by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz. Over the past decade, real progress has been made in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Even though we are making headway, it’s important to remember we may never completely prevent or cure this disease. We must stay vigilant to continue refining and redefining our breast cancer approaches for greater prevention and survival rates. Here are 5 risk factors that can be eliminated or reduced to help prevent the development of breast cancer.
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I just finished a new book (published by Rodale!) by Margaret I. Cuomo, MD, called A World without Cancer, and I highly recommend it. As a doctor, Cuomo is able to explain cancer—its origins in the body, its treatments, its potential cures, and the challenges of finding solutions—with a clarity that is refreshing and highly informative. While we’ve spent billions in research, and people have donated time and money, run races, and sold lemonade, it’s actually shocking and disturbing how little progress we’ve made.
Guest blog by Laura Klein, publisher of OrganicAuthority.com. There’s so much to say about sunscreen—beyond how essential it is. That’s because the ingredients in countless conventional sunscreen products are astonishingly bad for our health. All you have to do is read Environmental Working Group’s report and guides on sunscreens to uncover the truth. In fact, […]
The recent President’s Cancer Panel report, “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now,” has put the official government seal on something many of us have recognized for quite some time: Chemicals are very likely to cause cancer. For the first time, the government has had the courage to recommend the proper solution: Eat […]
By guest blogger Annie Spiegelman (a.k.a the Dirt Diva) Earlier this month the President’s Cancer Panel submitted its report, entitled Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now, which describes the effects of environmental exposures on cancer risk. The two-member panel—LaSalle D. Lefall, Jr., MD, a professor of surgery at Howard University, and Margaret […]
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now