New systematic review and meta-analysis show that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of stomach or gastric cancer.
Many people, mostly quacks, push alternative medicine to treat or “cure” cancer. But they almost never work and are dangerous to health.
What does the science say about the potential links between glyphosate (Roundup) and cancer? There’s a lot of research that says no link.
This article will review the evidence that may support or reject the claim that red meat is linked to cancer.
A new population-based study shows that higher alcohol consumption may increase the risk of early-onset colorectal cancer.
The World Health Organization is ready to claim that the sweetener aspartame causes cancer using weak evidence.
A lot of medical research on vitamin D supplements don’t provide much evidence that it is useful in treating any disease.
Starving cancer is another one of those internet myths pushed by pseudoscientific quacks who try to give people and “easy” cure for cancer.
Some people like to claim that cancer is a modern disease. It is not, since we can find cancer in Egyptian mummies and dinosaurs.
A new study seems to show a link between artificial sweeteners and cancer. This article critically examines the conclusions.