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No. 1 Killer: Why Cancer Is Catching Up to Heart Disease

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Heart disease has been America’s top killer for decades. But a new government report shows that cancer is closing in fast.

In 2000, cancer was the number one killer in just two states, Alaska and Minnesota. But now, cancer is the top killer in 22 states and gaining fast, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control1

The chart below shows how cancer is taking over.

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We Know Exercise Cuts Cancer Risk… Here’s How Much

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Exercise lowers your chances of getting cancer. You’ve likely heard this many times.

But it begs the question: How much does it really help?

Is it enough to make a real difference? And how much do you have to exercise to get significant benefits?

Researchers at the National Cancer Institute recently set out to answer these questions. They looked at dozens of cancer studies worldwide that followed more than 1.4 million people.

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Every Breast Cancer Patient Needs to Read This…

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A massive new study finds that nearly half the women who get chemotherapy for breast cancer don’t need it.

The surprising findings show that thousands of women are subjected to the harsh side effects of chemo without getting any health benefits whatsoever.1

Chemo patients often suffer hair loss, severe fatigue, pain, nausea, and many other hard-to-bear side effects.

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Johns Hopkins Study: 4 Lifestyle Fixes for Breast Cancer Genes

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When it comes to breast cancer, the curse of nature can be overcome by clean living.

That’s the upshot of a new study that provides hope to women who have a genetic predisposition to breast cancer. It shows that if breast cancer runs in your family, you can beat your heightened risk by making simple lifestyle changes.1

Johns Hopkins researchers looked at women with one or more gene variants that put them at greater risk for breast cancer.

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Ruled by Fear: Women Flock to Get Double Mastectomies

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More breast cancer patients are taking drastic action to cure themselves. Even though they have cancer in only one breast, more women are opting to have their healthy breast removed as well.

They want make absolutely sure the cancer has no chance of coming back. Over the past 10 years, the number of breast cancer patients who decide to remove a cancer-free breast has more than tripled.

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5 Surprising Signs Cancer Is Growing in Your Body

In All Health Watch, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Featured Article, Lung Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Skin Cancer by INH Research0 Comments

A woman in England started craving lettuce. Soon she was eating four entire heads a day. Her worried husband, a forensic scientist, felt there had to be a medical reason for her craving.1

His research revealed that lettuce contains sulforaphane. This is a compound that slows the growth of cancer cells. Could her body be craving lettuce to fight cancer?

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