Health News Tuesday 4 February 2020 World Cancer Day. A study commissioned by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) has revealed that millions are still at risk of cancer. How so? Well, simply due to a simple lack of awareness. They are hoping the information will help mobilize urgent
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Get the expert advice of Dr Mehmet Oz and Dr Mike Roizen on how to reduce your risk for cancer as they answer the most-asked questions on this disease. Q: With cancer rates on the rise, especially the ones that affect women, what can I do to protect myself?
There is a certain amount of ambiguity when it comes to understanding exactly what your blood type tells you about your health. But the truth is, you’re likely to have been told many proven facts and mistruths. So before you start developing preconceptions, you need understand what this red stuff going
Sexually Transmitted Infections STIs are rife and as dangerous as always. While some STIs, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, can be treated with antibiotics, the viral types, such as herpes, human papilloma virus and HIV have no cure. In this column, sexual health practitioner Professor Elna McIntosh shares her STI