• Study finds that a traditional Chinese medicine is effective at treating liver cancer

    25 days ago - By Natural News

    Conventional treatments for cancer, such as chemotherapy and radiation, are known for targeting even healthy cells. The damage induced on healthy cells by non-selective targeting these cancer treatments lead to side effects like diarrhea, anemia, infertility, mood changes, and weight loss. To avoid these side effects, people are now turning to traditional medicine...
    Read more ...

     

  • Curcumin targets aggressive and lethal forms of cancer while leaving noncancerous cells unharmed

    Curcumin targets aggressive and lethal forms of cancer while leaving noncancerous cells unharmed

    25 days ago - By Natural News

    The fact that turmeric can help to fight cancer isn't exactly news, but a recently published study underscores its superiority by demonstrating the Asian spice's potential to target some of the deadliest types of cancer while leaving healthy cells undisturbed. Curcumin, the most active constituent in turmeric, is a powerful antioxidant and is...
    Read more ...

     

  • Taking the powder of the Java plum reduces the damage caused by a high-fat diet

    Taking the powder of the Java plum reduces the damage caused by a high-fat diet

    25 days ago - By Natural News

    A study by North South University researchers in Bangladesh shows that the Java plum , a plant native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, can effectively prevent cell damage caused by oxidative stress, as well as reduce the likelihood of inflammation and fibrosis in the liver. The study, published in BMC Complementary and Alternative...
    Read more ...

     

  • Middle-aged people have MORE cancer-causing mutant cells than normal ones, shock study reveals

    Middle-aged people have MORE cancer-causing mutant cells than normal ones, shock study reveals

    26 days ago - By Daily Mail

    Researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK, found that in the oesophagus alone, up to 80 per cent of cells contain mutations that have the potential to cause cancer even if they seem healthy.
    Read more ...