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Recycled and Reused Food Contact Plastics Are Vectors for Toxins

From The Guardian, May 27, 2023: Recycled and reused food contact plastics are “vectors for spreading chemicals of concern” because they accumulate and release hundreds of dangerous toxins like st…

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Evidence That External Stressors Adversely Affect Cancer Outcomes

A measure of environmental stress had a significant association with mortality risk in patients with breast cancer, a large retrospective cohort study showed.

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Health Lifestyle Significantly Reduces Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence and Mortality

In a prospective study of 1340 breast cancer patients, published in JAMA Network Open, researchers found that in patients with the strongest adherence to the American Cancer Society and American Inst…


Sugar and Cancer: What You Need to Know to Reduce Risk and Improve Your Health

If you’ve ever wondered, “Will sugar make my cancer grow?” or “How much sugar can I safely consume?” – this eBook is for you.

Over 5,000 Tons of Dangerous Fumes Escape From Consumer Products Into Our Homes Each Year

FROM CNN HEALTH, May 2, 2023: Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are liquids or solids used in consumer products that turn into gas when exposed to air and sunlight.

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Healthy Lifestyle Associated With Significant Reduction in Breast Cancer Recurrence and Mortality

In a study published in JAMA Network, healthy lifestyle behaviors, as defined by the American Cancer Society and American Institute of Cancer Research, were associated with a 37% reduced hazard of bre…

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