared a state of emergency, the Star checked in with three health workers on the front lines at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre: A surgical oncologist, who has postponed most of his patients’ surgeries, a nurse practitioner at the hospital’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre and the emergency room’s supervisor of equipment and supplies who lies awake at night worrying about his stock of personal protective equipment (PPE). Here, each tells us in their own words how their job has changed during the pandemic and describes the challenges and fears they’ve faced at home and in the hospital. Dr. Shady Ashamalla is a surgical

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01.05.2020
10:40 Arxiv.org Physics Hot wires and film boiling: Another look at carbonyl formation in electronic cigarettes. (arXiv:2004.14474v1 [physics.med-ph])

Electronic cigarettes (ECIGS) are a class of tobacco products that emit a nicotine-containing aerosol by heating and vaporizing a liquid. Apart from initiating nicotine addiction in nonsmokers, a persistent concern about these products is that their emissions often include high levels of carbonyl species, toxicants thought to cause most non-cancer pulmonary disease in smokers. Carbonyls are known thermal degradation products of the primary ECIG liquid constituents: propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG). To date, there is no method available to predict the operating conditions for which an ECIG of a given design will emit large quantities of carbonyls. This study examined whether the phenomenon of film boiling can account for observations of high carbonyl emissions under certain operating conditions, and if so, whether film boiling theory can be invoked to predict conditions where such emissions are likely. We measured the critical heat flux for several common heating

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23.04.2020
16:53 HuffingtonPost.in This Is Your Body And Brain On Coffee

Now that we’re home at all hours of the day because of coronavirus lockdowns, it’s more appealing than ever to turn to a nice cup of coffee as a way to cope. People are making it to pass the time, consuming it to stay alert through home-schooling and work, even trying out whipped coffee. Before the pandemic hit, an industry survey estimated that 64% of Americans drank a cup of coffee every day. And with good reason: There are tons of health benefits. For example, studies have linked coffee to a decreased risk of Type 2 diabetes and some cancers. But, as with most good things, too much of it may have negative consequences.  Coffee ― and we don’t mean decaf ― can be a treatment or a trigger for health concerns, depending on a number of variables, including how much you consume, how frequently you consume it, how it’s prepared and your health history. Here are some of the potential benefits and drawbacks of drinking

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11.04.2020
14:30 TheStar.com Bruce Arthur: ‘We just pray for one day that we go without a death.’ Bobcaygeon left reeling by coronavirus

BOBCAYGEON, ONT.—There is a difference between a quiet town and a silent one. Bobcaygeon is neither, and it is both. Some people still wait in line for the Valu-Mart, or Foodland. Some people still drop by the LCBO. The giant farm-town pickup trucks still rumble around, and people still go to the post office. They used to put names of people who had died in the window there, with a nice picture. Recently, they stopped. Bobcaygeon was already an anchor for this part of cottage country, a retirement destination, a tourist town. It was sainted by the Tragically Hip because Gord Downie couldn’t find another place in Canada whose name rhymed with constellation, or near enough. It helped that it is beautiful here. The line, constellations being revealed one star at a time, works. And Bobcaygeon is the Pinecrest town, right now. As of Friday morning, one in every seven COVID-19 deaths in Ontario had happened in the little one-storey brick nursing home at the top of the

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10.04.2020
17:53 Drugs.com High-Fiber Diets May Lower Odds for Breast Cancer

FRIDAY, April 10, 2020 -- Whether she gets it from fruits, beans, grains or vegetables, dietary fiber appears to at least slightly lower a woman's risk for breast cancer, a comprehensive new review finds. The review covered data from 20 different...

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03.04.2020
17:03 HuffingtonPost.in Goa Govt's Messy Lockdown Leaves People Fighting Over Supplies, Paramilitary On Streets

 On Thursday, actor and cancer survivor Nafisa Ali, who is currently in Goa, told PTI that she was running out of essential medicines and not able to access more. “One could not go out to buy anything because the cops would stop you...whoever was trying to go anywhere would get hit,” Ali told PTI. A day later, Goa government officials said they “established contact with her” and were helping her. Ali is one of the lucky ones.  Thirteen days after a lockdown to tackle the coronavirus pandemic began in the state, the Goa government has just begun easing supply chains to make essentials available to people. Angry Goans and other residents of the state have been tweeting with the hashtags #GoaStarving and #goacovidcrisis, sharing stories of stores being shut, running out of food and medicines and facing police brutality while stepping out to get supplies since the lockdown began in the state on March 22. The national lockdown

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21.03.2020
15:30 TheStar.com ‘Very worried about u’: Canadians share their texts, revealing anxieties, frustrations about coronavirus

A mother gently prods her daughter who just started a new career in Britain to “leave everything” and come home. A newlywed couple who met online and remain thousands of kilometres apart wonder when they’ll be able to embrace each other again. Parents wrestle over the question: Is it safe for our kids to play together? Children plead with their father vacationing in Florida to stop dithering and take the coronavirus pandemic seriously. A mother raised in Albania tries to impart to her daughter Communist-era advice, including what to do when the toilet paper runs out. As Canadians hunker down in their homes to try to thwart the spread of COVID-19, they are turning to their phones to stay on top of the latest information and keep in touch with friends and loved ones, memorializing in hastily thumbed texts their anxieties, frustrations and resolve. In an effort to get a snapshot of the ever-shifting mood of the nation, the Star asked readers to

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01.03.2020
13:41 WhatReallyHappened.com Gerson Therapy

Dr Max Gerson (Source: https://blog.cancervortex.com) One of the most important creators of Natural Cancer Cures in the early 20th century was Dr Max Gerson. After suffering from excruciating migranes during his student days, he developed a unique regimen of nutritious organic foods and was finally able to cure himself completely of migraines. Next, he applied his unique therapy to heal tuberculosis and later cancer. He discovered that toxicity and nutrient deficiency were the primary factors leading to cancer. Thus, the essence of his therapy was a plant based diet, avoiding meat, animal fats, excess protein and sodium while alleviating the buildup of toxins in the body. Supplements include potassium iodide, CoQ10, liver extract, pancreatic enzymes, Niacin, B12, vitamin C and flaxseed oil. His alkaline diet is based on enriching cellular oxygen by eating plants and herbs, enzymes and antioxidants while the typical western diet is geared toward consumption of meat,

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08.02.2020
18:38 TheStar.com It may be the missing link in the coronavirus outbreak. So ... what is a pangolin?

