Love to gorge on ham, sausages and salami? Beware, a new study suggests that higher intake of cured and processed meats can worsen asthma symptoms.
A research division of the WHO announced that bacon, sausage and other processed meats cause cancer and that red meat probably does, too
Those red meat balls and ready-to-eat nuggets that you pick up from the supermarket may actually put you at an increased risk of developing gut cancer, scientists have warned. In humans, they have found the ...
As international health experts prepare to publish a report on potential cancer risks linked to red and processed meat, industry groups are bracing for a damaging blow to consumer confidence.
In a landmark statement, IARC has ruled that processed meat was classified as carcinogenic to humans.
In a study published last year with little fanfare, researchers found that genetics may determine how dangerous processed meats are for you.
Customers are going to town to argue about the recent WHO report linking processed meat to cancer.
Sales of pre-packed sausages and bacon fell sharply at Britain's top grocers in the weeks following publication of a World Health Organisation (WHO) report, which said eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer.
The analysis finds that eating two servings of red meat, processed meat or poultry per week was linked to a 3% to 7% higher risk of heart disease.
Consuming red and processed meat even in small to moderate amounts may increase the risk of death from all causes, especially cardiovascular disease, revealed a latest study published in the journal 'Nutrients'.