Eating beans or lentils at least twice a week may reduce a woman's
risk of developing breast cancer, according to research designed to
investigate the benefits of the plant compounds flavonols,writes
Cancer patients who took high-dose vitamin E supplements to protect
them from a recurrence of the disease were actually at higher risk
of getting a second cancer while taking the supplement than those
in a placebo group, researchers...
Greater levels of selenium, vitamin E and the tomato carotenoid
lycopene have been shown to reduce prostate cancer in one out of
every four Caucasian males, or those who inherit a specific genetic
variation that is particularly sensitive...
High blood levels of either alpha-tocopherol or gamma-tocopherol,
both forms of vitamin E, appeared to halve the risk of prostate
cancer in a new analysis of the ATBC trial, which supports earlier
results showing that the vitamin...
Studies investigating strawberries' potential to help prevent
cardiovascular disease (CVD), certain types of cancer and
age-related decline in cognitive function have delivered promising
preliminary data, according to the California...