VANCOUVER—As researchers work to understand the global coronavirus outbreak, a new figure has been drawn into the conversation: the pangolin. Pangolins are small creatures covered in scales that resemble artichoke leaves. The highly endangered species, also known as the scaly anteater, is one of the most trafficked animals on earth. That’s because of black market demand for its meat and scales as a delicacy and as a component in traditional Asian and African medicines. When the animals are frightened, they curl up into little balls — making them easy prey for poachers. Bats are a likely original source of the novel coronavirus that has killed more than 600 people and sickened more than 31,000, but scientists have not figured out how the disease could have jumped from bats to humans. China’s official Xinhua news agency on Friday said scientists from South China Agricultural University discovered that the genome sequence of the coronavirus strain

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27.01.2020
09:15 HuffingtonPost.in 2020 Grammys: A Complete List Of All The Winners

Music’s biggest night might just be its most controversial as the 2020 Grammy Awards kicked off on Sunday amid major clashes within the Recording Academy. Just 10 days before the 62nd annual ceremony, it was announced that former president and CEO Deborah Dugan was ousted for concerns over workplace bullying months into her tenure as the organization’s first-ever female head. Dugan has since set off a media firestorm by calling the integrity of the awards show into question. The executive claims she was sexually harassed and then suspended in retaliation for challenging a culture of corruption and self-dealing enabled by the “boys’ club mentality and approach” at the heart of the organization. Dugan was meant to represent a fresh start for the Grammys years after former chief Neil Portnow suggested that women should “step it up” to be recognized despite widespread criticism over the award show’s long-standing lack of

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22.01.2020
21:18 Drugs.com Eating More Veggies Won't Stop Prostate Cancer: Study

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 22, 2020 -- Eating a diet high in vegetables and fruits does not slow or cure prostate cancer, according to a new study. U.S. guidelines say prostate cancer patients might benefit from eating a vegetable-rich diet. This study...

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20.01.2020
13:06 NYT Health Eating More Vegetables Did Not Affect Prostate Cancer Progression

Men with early stage prostate cancer did not show benefits from a vegetable-rich diet.

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14.01.2020
23:47 News-Medical.Net Eating more vegetables provides no extra protection for men with prostate cancer

National guidelines recommend that men with prostate cancer eat a vegetable-rich diet, suggesting it might decrease cancer progression and death.

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19:09 News-Medical.Net Increased Vegetable Intake Fails to Slow Prostate Cancer Progression, Study Finds

Researchers in the United States have conducted a study investigating whether a telephone-based interventional program encouraging an increased intake of vegetables would slow disease progression among patients with early-stage prostate cancer.

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01.01.2020
11:40 HuffingtonPost.in 9 Bad Food Trends That Need To Calm Down In 2020

2019 was a year to remember.  But not everything was rosy ― we’re all still making egregious mistakes out there in the food world. Perhaps another year and a little more perspective will turn the tide as we age into the roaring ’20s. Here are just some of the things that need a do-over.  1. Gluten-Free When You Don’t Need To Eat Gluten-Free  Death, taxes and seeing gluten-free everywhere you go. As we embark on the ’20s, it’s high time we get a little perspective when it comes to that wonderful substance that gives bread that singular chew we find so addicting.  “Unless you have a true diagnosed celiac disease, it’s usually the other ingredients that are a problem [for your health], like quick rise yeast and a lot of sugar,” said Mareya Ibrahim, celebrity chef and author of  “Eat Like You Give a Fork:The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive.” “Not to mention, many

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30.12.2019
16:04 HuffingtonPost.in The Coffin Is Closing On Vampires, At Least For Now

Illustration: Damon Dahlen/HuffPost; Photos: Alamy/Getty Images “Farewell To...” is an end-of-decade series that explores some of the biggest cultural trends of the last 10 years. HuffPost’s culture team says bye to the celebrity feminist litmus test, so long to lily-white and mostly male literary institutions, RIP to the movie star and more. Vampires: mysterious, manipulative, bloodthirsty, cold creatures of the night or — as the last decade illustrated — our pretty teenage boyfriends.  Throughout the late 2000s and 2010s, sparkly, “vegetarian” bloodsuckers made their way into the

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27.12.2019
04:54 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: How do fruit and veg reduce colorectal cancer risk?

Researchers may have uncovered how flavonoids may protect against colorectal cancer. The authors hope their findings will lead to a preventive drug.

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21.12.2019
04:40 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: Processed meat and cancer link depends on nitrite content

The strength of evidence linking processed meats to colorectal cancer depends on whether the products contain nitrites, according to a recent review.

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05.12.2019
21:44 NYT Health Your Mom Is Wrong: Your Vegetarian Diet Did Not Cause Cancer

Is there any link between soy consumption and cancer?

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30.11.2019
04:36 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: How fruit and vegetable compounds help prevent colorectal cancer

While scientists have known for some time that flavonoids can help fight colorectal cancer, the mechanisms have not been clear. Now, a study has found one.

