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Archives: October 2015

  • Aspirin May Lower Obesity-Related Cancer Risks

    October 29, 2015
    Scientists have long understood that obesity and certain types of cancer go hand-in-hand. Aside from strongly recommending people lose weight, however, they have been at somewhat of a loss on how to help them decrease those cancer risks. In regard to colorectal cancer, it seems, aspirin might make a big difference. Researchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom recently...read more
  • Social Difficulties Not Common with Colorectal Cancer

    October 15, 2015
    Colorectal cancers affect both men and women and have a propensity to cut across all socioeconomic and ethic lines. Considered among the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer, there are about 130,000 new cases reported annually in the United States alone. While all forms of cancer can create social ramifications for patients, colorectal cancers are often thought to be among...read more

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