Tag Archives: skin cancer

Daily tomato consumption helps to LOWER the risk of skin cancer


(NaturalHealth365) In an item that belongs in the “eat more fruits and vegetables” file, researchers have recently found that daily tomato consumption can help to reduce skin cancer risk and tumor growth. This is likely due to the lycopene content of tomatoes, say scientists from Ohio State University. The researchers fed one group of mice a diet consisting of 10 ... Read More »

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Common blood pressure drug significantly increases risk of skin cancer

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(Naturalhealth365) Currently, 70 million Americans – nearly one third of the adult population of the United States – have high blood pressure, creating a drastically increased risk of life-threatening conditions such as heart attack and stroke. To make matter even worse, research suggests that a drug commonly prescribed to treat high blood pressure carries frightening health risks of its own. ... Read More »

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Sunscreen warning: Is the Sunscreen Innovation Act of 2014 actually promoting skin cancer?


(NaturalHealth365) We all know the statistics: skin cancer is the most common form of diagnosed cancer in the U.S.  There are many reasons for the epidemic: the thinning of the ozone layer; our blind trust in labels and even toxic sunscreen products. (to name a few) The Sunscreen Innovation Act (SIA) was specifically designed to address the ‘effectiveness’ of sun-protective ... Read More »

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Vitamin B3 reduces the risk of skin cancer


(NaturalHealth365) Research published in the New England Journal of Medicine offers new hope to those at high risk of developing the most common types of skin cancer. The study found that a form of vitamin B3 significantly decreased the chance of high-risk patients developing non-melanoma skin cancer. Nicotinamide, the active form of vitamin B3, was found to reduce the rate ... Read More »

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Gel nail polish may cause potential health problems


(NaturalHealth365) When shellac (best known as “gellish” or “gel”) nail polish hit the market a few years back, it was a ‘dream come true’ for most women. After all, regular nail polish took a long time to dry, and the finished product had the potential to ruin in less than 24 hours. Plus, the process of having artificial acrylic nails ... Read More »

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Erectile dysfunction drugs increase the risk of cancer

(NaturalHealth365) Viagra, along with other erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs, have been found to increase the risk of melanoma by 84%. This is according to a new study that found men who regularly use ‘performance enhancing’ drugs, like Viagra, are much more likely to develop melanoma. Why risk your life? Especially when there are so many alternatives to Viagra. The most ... Read More »

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Stop heart disease with grape seed extract

(NaturalHealth365) Natural healers and conventional physicians alike have long been familiar with the ability of red wine – when consumed in regular, moderate amounts – to help prevent heart disease. But, do we really need to drink wine (alcohol) to be heart healthy? In truth, a powerful natural phenol called anthocyanidin – in the seeds of red wine grapes – ... Read More »

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The real cause of skin cancer

(NaturalHealth365) What really causes skin cancer? We’re offered sunscreens, drugs and surgery – but conventional medicine never talks about a solution to our problems. Here’s some breaking news: skin cancer develops from the inside out. (don’t blame the sun) Keep reading for the (unpopular) truth about disease prevention Modern diets, rich in unstable molecules, promote free radical damage within every ... Read More »

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Melanoma and Suntan Lotion

(NaturalHealth365) Melanoma risk factors aren’t different from any disease. Melanoma isn’t an age-related disease in any true sense. The mechanism for the prevention and treatment is in our control. When you think of melanoma, you think of sun exposure. It’s a fact that the rates of melanoma have gone up by 3.1percent a year since 1992. This has coincided with ... Read More »

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