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27.11.2019
23:18 TheStar.com Chlorine has protected our drinking water for a century. But its byproducts may be tainting it

For more than 100 years, chlorine has helped protect people across the country from dangerous pathogens that may otherwise lurk in their drinking water. But in some communities, byproducts of that same disinfectant may be putting residents in harm’s way. The water delivered to homes in some B.C. communities — including Prince Rupert in the north and parts of the District of Lake Country in the Okanagan Valley — has for years contained elevated levels of possibly cancer-causing contaminants called trihalomethanes. A byproduct of the treatment process, trihalomethanes, or THMs, form when chlorine reacts with organic matter in the water. Studies have linked long-term exposure to THMs to increased risks for pregnancy complications, spontaneous abortion, slowed fetal growth, gastrointestinal disease, some cancers and damage to the kidneys, liver and central nervous system. Avoiding exposure isn’t as simple as drinking bottled water. THMs can be

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21.11.2019
07:17 HuffingtonPost.in 2020 Grammys Nominations: Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X Rule

Lizzo, with her inescapable smash hit “Truth Hurts” and album “Cuz I Love You,” dominated the Grammy Awards announced Wednesday, closely trailed by young stars Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X. A diverse slate of new artists led the nominations ahead of the 62nd annual Grammys ceremony in January, which will honor the best recordings in music released from Oct. 1, 2018, to Aug. 31, 2019, across 84 categories. Alicia Keys, a 15-Grammy Award winner who will return as the host for the ceremony, and singer Bebe Rexha presented the nominees alongside new Recording Academy president and CEO Deborah Dugan and trustees chair Harvey Mason Jr. via livestream and on “CBS This Morning.”  Lizzo is set to rule over the ceremony this year with a total of eight nominations, and nods in each the big four general field categories ― Record of the Year, Song of the Year,

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05.11.2019
11:42 HuffingtonPost.in Cow Milk Contains Gold, Claims West Bengal BJP Leader Dilip Ghosh

We all know BJP leaders have a history of tweaking facts, especially when it comes to cows. Now, West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh has said that cow milk contains gold, and also said liberals should eat dog meat.  The Indian Express quoted Ghosh as saying, “Desi cows have a hump on their back. Foreign breeds do not have humps and their backs are plain like that of a buffalo. The hump has ‘Swarna Nari’. When sunlight falls on the hump, it produces gold. That is why the milk of desi cow is yellowish or lightly golden. It contains gold. If one drinks only desi cow milk it is enough for sustenance.” For the latest news and more, follow HuffPost India on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our newsletter. Ghosh made the false and bizarre remarks at a public meeting in West Bengal’s Burdwan on Monday.  He also criticised section of intellectuals who ate beef as a mark of protest against BJP’s anti-beef policies.

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03:13 News-Medical.Net Plant-based meals are heart-healthy, popular with students

Vegan school lunches contain triple the amount of heart-healthy fiber found in standard entrées, according to a new case study published in The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management. Fiber is an important nutrient that not only aids heart health, but also boosts digestion, weight loss, and cancer prevention.

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25.10.2019
03:48 TheStar.com Ontario to ban promotion of vaping products in convenience stores

Ontario is banning the promotion of vaping products in convenience stores and gas stations starting Jan. 1 in hopes of curbing fast-rising use by teens, the Star has learned. The move to be announced Friday by Health Minister Christine Elliott reverses a decision Premier Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives made after taking power to scrap a ban the Liberal administration had slated to take effect in July 2018. “Restricting the promotion of vapour products in retail stores will help prevent youth from being exposed and influenced,” Elliott says in a statement obtained by the Star. “Vaping is not without risk, and the potential long-term effects of vaping remain uncertain.” Under the new regulation, promotion of vaping products will be allowed only in specialty vape stores and cannabis retail stores where customers must be at least 19 years old to enter. The Canadian Cancer Society, the Ontario Campaign for Action on Tobacco, other

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20.10.2019
05:33 Google news Health Jennifer Garner gets the all-clear after a mammogram - but what does the check-up involve? - Yahoo Lifestyle

Jennifer Garner gets the all-clear after a mammogram - but what does the check-up involve?  Yahoo LifestyleNational Breast Cancer Awareness Month  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasHannibal Regional Hospital stresses importance of mammograms  khqa.comMust-Know! How to Do a Breast Self-Examination  extratvBerkeley Heights Rescue Squad Shows Support for Breast Cancer Awareness  TAPinto.netView full coverage on Google News

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05:33 Google news Sci/Tech Jennifer Garner gets the all-clear after a mammogram - but what does the check-up involve? - Yahoo Lifestyle

Jennifer Garner gets the all-clear after a mammogram - but what does the check-up involve?  Yahoo LifestyleNational Breast Cancer Awareness Month  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasHannibal Regional Hospital stresses importance of mammograms  khqa.comMust-Know! How to Do a Breast Self-Examination  extratvBerkeley Heights Rescue Squad Shows Support for Breast Cancer Awareness  TAPinto.netView full coverage on Google News

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18.10.2019
07:15 News-Medical.Net Vaping propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine may lead to lung inflammation

Researchers have found that using e-cigarettes with the e-liquid refills containing propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerine (VG) may lead to inflammation of the lungs over a period of time. The results of the study titled, “Effects of Electronic Cigarette Constituents on the Human Lung: A Pilot Clinical Trial,” was published in the latest issue of the journal Cancer Prevention Research this week.

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13.10.2019
02:30 Google news Health Thousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

Thousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandMotorcyclists ride for breast cancer awareness  MyNBC5-WPTZEarly detection is an important defense against breast cancer  Bradford EraGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasBreast cancer and my hellish rollercoaster ride | Op-eds  Gulf NewsView full coverage on Google News

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02:30 Google news Sci/Tech Thousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

Thousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandMotorcyclists ride for breast cancer awareness  MyNBC5-WPTZEarly detection is an important defense against breast cancer  Bradford EraGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasBreast cancer and my hellish rollercoaster ride | Op-eds  Gulf NewsView full coverage on Google News

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12.10.2019
20:02 Google news Health Louisiana trucking company deploys pink trucks to battle breast cancer - CDLLife

Louisiana trucking company deploys pink trucks to battle breast cancer  CDLLifeThe breast cancer nobody wants to talk about: 'If I don't find something that works, I will die'  Yahoo LifestyleThousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasDonate Blood With The Red Cross To Help Those Fighting Cancer  Samantha LaturnoView full coverage on Google News

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20:01 Google news Sci/Tech Louisiana trucking company deploys pink trucks to battle breast cancer - CDLLife

Louisiana trucking company deploys pink trucks to battle breast cancer  CDLLifeThe breast cancer nobody wants to talk about: 'If I don't find something that works, I will die'  Yahoo LifestyleThousands attend the ‘Making Strides’ walk for breast cancer awareness in Public Square  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasDonate Blood With The Red Cross To Help Those Fighting Cancer  Samantha LaturnoView full coverage on Google News

