Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, the most widely used herbicides, has been labeled a probable carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
Have people used asparagus for cancer? Asparagus harnesses some key natural substances that are responsible for preventing cancer in numerous ways.
A class action lawsuit against General Mills, the maker of Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt, and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls, was just certified by a federal judge.
A man named Adam was recently arrested for “allegedly administering medicinal cannabis oil” to his 2-year-old daughter. Is this how we treat medicine?
If the threat of obesity isn’t enough to make you put down that Coke or Pepsi, here are 6 other health threats you might want to consider.
The millions of people consuming soda daily are increasing their risk of cancer, specifically due to the carcinogenic ingredient known as caramel coloring.
New research shows that a simple compound in olive oil is capable of killing cancer cells ‘within 30 minutes to an hour’ without harming healthy cells.
A recent study has found that a compound within green tea is capable of destroying oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells completely unharmed.
Cancer rates have exploded at an increase of almost 6000 percent in areas near the Fukushima reactor meltdown, and governments are keeping it quiet.
In a silently-released study, it was found that men consuming a multivitamin each day showed an 8 percent reduction in risk of cancer across the board.
One scientist’s findings show overwhelmingly that brown mustard compounds “strongly inhibit bladder cancer development and progression.”
A recent study has found that drinking coffee could lead to a reduced risk of most serious or ‘deadly’ skin cancers, including malignant melanoma.
Is it possible that the common tomato can do as good a job at lowering cholesterol as statin drugs for only a fraction of the cost and without side effects?
The USDA recently claimed that current pesticides levels on food are safe, and that we should continue eating food coated with toxic chemicals.
A Connecticut cancer-stricken teenager has voiced her desire to live life without chemotherapy, but the Supreme Court is forcing treatment.
In a study using data from 41 countries, researchers found that eating beans reduced incidence of death from breast, prostate, and colon cancer.
A study says that the development of cancer is beyond our control most of the time, but there is a mountain of evidence that says otherwise.