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Could antiperspirants increase breast cancer risk?

Sunday May 29, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- In an article published in Morphologie, P. D. Darbre at University of Reading suggests that aluminum salts can be

Anthocyanin helps prevent prostate cancer

Saturday May 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study led by researchers at University of Catania in Catania, Italy suggests that eating a diet full of ...
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Iron may affect gestational diabetes mellitus risk

Saturday May 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study led by researchers at Boston University suggests that high preconceptional intake of heme iron, which can ...
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Food Additive Titanium Dioxide Toxic to Blood Cells

Saturday May 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- Titanium dioxide in the form of nanoparticles is genotoxic and cytotoxic after it enters our systems as many animal ...
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Got tested? You probably failed. - Newsletter 052816 from Organic Consumers Association

    TOP NEWS OF THE WEEK Got Tested? You (Probably) Failed. If you participated in the glyphosate test project launched last year by The Detox Project (formerly Feed The World) and OCA, ...
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Cancer is man-made

You may think that genetics may play a big role in the cancer development and you cannot do anything to prevent cancer from developing.  A ...
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Earing highly antioxidative diet cuts pancreatic cancer risk

A new case-control study in the Journal of Cancer suggests that eating a diet with high total antioxidant capacity can cut the risk of pancreatic ...
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Which cell phone is safer: GSM-based or CDMA-based?

Some cell phones can only work with the CDMA-based networks used by Verizon, Sprint and U.S. Cellular.   Other cell phones can only work with ...
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Free radical scavengers reduce radiation-induced DNA damage

Exposure to ionizing radiation like medical x-ray can cause genomic instability and induce cancer because the radiation generates free radicals or reactive oxygen species which ...
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Breaking News: U.S. study links cell phone radiation to brain cancer

Friday May 27, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- Part of the study in which the U.S. invested 25 million dollars has yielded some evidence to confirm findings from ...
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