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One Shot for Chemo Pain

 December 5, 2019

I recently read an article on a shot that may block chemo pain for several weeks, which was written by Catharine Paddock Ph.D. and fact-checked by Tim Newman. The possibility to relieve persistent pain that can follow chemotherapy with a natural protein that blocks the underlying inflammation process in the cells has been discovered. The […]

Longetivity in the U.S.

 December 4, 2019

An article written by Dennis Thompson of the HealthDay Reporter explores where you live might depend a lot on how long you will live. This information comes from a new study of federal health data. Between the years of 1980 and 2014 researchers say that the life expectancy for American men and women increased slightly […]

Plastic Straws in our World!

 December 3, 2019

Did you know that nearly 500 million plastic straws are used every day in the U.S. alone? Just think of all these used straws polluting the environment. You never order a drink these days without a straw to accompany it. Well, I have to admit, I love drinking through a straw when I’m not at […]

Engineered Antibody System to Kill Cancer Cells

 December 2, 2019

Catharine Paddock Ph.D. composed an article that was fact-checked by Jasmin Collier about an engineered antibody that summons the immune system to kill cancer cells. It attaches itself to the cancer cells before summoning and activating the killer T cells from the immune system to destroy them. The body can be protected in many ways […]

Cancer Meds Tied to Vision Loss

 December 1, 2019

Serena Gordon of the HealthDay Reporter gave information on a new type of cancer treatment that may offer a chance for longer survival, but at the same time could trigger new side effects, such as vision problems. There are three cases from the new research of a potentially vision-threatening eye condition called uveal effusion after […]

Stopping Toxic Cancer Therapies

 November 30, 2019

Most of the medical professionals are striving to beat the cancer issue and truly looking for answers, but unfortunately, they have been taught in medical school that the use of toxic cancer therapies is the way. It’s rare when you hear an oncologist state that cancer can be prevented and treated with a fully-functioning immune […]

Age-old Benefits of Black Cumin

 November 29, 2019

The oil of black cumin has been used for centuries to treat cancerous tumors. A couple of studies from China and Saudi Arabia in 2011 found the oil has been used for hundreds of years to treat cancer. This confirms its cancer-fighting properties, as well as black cumin oil, can be effective in the treatment […]

Breast Implants

 November 28, 2019

Are breast implants linked to cancer? Sara G. Miller is a staff writer who answers some of our questions. There are cases of a rare type of cancer which is linked to breast implants and they seem to be on the rise. The breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, or BIA-ALCL, is not a form […]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

 November 27, 2019

Tim Newman recently composed an article that was fact-checked by Jasmin Collier on chronic fatigue syndrome. There is new evidence of the immune system’s role in chronic fatigue syndrome in unprecedented depth. This could help to design future treatments for the condition. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is also called myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and is a […]

Pill for Breast Cancer Diagnosis

 November 26, 2019

Maria Cohut published an article giving us information on the new innovative pill that may aid in the diagnosis of breast cancer. Needless procedures are performed on many women with benign breast modules or slow-progressing cancer because the current diagnostic methods cannot make the difference between harmful and benign tumors. Now there may be a […]