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This Simple Activity May be Giving You Cancer

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

Exercise is one of the most powerful weapons for fighting disease. But a new study finds that simply sitting for too long may raise your risk of developing cancer. To make matters worse, exercise alone may not be enough to negate the effects.

Researchers in Germany looked at 43 different studies of nearly 70,000 cancer cases. They found that people who watched the most TV raised their colon cancer risk by over 50%.

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Are These Deadly Carcinogens Lurking in Your Pool?

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Swimming isn’t just for cooling off. It’s also one of the best ways to exercise. Swimming forces you to use your whole body to build strength and stamina. It also puts minimal stress on your joints. But spending time in the water may be doing you more harm than good.

Pools may be weakening your immune system. But that’s not even the worst of it—you could also be putting yourself at greater risk for cancer.

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Horrifying New Revelations About the Food Too Dangerous for Human Consumption

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

We told you two years ago that processed meat products were too dangerous for human consumption.

These products—like hot dogs, frozen pizzas, sausage, and bacon—can contain nitrites linked to 4,000 cases of bowel cancer. And that’s just in the UK. They can also raise your risk of pancreatic cancer by nearly 70%. The bottom line: Avoid eating them at all costs.

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This Deadly FDA Secret is Putting Women in Danger

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Women… If you haven’t seen the latest news about Ambien, brace yourselves. And if you think you’re safe just because you’ve never taken Ambien? Think again.

Last year, the FDA issued a revised dosage of the popular sleep drug—one of the most popular on the market—for women only.1 Their research found that women had nearly 50 percent more of the drug in their systems than men taking the same dosage.

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