As supermarkets offer all-in-one family meals for... →
With the pork pies, this deal contains two highly processed meats. It’s worth remembering that the World Cancer Research Fund says we should avoid processed meat.
Recipe for health: Chef cooks up a cancer-fighting... →
Mr Bains, a nutritionist and former head chef who lives in Bedford, spent almost two years perfecting the recipe. Ingredients include blueberries, which have been linked with protecting against cancer and guarding the brain against the sticky protein that clogs the brain in Alzheimer’s.
Mobile phone use linked to brain tumours in... →
Long-term mobile phone use could increase the risk of developing cancer, according to a decade-long landmark study.
5 of the best... immune-boosting supplements →
Immunace […] provides antioxidant support to help combat the potentially harmful effects of free radicals, which can accelerate the progression of cancer and cardiovascular disease
Why older fathers are more likely to have children... →
The findings may also help explain why common diseases, including breast cancer, autism and schizophrenia, seem to be more frequent in the offspring of older fathers
Food watchdog calls for folic acid in all bread →
The agency yesterday wrote to chief medical officer Sir Liam Donaldson calling for the move, following new evidence which suggests previous studies that indicated a link between folic acid and cancer were inaccurate.
Oh no! Work is good for you, especially after... →
Workers who drop everything at retirement age are at greater risk of heart attacks, cancer and other major diseases than those who ease their way into old age by taking a part-time job.
Anti-ageing skin creams 'increase risk of cancer ' →
Anti-ageing skin creams are being ‘naively’ used by millions of people not knowing it could increase the risk of cancer, a US academic has claimed.
Olive oil, fruit, nuts,fish... Mediterranean diet... →
A Mediterranean diet is already thought to improve heart health and stave off cancer.
Holland & Barrett to ban hundreds of leading... →
Parabens are used in hundreds of beauty products as a preservative. There has been some research in Britain to suggest the chemicals can build up in the body and are associated with conditions such as breast cancer.
You CAN have a healthy pizza... with our guide to... →
‘Char-grilled vegetable toppings are rich in potassium, which helps muscle cells to function, while the tomato sauce contains lycopene which has been shown to reduce the chance of prostate cancer in men,’ says Catherine Collins, principal dietician at St George’s Hospital, London.