S Madhusudhan , January 23, 2017 14:20 IST
Celery is an excellent source of antioxidants and healthy enzymes. It is loaded with compounds that can help a great deal in preventing the risk of cancer.
Press Trust Of India , January 17, 2017 14:22 IST
Sunbeds which are used in indoor tanning sessions, may increase put people at a higher risk of melanoma. A new study warns that melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. ...
Indo-Asian News Service , December 07, 2016 14:53 IST
There has been a 33 per cent increase in the global cases of cancers between 2005 and 2015, the countries with the lowest development status saw a 50 per cent rise.
Press Trust Of India , November 22, 2016 13:48 IST
Children account for 15 per cent of 1400 new cases of cancer turning up annually at JIPMER here, the centrally sponsored health institute said.
Indo-Asian News Service , November 14, 2016 16:08 IST
The number of Americans who smoke has dropped to a record low, but 40 per cent of cancer cases in the country are still linked to tobacco use.
Indo-Asian News Service , November 14, 2016 16:02 IST
Thiruvananthapuram has been termed as the country's breast cancer capital, with cases at a record high of 40 per lakh of population.
Associate Press , November 11, 2016 16:30 IST
Hundreds of veterans who have been diagnosed with a rare bile duct cancer that may be linked to their time in the service and an unexpected source: parasites in raw or poorly ...
Press Trust Of India , November 10, 2016 15:04 IST
A weight loss condition that affects cancer patients may make immunotherapy ineffective, according to a new study which explains why the approach boosting a patient's immune system to treat the disease fails ...
Thomson Reuters , November 08, 2016 16:52 IST
Despite advances that have made treatments safer and more effective, childhood cancer survivors don't appear to have experienced gains in long-term health outcomes, a new study suggests.
NDTV Food , October 24, 2016 16:22 IST
According to a new study, the most common type of ovarian cancer can be treated by a natural compound found in onions.
Indo-Asian News Service , October 20, 2016 17:42 IST
Preventable risk factors like smoking and alcohol are closely associated with 11 of the 15 cancers in the US, finds a study.
Agence France-Presse , October 14, 2016 16:46 IST
The facade of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, was lit up in pink on thursday to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.
Indo-Asian News Service , October 14, 2016 16:11 IST
Head and neck cancers account for more than 5.5 lakh of the total cancer cases reported in India every year, putting India in the sixth place worldwide, said health experts.
Indo-Asian News Service , September 26, 2016 14:04 IST
Bolstering the know how behind targeted cancer treatment, Indian scientists have offered a new rationale for combination drug therapy for ovarian and breast cancer, which they say can counter drug resistance and ...
Reuters , September 13, 2016 17:12 IST
Cancer has become Australia's biggest killer, overtaking heart disease for the first time to take more lives than any other ailment.
Indo-Asian News Service , August 27, 2016 13:23 IST
Apart from wasting your time, long traffic jams may cause exposure to toxic fumes, and potentially increase various health risks, including cancer, say researchers, one of them of Indian origin.
IANS , August 16, 2016 13:30 IST
In Denmark and Israel more women die from cancer than heart diseases.
IANS , August 10, 2016 19:10 IST
According to a study, obesity was more prevalent in patients who were diagnosed with cancer, particularly among survivors of colorectal and breast cancers.
NDTV Food , August 10, 2016 17:37 IST
One out of eight men and one out of nine women have the possibility of developing cancer in their lifetime, the government has revealed.
Reuters , August 09, 2016 12:45 IST
Exposure to air pollution has long been associated with an increased risk of lung cancer, and a new study suggests it might also be tied to a faster death from the disease.