When it comes to weed killer causing cancer, the element in question is glyphosate. This chemical can be found in hundreds of herbicides on the market today. And findings over whether or not it’s actually harmful have been all over the board. It points to an interesting disconnect between science, public opinion and court decisions.
A new study found an uptick in cases of six obesity-related cancers in adults under 50.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Cardiologist Steven Nissen MD, answers this one about whether fish oil and vitamin D are good for reducing your risk of heart disease and cancer.
A new study looked at whether eating organic foods can lower your cancer risk. Oncologist Dale Shepard, MD, PhD, explains what you should take away from the findings.
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