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Pan- fried red meat increases the risk of developing prostate cancer by 30 percent, according to a new report. Researchers from the University of Southern California and Cancer Prevention Institute of California have found that eating red meat, which
Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer and second most common cause of cancer related death in men in the United States. Nearly one in five men will develop the disease during their lifetime. New research demonstrates that increased
The team tracked until 2006 the eating habits and cancer risks of some 80,000 men and women who were between the ages of 45 and 74 in the second half of the 1990s, including 788 who developed colon cancer during the tracking period, and divided them
tool goes here Nothing screams football season like a hot dog dripping with mustard. But firing up the grill each weekend is no excuse for a season-long splurge. When dining alfresco, exercise the same healthy eating habits you practice indoors.
The question I've heard that barbecued food is cancer causing...The answer Yes, there is evidence to suggest that a heavy intake of barbecued meat could increase cancer risk. Compounds in cooked meat called heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are to blame.
Barbecues can result in food poisoning from raw or undercooked foods; temperamental grills can cause burns; and charred meat may contribute to the development of certain types of cancer, according to Dr. Martha Howard, a Chicago Healers practitioner.
The news that charred meats contained potentially cancer-causing compounds piqued scientists' interest: It offered one explanation of a link researchers had found between meat consumption and an increased risk of certain types of cancer, said
Grilling fruits and veggies is a great way to load up on vitamins and nutrients that help your body fight off diseases like cancer. Steve Milloy Thursday, June 9, 2011 The University of Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center can't make cancer history
tool goes here Nothing screams summer like shrimp on the barbie or a hot dog dripping with mustard. But firing up the grill several times a week between Memorial Day and Labor Day is no excuse for a season-long splurge. When dining alfresco, exercise
And now that it finally feels like summer, it's time to fire up the grill. Getting your friends and family together for the first barbecue of the season is a great way to kick off summer. But backyard chefs should be aware that some research suggests