By Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer at the American Cancer Society. October 6th, 2010 10:31 AM ET Question asked by Ronda of Oklahoma: My husband had non-Hodgkins lymphoma in 1990. He was treated with m-BACOD, then switched to CHOP. Now he is diagnosed with adenocarcinoma. His hematologist said that the chemo drugs long ago…Details
Feb 22, 2012 by Lisa Collier Cool Darren Jones wants to check himself into rehab for an unusual “addiction.” He says he’s so hooked on Diet Coke that he downs 18 cans a day and can’t leave home without it. Judging by his photos in The Daily Mail, all that diet soda hasn’t helped him…Details
The popular saying would have us believe that gentlemen prefer blondes. But while the old adage may trip off the tongue, according to new findings, it no longer holds weight.
A study found that gentlemen
A faulty gene that is key to the process of cancer spreading around the body has been discovered in a breakthrough that could provide a “window of opportunity” to stop the disease in its tracks. By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent 6:00PM GMT 24 Jan 2011 British researchers believe that finding drugs that can inhibit the…Details
Comment from The Homeopathic College: In this article, we will highlight the obvious symptoms of the Cancer Diathesis, or Predisposition to Cancer. (See our comments in blue) She’s got two tattoos, body piercings, drinks alcohol and sleeps with boys (and the middle-class mother who allows it all to happen) By Rachel Porter Last updated at…Details
Researchers from Southampton University report compelling evidence that surgery, as well as injury and infection, can dramatically accelerate the disease and the rate of brain death in people who already have early Alzheimer’s disease.Details
Mercury is a serious public health problem, said Callaghan, who specializes in treating people exposed to toxic chemicals. ‘You’ll find that many medical doctors say (mercury poisoning) doesn’t exist. But that’s because they’re not looking for it.’Details
By Dr. Samuel Milham, Washington State Department of Health Historical Evidence That Electrification Caused The 20th Century Epidemic of “Diseases of Civilization” The slow spread of residential electrification in the US in the first half of the 20th century from urban to rural areas resulted by 1940 in two large populations; urban populations, with nearly…Details
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease after the famous New York Yankee baseball player, is a rare condition, characterized by deterioration of both upper and lower motor neurons. It has in incidence of about 2.4 per 100,000 population per year with peak onset between 55 and 75 years of age…Details
A total of 471 people have developed a wheat allergy after using a type of popular green face soap and some of them have become seriously ill, health ministry officials said Tuesday, citing a report by the producerDetails
Doctors have been left baffled by a strange condition which saw a woman of 23 age 50 years in a matter of days. 8:38AM BST 14 Oct 2011 Vietnamese woman Nguyen Thi Phuong now looks like a septugenarian after the rapid aging affliction took hold following an allergic reaction to seafood. Her sad story began…Details
Paige Roffey, 15, collapsed at her home in Rayleigh, Essex with toxic shock syndrome after using a tampon for just four hours.
She was initially sent home from hospital by doctors