Latest Carcinogen Stories
Decades have been wasted examining the problem of carcinogens while not doing enough to stem "industrial manslaughter," a U.S. researcher said.
New research strongly suggests that a mix of preventative agents, such as those found in concentrated black raspberries, may more effectively inhibit cancer development than single agents aimed at shutting down a particular gene.
Repros Therapeutics has released the evaluation of the microscopic assessment of tissues from a six-month mouse study conducted to satisfy a portion of the FDA mandated two-species trials to demonstrate the lack of carcinogenic potential for new chemical entities.
While old age has been linked with heightened cancer risk, research suggests most cancer rates decrease in octogenarians, U.S. researchers said.
BRITISH scientists expressed caution yesterday over a new study suggesting popular moisturisers could increase the risk of skin cancer. Researchers found mice exposed to UV radiation and treated with skin cream were more likely to develop tumours.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Four food manufacturers have agreed to reduce levels of a cancer-causing chemical in their potato chips and french fries in a settlement with the state of California.
By Lindsay Clydesdale BEING green used to mean forgetting about fashion and looking beautiful. But now the need and demand for environmentally friendly products means you can still be stylish while doing your bit for the planet.
By Anonymous Kimball Midwest said its new bio based Bio-Maxx Greener Cleaner is a powerful all-purpose grime and grease remover. This biodegradable formula effectively breaks down after use and will not contaminate the environment.
To: LIFESTYLES EDITORS Contact: Randall Dale Chipkar, Chipkar Health Concepts Limited, author The Motorcycle Cancer Book, email@example.com MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, July 11 /PRNewswire/ -- A new motorcycle seat accessory provides peace of mind for riders concerned about cancer risk.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Residential exposure to petrochemicals is associated with an elevated risk of leukemia among adults in their 20s, according to a new report. Previous studies have linked workplace exposure to petrochemicals with an increased risk of leukemia.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.