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10:00 Google news Health Mortality rate for men with breast cancer soars over women's - STAT

Mortality rate for men with breast cancer soars over women's  STATThe breast cancer nobody wants to talk about: 'If I don't find something that works, I will die'  Yahoo LifestyleKristin Chenoweth talks about breast cancer, women's health, and the Red River rivalry  WFAAHelp fight breast cancer with 7 products that are ideal for fall  TODAYGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasView full coverage on Google News

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10:00 Google news Sci/Tech Mortality rate for men with breast cancer soars over women's - STAT

Mortality rate for men with breast cancer soars over women's  STATThe breast cancer nobody wants to talk about: 'If I don't find something that works, I will die'  Yahoo LifestyleKristin Chenoweth talks about breast cancer, women's health, and the Red River rivalry  WFAAHelp fight breast cancer with 7 products that are ideal for fall  TODAYGet It Done For Her campaign  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasView full coverage on Google News

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06.10.2019
06:57 HuffingtonPost.in Elton John Says Infection Left Him '24 Hours From Death' As He Reveals Private Prostate Cancer Battle

Sir Elton John has told of his private battle with prostate cancer and how he was left “24 hours from death” due to an infection. The singer revealed he was diagnosed with the disease in 2017 and had  undergone surgery to successfully treat it, but later suffered complications.  Writing in his memoir Me, which is being serialised in the Daily Mail, Elton said opted for surgery rather than chemotherapy because he did not want the disease “hanging over” his family. However, he said he was later left battling for his life after developing an infection while on tour in South America months after his surgery.  He was rushed to a London hospital “feeling worse than [he] ever had”, only to be told his “condition was so serious, the hospital didn’t have the equipment to cope with it”. After being moved to another hospital, he spent two days in intensive care following an operation to have lymphatic

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04.10.2019
13:27 RT.com Meat is back on the menu, & scientists who want to ban cows for the sake of the planet are outraged

A new study has found slim to nonexistent evidence for apocalyptic warnings about red meat consumption causing cancer, and the scientific establishment hell-bent on turning humanity vegan for environment’s sake is now outraged. Read Full Article at RT.com

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01.10.2019
18:19 WhatReallyHappened.com You DON'T need to cut out red meat: Scientists say official advice on eating less beef, pork and lamb is based on bad evidence and having it four times a week poses 'NO cancer risk'

controversial claim by a group of leading scientists. Researchers in Canada, Spain and Poland have cast a shadow over eating advice adopted by health organisations around the world. In a landmark paper, the academics analysed past studies of how eating meat affected the health of more than four million people. They found no evidence that eating beef, pork and lamb could increase the rates of heart disease, cancer, stroke or type 2 diabetes – despite fears.

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15:42 Google news Health You May Not Have to Cut Back on Red Meat After All, Controversial New Guidelines Say - Livescience.com

You May Not Have to Cut Back on Red Meat After All, Controversial New Guidelines Say  Livescience.comEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesHow risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy  Boston HeraldNo Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPRHealth chiefs reveal that bacon IS safe to eat after all – despite cancer fears  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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15:42 Google news Sci/Tech You May Not Have to Cut Back on Red Meat After All, Controversial New Guidelines Say - Livescience.com

You May Not Have to Cut Back on Red Meat After All, Controversial New Guidelines Say  Livescience.comEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesHow risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy  Boston HeraldNo Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPRHealth chiefs reveal that bacon IS safe to eat after all – despite cancer fears  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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15:18 Google news Health Reducing Red Meat May Not Be Worth It - Newser

Reducing Red Meat May Not Be Worth It  NewserEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesPublication casts doubt on negative health effects of red meat research  FOX 13 News, Tampa BayNo Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPRHealth chiefs reveal that bacon IS safe to eat after all – despite cancer fears  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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15:18 Google news Sci/Tech Reducing Red Meat May Not Be Worth It - Newser

Reducing Red Meat May Not Be Worth It  NewserEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesPublication casts doubt on negative health effects of red meat research  FOX 13 News, Tampa BayNo Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPRHealth chiefs reveal that bacon IS safe to eat after all – despite cancer fears  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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12:18 Google news Health No need to cut down red and processed meat, study says - Science Daily

No need to cut down red and processed meat, study says  Science DailyEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesRed meat isn't really bad for you  National PostHow risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy  SFGate'No proof' that steak, sausages and bacon cause cancer, experts say  MetroView full coverage on Google News

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12:18 Google news Sci/Tech No need to cut down red and processed meat, study says - Science Daily

No need to cut down red and processed meat, study says  Science DailyEat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesRed meat isn't really bad for you  National PostHow risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy  SFGate'No proof' that steak, sausages and bacon cause cancer, experts say  MetroView full coverage on Google News

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00:27 Google news Health No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage - NPR

No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPREat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesYou can now eat steak, sausage and bacon without worrying about health risks  Mirror Online'Weak' evidence of cancer link from red and processed meat, major review concludes  Telegraph.co.ukThat Perplexing Red Meat Controversy: 5 Things to Know  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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00:27 Google news Sci/Tech No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage - NPR

No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New 'Guidelines' Lead To Outrage  NPREat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.  The New York TimesYou can now eat steak, sausage and bacon without worrying about health risks  Mirror Online'Weak' evidence of cancer link from red and processed meat, major review concludes  Telegraph.co.ukThat Perplexing Red Meat Controversy: 5 Things to Know  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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00:12 Telegraph.co.uk 'Weak' evidence of cancer link from red and processed meat, major review concludes

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23.09.2019
18:03 Phys.org Strip steak: Bacterial enzyme removes inflammation-causing meat carbohydrates

Most mammals naturally produce a carbohydrate known as Neu5Gc—humans do not. However, when we eat red meat, animal Neu5Gc is incorporated in our tissues. As the carbohydrate builds up, our immune systems treat Neu5Gc as a foreign invader, generating antibodies against it. That's why red meat-rich diets are associated with chronic inflammation and related diseases, such as colon cancer and atherosclerosis.

