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30-Minutes Walking A Day Can Improve Cancer Patient’s Quality Of Life

Thirty minutes of walking per day can be helpful in enhancing the quality of life among patients, suffering from cancer, suggested a new clinical trial. A new international study, published recently, has highlighted the immense...
Soaked Rice

Eating Soaked Rice Can Taper Off Risks of Heart Disease, Diabetes, and Cancer: Study

Syndromes like Heart Disease, Diabetes and Cancer are some of the most severe threat to general wellness, and in medical theory, there are many medicines prescribed for healing such set of symptoms. But do...
Smoked meat can lead you to a life full of cancer

Smoked meat ups the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease

The world is full of meat lovers. People love to eat meat in various ways, some prefer to fry it, some cook it and some love to have it in a smoky manner. Maximum...
Prolonged Exposure to Work-Related Tension May Cause Cancer in Men: Study

Prolonged Exposure to Work-Related Tension May Cause Cancer in Men: Study

Men, be alert! Taking excess stress in the workplace may cause cancer, warns a new medical trial. Work-related stresses among the employees are quite casual. But prolonged exposure to work-related tensions may cause some serious...
Northeast is the only nation to witness decreased death rate of Melanoma: Study

Northeast is the only nation to witness decreased death rate of Melanoma: Study

Melanoma – a particular type of skin cancer which develops from pigment-containing cells of the body called melanocytes has created a great influence among the populace from 2003 to 2013. A recently conducted study...
Permutation of diabetes and antihypertensive drugs can brush-off cancer cells

Permutation of diabetes and antihypertensive drugs can brush-off cancer cells

A group of researchers from Switzerland has successfully detected a new type of drugs for combating cancer cells. The experiment, held by the researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland have found that...

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