25 Apr 2015
Washington: The humble turmeric - a familiar yellow spice common in Indian cooking - may help treat oral cancers caused by a virus, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, claim.
22 Apr 2015
London: Drinking just two cups of coffee a day can help inhibit the growth of tumours and reduce the risk of recurrence in women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, a new research suggests.
21 Apr 2015
New York: Over-the-counter dietary supplements you thought were good for you may actually increase cancer risk if taken in excess of the recommended daily amount, says a new research.
20 Apr 2015
New York: A new therapy containing broccoli sprout extract has been found to protect not only mice against oral cancer but also tolerable in a small group of healthy human volunteers, says a new study.
19 Apr 2015
Berlin: A cancer diagnosis can lead patients to experience post-traumatic stress which may affect cognitive function, a new study has found.
18 Apr 2015
London: Scientists have discovered a protein that plays a critical role in promoting immunity to viruses and cancer, opening the door to new therapies.
17 Apr 2015
New York: Elderly people are increasingly turning to aspirin to protect themselves from heart ailments and cancer, reveals a new survey.The national-level survey suggests that more than half of the older adults in the US are now taking a daily dose of aspirin, even though its use is not recommended by the Food and Drug Administration for most people who have not yet had a heart attack or stroke.
15 Apr 2015
New Delhi: A 15-year-old school girl's cosmetic surgery pictures from China went viral on social media. Shockingly the girl underwent cosmetic surgeries to get her lost love back.
16 Apr 2015
London: A new blood test can predict if a woman would get breast cancer in the next two to five years and could create a "paradigm shift" in early diagnosis of the disease, reports a new study.
16 Apr 2015
Washington: Brisk walking for about three hours a week is enough to help prostate cancer survivors reduce damaging side effects of their treatment, according to a promising study.