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Alcohol increases cancer risk, but don’t trust the booze industry to give you the facts straight
Adjunct Professor, School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Curtin University; Education and Research Director, Cancer Council WA; Chair, Occupational and Environmental Cancer Committee, Cancer Coun... read more
Sugar and cancer – what you need to know
And how does the sugar we consume through food and drink affect ... but not give it to cancer cells. There’s no evidence that following a “sugar-free” diet lowers the risk of getting cancer, or boosts ... read more
Formaldehyde among substances added to cancer list
Formaldehyde, a chemical used in embalming fluid and in consumer products is known to cause cancer ... industry, nail technicians and beauticians," he said. "It's not just one exposure. It's continuou... read more
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Western Digital Corp. (WDC) CEO Steve Milligan Hosts Investor Day Conference (Transcript)
As an industry, we love buzzwords and now AI, IoT, trust ... I don’t have a detailed slide for each area of the portfolio, so I will just spend a little time on this slide and give you a feel ... read more
Why do people with East Asian heritage get flushed after drinking alcohol?
Read more: Alcohol increases cancer risk, but don't trust the booze industry to give you the facts straight The risk is highest for those with partial deficiency. This is because their low residual en... read more
Waynesboro native Jessie Dickey is gracing Broadway
Former Waynesboro resident Jessie Dickey said she is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut in “Wit,” the story of a poetry professor undergoing experimental treatment for cancer. “The cast is spect... read more
Mobile phones and cancer: misleading headlines fail to mention rats
Dig a little deeper in to the news reports and you will ... have found no increased risk of cancer from using mobile phones. And considering these previous studies were in people, this latest study in ... read more
Why Doesn't Science Understand the Menopause?
The oestrogen is to replace the body’s falling levels and the progestogens to protect the endometrium: though the mechanism is unclear, adding oestrogen without a progestational agent increases the ri... read more
Drinking: 18 vs. 21
It’s kind of a basic axiom that if you make alcohol more readily accessible, people will drink more and a certain percentage of them will drink to excess in a greater percentage. There’s just all kind... read more
Science Triumphs in Oregon and Colorado: GMO Labeling Measures Fail
But don’t try to scare the rest of us into fearing foods that time and time again have proven their worth nutritionally, economically, and ecologically. You may have gotten a few signatures on a ballo... read more
Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
That doesn’t mean that I don’t think others are good gift-buyers or that I expect ... it really is the thought that counts. Love what you’ve got Make it your job to love and be grateful for every bles... read more
Is an occasional cigarette that bad for you?
However, it’s a myth to believe that if you smoke only two cigarettes a week for example, or just on the weekends, that it won't affect your health. Even a few cigarettes can increase your blood press... read more