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Liver Cancer

Coffee is full of antioxidants, which are great for the liver. Maybe that’s why it was correlated with as much as a 50% reduction in liver cancer rates. Other possibilities? Coffee’s also known for preventing a known risk factor for liver cancer: diabetes. Of course, the best way to prevent liver cancer is to stop […]

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Liver cancer, breast cancer, and other cancers are all tied to alcohol, and although there’s a lot of information put out about cancer prevention, the risk of alcohol are rarely included. In most studies, drinking 3 or more alcoholic beverages a day is tied to a marked increase in cancer risk, but even half that […]

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It’s not the first time aspirin’s been linked to wellness and prevention: it’s been tied to lower rates of other cancer, is often recommended as heart attack prevention (and can be lifesaving when taken during a heart attack), and it’s been tied to lower rates of Alzheimer’s. A new study found that those who took […]

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Cut Your Cancer Risk By 50%

November 1, 2012

That’s a high number: 50%, but researchers found that if people followed the general advice given to help prevent cancer, that’s the reduction in cancer rates we’d see. Here are the tips that could contribute to lowering your risk for cancer: -Don’t use tobacco. Tobacco can cause cancer in more places than your lungs, and […]

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Although it may seem obvious, a new study has confirmed that using antivirals to treat Hepatitis C can reduce liver cancer caused by Hepatitis C by about 50%—and previous studies have shown a reduction of up to 70%. Hepatitis C symptoms can rage silently in the liver for years before they become apparent, and by […]

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