Tag: Cancer

Taking an aspirin daily may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer         A new American study has shown that taking an aspirin daily can reduce the risk of ovarian cancer in women. The American website (HealthDay News) reported that researchers from the US National Cancer Institute analyzed data from 12 studies that…

According to the National Cancer Institute, about 200,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed this year. Family history of prostate cancer is the main factor for this disease, which can cause death, but recent studies have also shown that wrong eating habits and obesity put men at an increased risk of dying from…

Toast or charred meat may be something you love to eat, but you should avoid eating burnt food to stay healthy, so in this report we learn about the risks of eating burnt food to your health, according to the “Health” website. Should you avoid eating burnt food?   Once we start cooking, we see…

The possible connection between cell phones and cancer is controversial. For many years, studies on cell phones and cancer have had mixed results, but there is currently no consensus on the degree of cancer risk.     The main concern with cell phones and cancer appears to be brain tumors associated with cell phone use.…

It is natural for every woman to want a graceful body and a wonderful look, so she strives to maintain a stable and healthy weight, but it is very difficult for many who suffer from obesity or overweight and are trying to lose weight through the use of medications, creams and various diets. It is…

  Each year, more than 2,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. This means that one in 10 women is diagnosed with this disease each year. There are persistent signs of ovarian cancer that you should recognize. Although breast cancer is the most common type of cancer, ovarian cancer is the…

Cancer prevention Welcome to the followers of the Cancer prevention and an overview of chemotherapy treatment for cancer before its eradication. In 2018, about 18 million people were diagnosed with cancer, and more than half of them died.   Cancer prevention Cancer is the uncontrollable growth and spread of cells. This disease can affect almost all parts of the…