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.
Lung cancer is no more a smoker's disease and has moved to the top of the category of life-threatening ailments among Indian males and in the coming years women may also have to face a ...
Interestingly, the researchers found that glycemic load (GL), a measure of carbohydrate quantity, had no significant associations with lung cancer risk.
Middle-aged patients between ages 50 to 64 are more likely to be diagnosed with late stage lung cancer than older patients.
It was revealed that participants with the highest yogurt and fibre consumption had a 33 per cent reduced lung cancer risk as compared to the group who did not consume yogurt and consumed the least ...
According to a new study, the smoke emerged from cigarettes can block the self healing process in lungs and can consequently lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
According to a latest report, lung cancer has surpassed breast cancer as the leading cause of cancer death in females in developed countries and the change reflects the tobacco epidemic in women.
Scientists have found that smoking a pack a day of cigarettes can cause 150 damaging changes to a smoker's lung cells each year.
According to the report, there has been a significant drop in cancer induced deaths in almost all states.
US researchers have identified a new biomarker which revealed that known and unknown exposure to second-hand smoke may lead to an increased risk of mortality in non-smokers.