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12.09.2019
12:37 TheStar.com How do you hide a war from your loved one? Lie about everything, including the bombs

When Charlotte Fridy died in 1919, she knew nothing about the First World War, which had claimed millions of lives since fighting erupted in 1914. She was 100, living just outside of London, England, and she had her wits about her. As such, she had a few questions about the food shortages, occasional nighttime explosions, and the abundance of khaki on the young men she knew. Her family and friends, determined to hide the war from her, had plenty of answers. None were the truth. “Hers was the rare experience of having been spared all knowledge of the Great War,” the Middlesex Chronicle noted approvingly a week after her death in August 1919, tucking the geopolitical subterfuge in the middle of a story about her very long life. “Her friends having maintained a strict silence on the events of the past five years in her presence so that even this great catastrophe did not disturb the peaceful eventide of her long and useful life.” It likely began simply

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06.09.2019
10:19 HuffingtonPost.in Everything We Know -- And Don't Know -- About The Dangers Of Vaping

The vaping industry is facing a crisis. In the last few weeks, health officials have linked two deaths and more than 200 cases of severe respiratory diseases to vape pens and e-cigarettes, which have recently soared in popularity. Many of those affected were teenagers and young adults who were hospitalized for symptoms that got increasingly worse, including shortness of breath, coughing, chest pain, fatigue, vomiting and fevers. One of the fatalities, a person in Illinois who was identified as being between 17 and 38 years old, had fallen ill after vaping and was hospitalized. The other, an individual in Oregon, had recently been using a vaping device with cannabis purchased from a dispensary.  While health officials haven’t determined an official cause for the surge in vape-related illnesses, researchers who have been running tests on these devices are extremely concerned. “They’re not safe,” Laura Crotty Alexander, a pulmonologist

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04.09.2019
16:37 ScienceDaily.com Long-term benefits of a low-fat diet

Researchers have identified several women's health benefits from a low-fat diet. The findings found a low-fat diet commensurate with an increase in fruit, vegetable and grain servings reduced death following breast cancer, slowed diabetes progression and prevented coronary heart disease.

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03.09.2019
15:54 HuffingtonPost.in Teenager 'Blind' From Malnutrition After Living On Diet Of Crisps And Chips

A teenager has lost his sight after several years of not eating fruit or vegetables, say researchers from Bristol Eye Hospital.  The boy first presented to the doctor aged 14 complaining of tiredness, but he was not overweight or underweight and had a normal body mass index (BMI), according to a report in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal. He was labelled a ‘fussy eater’ and blood tests showed he was low in vitamin B12 and had macrocytic anaemia – a condition which causes larger-than-normal red blood cells – so was given B12 injections and dietary advice. But when he returned a year later his condition had worsened. He had not stuck to the dietary advice or taken supplements, and had developed hearing loss and impaired vision.  By the time he was 17 the boy, who cannot be named, was suffering with impaired vision to the point of blindness, according to the report.  Investigating the boy’s nutrition, doctors

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13:59 HuffingtonPost.in If Your Poop Looks Like This, It's Time To See A Doctor

It can be pretty, um, crappy dealing with bowel issues. Figuring out what’s normal and what isn’t can be a challenge if you don’t know what to look for. Stools come in all shapes and sizes and can shift forms depending on what you’re eating or what is going on in your life at the moment. “Bowel movements change from person to person depending on his or her diet, physical activity, how much water they consume and what medications they take,” said M. Nuri Kalkay, a retired gastroenterologist and health blogger. Everyone has their own barometer of how often their body is used to going and what a typical stool looks like for them. But what if things change and you see something beyond the norm in the toilet? We chatted with some experts to determine what bowel habits are aren’t so ordinary and might require a trip to the doctor. Black and/or tarry stoolsJeffery M. Nelson, surgical director at the Center for

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02.09.2019
09:36 Technology.org Choosing chicken over red meat could reduce the risk of breast cancer

Eating red meat, especially in large quantities, is not good for you. In fact, eating a lot of

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31.08.2019
17:06 TheStar.com You can lead a horse to a long mesh-bottom bridge ... and then good luck

WHITEHORSE, YUKON—In Whitehorse we were welcomed like family. “Filipe, it’s an honour to be hosting you guys … I’m reading your book right now,” grinned Jocelyn Barrett before passing me a cold Yukon Gold. A lawyer originally from Kuujjuaq, Que., she and her husband, John Van der Meer, live in a gorgeous log home just north of Whitehorse with a chestnut mare and a bay gelding. John’s father, Sid Van der Meer, who we met in Beaver Creek, graciously secured this extraordinary layover for us. “My dad hasn’t stopped talking about you guys since you came through,” said John Van der Meer, while he flipped the elk sausages we would have for dinner that night. With the horses in a spacious pasture filling their bellies and resting their hooves, Clara Davel, my Argentine girlfriend and support driver, and I went about exploring the city of 25,000 people — the major hub for Northern Canada. We arrived in

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28.08.2019
03:52 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: Is red meat bad for your health?

Red meat is a good source of protein and iron, though research has linked it to heart disease, certain cancers, and other health conditions. Learn whether red meat is good or bad for health, as well as what the official dietary guidelines recommend, here.

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17.08.2019
03:37 TheStar.com ‘Easy Rider’ star, 1960s swashbuckler Peter Fonda dies at 79

LOS ANGELES - Actor Peter Fonda, the son of a Hollywood legend who became a movie star in his own right after both writing and starring in the counter-culture classic “Easy Rider,” has died. His family said in a statement that Fonda died Friday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 79. The official cause of death was respiratory failure due to lung cancer. “I am very sad,” Jane Fonda said in a statement. “He was my sweet-hearted baby brother. The talker of the family. I have had beautiful alone time with him these last days. He went out laughing.” Born into Hollywood royalty as Henry Fonda’s only son, Peter Fonda carved his own path with his non-conformist tendencies and earned an Oscar nomination for co-writing the psychedelic road trip movie “Easy Rider.” He would never win that golden statuette, but would later be nominated for his leading performance as a Vietnam veteran and widowed beekeeper in “Ulee’s Gold.” Fonda was born in New York in 1940 to parents whose

