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Study Reveals Best Way to Quit Smoking

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Featured Article, Lung Cancer by INH Research0 Comments

Cut back slowly? Go cold turkey? What’s the best way to kick the smoking habit?

A major new British study set out to answer the question, which has long puzzled smokers. It turns out that quitting all at once—going cold turkey—works better than tapering off.

The study at the University of Oxford assembled 700 adults who smoked an average of 20 cigarettes a day.

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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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This is How Potatoes Can Give You Cancer

In Alzheimer's and Memory, Cancer, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Lung Cancer by INH Research1 Comment

Are starchy foods the new cigarette?

Even if you don’t smoke, a high-glycemic diet can lead to lung cancer.

That’s the surprising finding of a new study by the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. It found that people with a high-glycemic diet have a dramatically higher risk of lung cancer… Even if they don’t smoke.1

Researchers studied more than 1,900 lung cancer patients and more than 2,400 cancer-free people.

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Can’t Quit Smoking? This Diet Trick May Save Your Lungs

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Lung Cancer by INH Research2 Comments

Nicotine is harder to kick than heroin.1 That’s why many smokers just can’t quit.

They try the patch, the gum, drugs like Chantix, hypnotism, cold turkey… You name it. They know full well that cigarettes cause cancer and lung disease. But no matter how hard they fight, nicotine wins.

If you’re hopelessly addicted to cigarettes, researchers may have found a way to save your lungs.

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CONFIRMED: You Are in Control of Your Cancer Risk

In All Health Watch, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Featured Article, Lung Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Skin Cancer by INH Research1 Comment

New research in the journal Nature shows you have more control over your cancer risk than you think.

Scientists at Stony Brook University looked at how stem cells divide in human tissues. These included lung, pancreatic, and colon. By the end of the study, there were three major revelations.

First, only about 10% of cancer risk is due to bad genes.

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This Vitamin Turns the Tables on the #1 Cancer Death Threat

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Cancer, Featured Article, Lung Cancer by INH Research2 Comments

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in men and women worldwide.1

Smoking and inhaling secondhand smoke are a couple of the main risk factors. But you already know about those. And they’re not the only ones…

Of course, family history can put you in danger (although not as much as some people think). Exposure to asbestos from building materials or radon—a naturally occurring radioactive gas—puts you at risk as well.

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