Monsanto Weed Killer Roundup Was ‘Substantial Factor' in Causing Man's Cancer, Jury Says
The finding was the first verdict from a federal jury in thousands of similar cases against the company.
8 hours ago - NY Times
Got cancer? Same company that manufactured Vietnam War's Agent Orange and Holocaust's poisonous gas makes deadly American medicine and food
“How could this have happened to me?” Those are usually the first words out of someone's mouth when they find out from an oncologist that they have some form of cancer. “I'm a...
8 hours ago - Natural News
The 12 signs of breast cancer that everyone needs to be aware of
Breast cancer is the second most common cause of death in women - and the number is rising fast. About one in eight U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer at some point...
9 hours ago - Natural News
Prognostic significance of sarcopenia and skeletal muscle mass change during preoperative chemoradiotherapy in locally advanced rectal cancer
The aim of this study was to investigate the prognostic impact of sarcopenia and skeletal muscle change in rectal cancer patients who underwent preoperative chemoradiotherapy .
10 hours ago - Clinical Nutrition - 2 articles
Coffee chemicals could curb prostate cancer
Coffee is a complex cocktail of compounds. A recent study identifies two particular molecules that might have cancer-fighting capabilities.
11 hours ago - Medical News Today - 2 articles
Compounds in coffee could slow prostate cancer growth
Researchers from Japan have noted that certain compounds in coffee could slow and even stop the progress of prostate cancer.
12 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Cancer Vaccine Misses Mark in Prostate Cancer
Phase III randomized trial fails to confirm survival benefit seen earlier
12 hours ago - MedPageToday
Flu Shot OK for Cancer Patients on Checkpoint Inhibitors
Study examined incidence of immune-related adverse events after flu vaccination
12 hours ago - MedPageToday
Jury rules Roundup was a 'substantial factor' in causing ANOTHER man's cancer
Edwin Hardeman, 70, of Santa Rosa, California, has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system after using the weed killer in his garden for 30 years.
13 hours ago - Daily Mail
URMC Recognized by American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer
URMC is only the sixth institution in the country and the only one in New York and the Northeast to receive this accreditation so far.
13 hours ago - University of Rochester Medical Center
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Rates of dementia have dropped 15% per decade since the 1980s
Researchers led by Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, studied almost 60,000 people to find individual dementia risk in the West is lower than in the 1980s.
Air pollution may damage a man's ability to perform in the bedroom
A study by Guangzhou Medical University in China found that exposing male rats to regular doses of petrol and diesel exhaust gases reduced their ability to respond to sexual...
Playing Video Game May Help Stroke Survivors Move Again
New customized video game called myoelectric computer interface helped retrain stroke survivors' arm muscles into moving more normally, finds a new study.
Simple Blood Test can Determine the Preterm Birth Rate in Low-resource Countries
Simple blood test and mathematical model can precisely identify preterm babies without ultrasound, reports a new study
Pregnant Women with Undiagnosed Diabetes More Likely to Experience Stillbirths
Women with undiagnosed diabetes in pregnancy are more likely to experience stillbirth, reveals a new study.
Low Levels of Leisure-Time Exercise Can Lower Your Death Risk
Even very light leisure-time exercises such as gardening and walking in the park can reduce the risk of death from heart disease, cancer, and other causes, reveals a new study.
Undernutrition in Pregnancy Changes Lung-Specific Gene Expressions
New research shows how a mother's diet can affect epigenetic markers of her offspring and result in changes to genes that regulate lung health.
Even Small Doses of Synthetic Cannabinoids Can Impair Brain Function
New study finds that even low doses of the synthetic cannabinoid JWH-018 can reduce or impair cognitive performance.
The woman who can SMELL Parkinson's
Joy Milne , of Perth, Scotland, discovered she can smell Parkinson's when she noticed a change in her late husband Les's scent a decade before he was diagnosed in 1985.
People Choose Healthy and Sustainable Lunches Labeled 'green'
People are likely to choose healthier and more sustainable canteen meals if they are labelled with a traffic light system.