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14.08.2019
16:08 HuffingtonPost.in Every Single Fruit And Veggie You Should (Definitely) Eat Every Day

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is great advice, since there are serious nutritional benefits to eating apples. But the saying ends before it mentions what else to eat. To learn which other fruits (and vegetables) you should be eating every day, we spoke to Dr. Michael Greger, author of “How Not to Die,” and cardiologist Joel Kahn.  Greger’s bestseller lays out “The Daily Dozen,” the 12 foods to eat every single day. The dozen includes beans (legumes), flaxseed, nuts, grains, spices, beverages and ... exercise? The Daily Eleven certainly doesn’t have the same ring to it, we guess! (Regardless, it’s good advice.) Let’s dive deep into the remaining five components of the dozen below and learn why you should be eating these fruits and vegetables every single day.  Wait, isn’t the sugar in fruit bad for you?Fruit is part of the Daily Dozen, and if you’re concerned about your

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12.08.2019
20:01 NYT Health Eating Red Meat Tied to Increased Breast Cancer Risk

White meat like chicken was tied to a reduced risk of breast cancer.

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03:42 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: Replacing 'beef with chicken' could reduce breast cancer risk

The role of nutrition in cancer is a hot topic. A new study concludes that red meat increases the risk of breast cancer, but poultry may reduce risk.

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11.08.2019
08:24 HuffingtonPost.in Why Are You Still Doing Bikram Yoga?

In the southwestern Spanish town of Murcia, some 60 yogis spent nine weeks last spring in sweltering heat learning the 26 postures and 2 breathing practices of Bikram yoga, so that they might go home and teach it. The guru himself sat onstage, broadcasting instructions with his microphone headset. Bikram Choudhury, often wearing nothing except a black Speedo and a gold Rolex, is notoriously brutal at his teacher trainings, but his devoted followers embrace and value his methods ― so much so that they all paid between $12,500 and $16,600 to be there.  This fall, dozens more will pay the same amount for a teacher training in Acapulco, Mexico. Choudhury and his students ― the majority of whom are women ― will spend nine weeks at a Sheraton resort on Mexico’s Pacific coast, equipped with an 18-hole golf course, pools, bars, restaurants and “an outstanding wellness area,” according to the program description. Acapulco is a convenient place for Choudhury ― he

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07.08.2019
22:16 Drugs.com Red Meat May Raise Breast Cancer Risk

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 7, 2019 -- Skipping that grilled T-bone and having chicken instead could reduce a woman's risk of breast cancer, a new study suggests. The World Health Organization has declared red meat a probable carcinogen, and this new study adds...

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17:12 News-Medical.Net Eating chicken rather than red meat could lower breast cancer risk

Red meat refers to the flesh obtained from cows, pigs and lambs, that is, beef, pork and lamb/mutton respectively. These contain more of the muscle protein called myoglobin which carries oxygen to the muscle tissue, similar to hemoglobin in the blood.

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17:09 ScienceDaily.com Substituting poultry for red meat may reduce breast cancer risk

Results from a new study suggest that red meat consumption may increase the risk of breast cancer, whereas poultry consumption may be protective against breast cancer risk.

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14:01 News-Medical.Net Substituting poultry for red meat may lower risk of breast cancer

Results from a new study suggest that red meat consumption may increase the risk of breast cancer, whereas poultry consumption may be protective against breast cancer risk. The findings are published in the International Journal of Cancer.

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05.08.2019
03:46 MedicalNewsToday.com Medical News Today: How a dietary change might boost cancer therapy

A study in mice finds that eating less of a particular amino acid that is found in high levels in meat and eggs enhances the effects of cancer treatments.

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01.08.2019
17:21 Google news Health 'Nobody deserves cancer': There's a lung cancer stigma, and it's making people sick - Yahoo Lifestyle

'Nobody deserves cancer': There's a lung cancer stigma, and it's making people sick  Yahoo LifestyleWorld Lung Cancer Day 2019  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasNon-smoker woman diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer – What are the different stages of cancer?  Times NowBuying a new home? Here’s why you should test for this odorless gas  Yahoo LifestyleThe new test every heavy smoker 55 and older should ask their doctor about  Yahoo LifestyleView full coverage on Google News

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17:21 Google news Sci/Tech 'Nobody deserves cancer': There's a lung cancer stigma, and it's making people sick - Yahoo Lifestyle

'Nobody deserves cancer': There's a lung cancer stigma, and it's making people sick  Yahoo LifestyleWorld Lung Cancer Day 2019  KTNV Channel 13 Las VegasNon-smoker woman diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer – What are the different stages of cancer?  Times NowBuying a new home? Here’s why you should test for this odorless gas  Yahoo LifestyleThe new test every heavy smoker 55 and older should ask their doctor about  Yahoo LifestyleView full coverage on Google News

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29.07.2019
13:16 HuffingtonPost.in How To Take Care Of Yourself When Your Parent Is Dying

Losing a parent feels insurmountable at any age. Our series helps you face it ― from the practical logistics to the existential questions about death and dying today. When a parent receives a terminal diagnosis, it can instantly sweep you into caretaking mode ― chauffeuring to doctor appointments, picking up medications, keeping a positive attitude, running errands and doing anything you can to keep your loved one comfortable. But it’s important not to forget yourself in the process. “When your family member is seriously ill, you may become so distracted by the intense process that you may forget to do simple things like eat healthy, go for a walk or get some sleep,” said VJ Periyakoil, director of palliative care education and training at Stanford Health Care in the San Francisco Bay Area. Running yourself into a state of exhaustion will only keep you from fully being there for a parent who needs you ― and will jeopardize your own

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13:05 HuffingtonPost.in Here's What We Know About How Plastic Is Impacting Our Health

Plastic is in absolutely everything to the point where we’re now living in the ‘plastic age’ (according to one scientist) and calculations suggest 8.3 billion tonnes of it have been created in the last 60 years. More than 70% of this is now in waste streams – mostly in landfill, but also polluting the ocean. It’s impacting wildlife populations, infiltrating the food we eat and the water we drink, and it could be harming our health. While there’s been a lot of noise around the need to recycle more, use fewer carrier bags and ditch single-use products, not as much fuss has been made about the potential impact of everyday plastics on human health. And it seems our focus should be in this area as according to the wildlife charity WWF, we consume 11,000 tiny pieces of plastic every year around the world. This is the equivalent to ingesting an average of five grams of plastic – the weight of a credit card – every

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21.07.2019
05:35 HuffingtonPost.in Are We Heading Toward Extinction?

