Humans are diurnal organisms whose biological clock and temporal organization depend on natural light/dark cycles. Changes in the photoperiod are a signal for seasonal acclimatization of physiological and immune systems as well as behavioral patterns. The invention of electrical light… Continue Reading
Results from the National Cancer Opinion Survey, undertaken by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in collaboration with the Harris Poll, indicate that only 31% realized that a high body mass index increases the risk for cancer (colon, breast, high-grade… Continue Reading
If you’re a woman, obesity is the single biggest cause of cancer, and if you’re a man, it’s the second leading risk. Of the four most common cancers — breast, lung, colon, and prostate — three of them have a pretty… Continue Reading
Best Wishes to All 911 Cancer Patients and Their Families!
Colorectal cancer is the second leading killer among cancer in the United States. Lifestyle factors that may increase your risk of getting colorectal cancer include: Lack of regular exercise A diet low in fruits and vegetables A low-fiber and high-fat… Continue Reading