The following has been excerpted from the long-form essay Facing Extinction. For much of my life, I thought our species would soon go extinct. I assumed we might last another hundred years if we were lucky. Now I suspect we are facing extinction in the near future. Can I speculate as to exactly when that might happen? Of course not. My sense of this is based only on probability. It might be similar to hearing about a diagnosis of late-stage pancreatic cancer. Is it definite that the person is going to die soon? No, not definite. Is it highly probable? Yes, one would be wise to face the likelihood and put one’s affairs in order. For decades, I had sensed that things were dramatically worsening, the rate of destruction increasing. As a journalist from 1982 to 1994, I specialized in social and environmental issues. I had written about global warming, the phrase we used in those days, numerous times in the 1980s, but because it seemed a far-off threat, we could

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28.06.2019
06:00 HuffingtonPost.in Multilevel Marketing Companies Are A Nightmare For Women And Everyone They Know

As a stay-at-home mom of three, Angela was eager to find an excuse to get out of the house. Having no one to talk to except her kids all day was a lonely existence, and a Tupperware party hosted by a new neighbor in her Reno, Nevada, community seemed like a great way to socialize. The fact that her neighbor’s sister, the one selling the Tupperware, was raising funds to pay for fertility treatments was an added incentive to participate. “I thought, OK, I’ll sign up just to help you, but I’m not going to sell anything,” Angela said. However, Angela was quickly roped into becoming a Tupperware seller, too. She began attending the weekly rallies that sales teams were expected to attend. Rallies were a mix of fun games with prizes and high-pressure tactics meant to get sellers to buy more and sell more products. Each salesperson was also pushed to bring a certain number of guests with them each week. Despite the aggressive sales requirements,

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23.06.2019
15:09 TheStar.com They’re over the Hill (or are they?) — Retiring MPs talk candidly about what they will and won’t miss

OTTAWA—There are three ways to leave the House of Commons: death, defeat or voluntary resignation. Late this week, the shadow of all those kinds of departures passed over Parliament Hill, as the chamber adjourned for this pre-election summer. The sad passing of Conservative MP Mark Warawa was marked with tears and tributes in the Commons before the formal adjournment vote on Thursday. While it is possible that MPs may need to return for a brief sitting this summer to pass the Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade agreement, most were treating the winding-down of business as the real goodbye to the 42nd Parliament. The vast majority of MPs in all parties will be running this fall to keep their jobs, but about 40 of the people who were saying farewell to the Commons knew they wouldn’t be coming back after the October election. These are the politicians who chose their own time to exit political life — by the latest count, 15 Liberals, 13 Conservatives, 11 New Democrats

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21.06.2019
16:09 News-Medical.Net New study points out simple problem with existing model of cancer

The saying "God doesn't play dice" is meant to suggest that nothing happens by chance. On the other hand, cancer seems like the ultimate happenstance: Don't we all have a 43-year-old, vegan, triathlete friend fighting cancer? Does this mean that cancer plays dice?

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15.06.2019
15:29 WhatReallyHappened.com 3M STUDY FOUND PFAS IN FOOD NEARLY 20 YEARS AGO

SOURCE: EWG.ORG WASHINGTON – Laboratory tests conducted nearly 20 years ago that have gone largely unreported found high levels of the toxic fluorinated chemical known as PFAS a number of popular supermarket foods. The tests were commissioned by 3M, the giant chemical company that first manufactured the two most notorious members of the PFAS family, PFOS and PFOA. Last year, 3M paid $850 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the state of Minnesota that showed the company knew for decades about the health hazards of PFAS but hid that information from the public. According to documents published in June 2001, a 3M-commissioned study found PFOA and PFOS in samples of beef, pork, chicken, milk, green beans, eggs, bread and other foods purchased in six cities in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. EWG first cited the 3M study in a Dec., 2002 petition to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, urging inclusion of PFOA and PFOS in the agency's National Report

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12.06.2019
09:55 News-Medical.Net Findings indicate indirect link between consumption of cattle related foods and cancer

In February 2019, the German Cancer Research Centre presented findings on new infection pathogens that go by the name of “Bovine Milk and Meat Factors”.

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04.06.2019
08:47 WorthyNews.com Leaked FDA study finds milk, meat, produce with cancer-causing chemicals

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found that cancer-causing chemicals are showing up in milk, meat, produce and even store-made chocolate cakes sold in the U.S., according to an agency study that has not yet been made public. The post Leaked FDA study finds milk, meat, produce with cancer-causing chemicals appeared first on Worthy Christian News.

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29.05.2019
10:22 HuffingtonPost.in Sai Pallavi On Rejecting A Fairness Cream Ad And Insecurities While Shooting 'Premam'

All-round awesome person and actor Sai Pallavi confirmed she rejected the offer to star in an ad for a fairness cream and spoke about her own insecurities with self image in an interview with Behindwoods. Unconfirmed reports of the actor rejecting the ad had floated around in the media a month ago. (Read here and here) In the interview Pallavi explained why she decided to not do the ad. “I’ve tricked Pooja (her sister) several times. She liked cheese burgers and had a complex that she wasn’t as fair as I am. When we stood in front of a mirror, she would look at my face and then at hers. I noticed this several times. So I told her that if she wanted to become fair, she should eat fruits and vegetables. And she did. She doesn’t like fruits and vegetables at all but she still ate them because she wanted to be fair. I felt very bad about that, the impact it had on a girl five years younger than me,” the actor said. Related...

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18.05.2019
08:58 WhatReallyHappened.com Natural Compound in Broccoli Suppresses Cancer Tumor Growth

By Jacqueline Mitchell Your mother was right; broccoli is good for you. Long associated with decreased risk of cancer, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables – the family of plants that also includes cauliflower, cabbage, collard greens, Brussels sprouts and kale – contain a molecule that inactivates a gene known to play a role in a variety of common human cancers. In a new paper published today in Science, researchers, led by Pier Paolo Pandolfi, MD, PhD, Director of the Cancer Center and Cancer Research Institute at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, demonstrate that targeting the gene, known as WWP1, with the ingredient found in broccoli suppressed tumor growth in cancer-prone lab animals...

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16.05.2019
22:31 ScienceDaily.com Natural compound found in broccoli reawakens the function of potent tumor suppressor

Long associated with decreased risk of cancer, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables -- the family of plants that also includes cauliflower, cabbage, collard greens, Brussels sprouts and kale -- contain a molecule that inactivates a gene known to play a role in a variety of common human cancers. A new study demonstrates that targeting the gene, known as WWP1, with the ingredient found in broccoli suppressed tumor growth in cancer-prone lab animals.

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05.05.2019
00:31 Google news Health Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard - CBS Sports

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard  CBS SportsAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalBig contract in hand, Canelo Alvarez looks for a big win  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

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00:31 Google news Sci/Tech Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard - CBS Sports

Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard  CBS SportsAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalBig contract in hand, Canelo Alvarez looks for a big win  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

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00:19 Google news Health Callum Smith: Canelo Better at 160-Pounds Than He is at 168 - BoxingScene.com

Callum Smith: Canelo Better at 160-Pounds Than He is at 168  BoxingScene.comCanelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard  CBS SportsAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalView full coverage on Google News

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00:19 Google news Sci/Tech Callum Smith: Canelo Better at 160-Pounds Than He is at 168 - BoxingScene.com

Callum Smith: Canelo Better at 160-Pounds Than He is at 168  BoxingScene.comCanelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs fight: Date, start time, card, odds, DAZN live stream, undercard  CBS SportsAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalView full coverage on Google News

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04.05.2019
23:21 Google news Health Canelo Álvarez and Daniel Jacobs out to unify titles in Cinco de Mayo showdown - The Guardian

Canelo Álvarez and Daniel Jacobs out to unify titles in Cinco de Mayo showdown  The GuardianAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalBig contract in hand, Canelo Alvarez looks for a big win  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

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23:21 Google news Sci/Tech Canelo Álvarez and Daniel Jacobs out to unify titles in Cinco de Mayo showdown - The Guardian

Canelo Álvarez and Daniel Jacobs out to unify titles in Cinco de Mayo showdown  The GuardianAlvarez-Jacobs lovefest ends with weigh-in scuffle  ESPN#CaneloJacobs | Jacobs discusses his battle with cancer  FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIAArmed with $365M deal, ‘Canelo’ Alvarez becomes face of boxing  Las Vegas Review-JournalBig contract in hand, Canelo Alvarez looks for a big win  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

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26.04.2019
06:17 HuffingtonPost.in 11 Times A Low Sex Drive Might Be Something More Serious

A person may experience a decreased libido from time to time during their lifetime, and for a variety of reasons. This could stem from being hit with a bout of stress, having a few late nights in a row or coming down with the flu. But while this ebbs and flows depending on the circumstances, there are times when a sudden decreased sex drive can be a cause for concern. Sleep disorders, vitamin deficiencies and other health conditions can all affect your sex life. Below are some of the reasons you might have a low sex drive, plus steps on what to do about each: 1. Your hormones are out of wack.If your sex drive has declined as a male, it may mean that you have low testosterone, said Stanton Honig, a urologist and director of the Male Urology Program at Yale Medicine. Other symptoms that indicate this may be a problem include reduced energy levels and unexplained weight gain. “Treat this by exercising, eating healthy and getting enough sleep,” Honig

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19.04.2019
21:46 Medscape.Com Moderate Intake of Red Meat Tied to Higher Colorectal Cancer Risk

Consuming moderate amounts of red meat and processed meat is associated with an increased relative risk for colorectal cancer, but eating fiber from bread and cereal may reduce the risk.

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17:53 News-Medical.Net Why eating ‘right’ could cause you to stray from your diet

Recent research has shown that just a small amount of red and processed meat can cause cancer, but changing your diet is hard. So what’s the best way to lose weight and stick to a healthy diet?

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17.04.2019
17:16 CNN Health Eating just one slice of bacon a day linked to higher risk of colorectal cancer, says study

Eating even a moderate amount of red or processed meat is linked with an increased risk of colorectal (bowel) cancer, according to a new study published Wednesday.

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03:55 BBC A rasher of bacon 'ups cancer risk'

Eating even small amounts of red or processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer, study finds.

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03:21 BBC Health A rasher of bacon 'ups cancer risk'

Eating even small amounts of red or processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer, study finds.

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02:10 Telegraph.co.uk Eating red meat just once a day increases bowel cancer risk by a fifth  

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04.04.2019
01:48 Reuters.com Health One in five deaths worldwide linked to unhealthy diet

Eleven million deaths worldwide in 2017 were linked to people eating poor diets high in sugar, salt and processed meat that contributed to heart disease, cancer and diabetes, a global study found.

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17.03.2019
15:06 TheStar.com The man who held up a mirror to an ego-driven restaurant industry — and the shallowness of the city he loved

Taylor Clarke was suspicious of Bengal cats, celery juice, and people with no apparent jobs who were always on vacation. He held up a mirror to Toronto, the unaffordable city he loved, and he called out the most ridiculous, unfair parts. In his corner of the internet, as Chef Grant Soto, he created a community for people to laugh and vent their frustrations. On March 8, he died of an accidental drug overdose. He was 38. Taylor Clarke was a screenwriter who had worked in the restaurant industry. He channelled his insights about the ego-driven business into Grant Soto, a “celebrity chef” who served owl meat to his elite customers and even worse meals to his staff. As Clarke described the absurd and fictitious exploits on social media, he skewered Toronto’s restaurant scene. He used his account to draw attention to injustice in the industry, and when he needed a break from confrontation, he liked to create Toronto personas. A late January post showed a

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