By: Terry Graedon May 18, 2017 3 Comments
    Why You Should Exercise and Eat Right, Now

    We've all been told that we should exercise and eat right. Research to be reported at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting shows that a healthy lifestyle matters. That's true even after a…

    By: Joe Graedon January 19, 2017 7 Comments
    Hot Pepper Lovers Live Longer So Fire Up Your Ta…

    Ok, I admit it. I cannot be neutral about this topic since I am a confirmed "chile-head." I love hot peppers. I'm not the only one. Salsa sales are soaring. The market for hot sauce swelled more than …

    By: Terry Graedon November 28, 2016 5 Comments
    Can Herbs Prevent a Recurrence of Prostate Cance…

    A few decades ago, any suggestion that herbs might reduce the risk for cancer would have been greeted with suspicion. As researchers scramble to find out what natural products might be helpful, they …

    By: Joe Graedon November 10, 2016 3 Comments
    Save Money on Early Bird Special to Spice Up You…

    Today is the last day for our early bird 20% discount on the new book, Spice Up Your Health. Do you love spices and culinary herbs as much as we do? Humans have treasured spices for thousands of year…

    By: Joe Graedon August 6, 2015 0 Comments
    Spicy Foods May Help People Live Longer

    A new study from China suggests that people who consume spicy foods may live longer and healthier lives. The investigators collected information from nearly half a million Chinese adults and followed …

    By: Joe Graedon March 12, 2015 4 Comments
    Fish-and-Veggie Diets Cut Cancer Risk

    People who eat primarily plant based diets with some seafood cut their risk of colorectal cancer dramatically, by 43 percent. (This type of diet has a name: pescovegetarian.) That's the finding from t…

    By: Terry Graedon September 19, 2013 2 Comments
    Plenty of Veggies and Whole Grains Help Ward Off…

    Pancreatic cancer is rare but quite aggressive. New research based on a study of half a million Americans over 50 years old shows that it is possible to reduce the risk of developing pancreatic cancer…

    By: Terry Graedon August 1, 2013 0 Comments
    Loading Up on Fruits and Veggies Lowers Bladder …

     Scientists have long suspected that a diet rich in vegetables and fruits might protect against certain types of cancer. A large cohort study examined the relationship between diet and the risk of in…

    By: Terry Graedon July 4, 2013 0 Comments
    Healthy Living Boosts Prostate Cancer Survival

    A diet rich in vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains, together with regular physical activity, offers men with prostate cancer an advantage. Researchers at UCLA studied more than 2,200 men who …

    By: Terry Graedon March 21, 2013 0 Comments
    Heart-Healthy Living Lowers Cancer Risks

    Following a heart healthy lifestyle may have an additional payoff. Researchers at Northwestern University have found that people who did not smoke, controlled their blood sugar, blood pressure and cho…

    By: Joe Graedon December 27, 2012 1 Comments
    Higher Risk of Tumors among Junk Food Junkies

    People with a family history of colon cancer benefit from cleaning up their diets. Dutch investigators followed nearly 500 individuals with Lynch syndrome, a genetic quirk that greatly increases the r…

    By: Joe Graedon December 20, 2012 4 Comments
    Coffee Drinkers Cut Risk of Mouth Cancer

    Cancer of the mouth affects over 30,000 people in the U.S. each year and nearly 7,000 die annually from this malignancy. The American Cancer Society has been overseeing a long-term epidemiological stu…

    By: Joe Graedon October 25, 2012 0 Comments
    Green Tea Against Cancer

    Green tea drinkers appear to be slightly less susceptible to some types of cancer. A ten-year epidemiological study of nearly 70,000 Chinese women found that those who drank green tea at least three t…

    By: Joe Graedon October 18, 2012 0 Comments
    High-Flavonoid Foods Fight Cancer

    A case-control study of nearly 2,000 men from North Carolina and Louisiana found that heaping the plate with vegetables and fruits may help lower the likelihood of aggressive prostate cancer. Approxim…

    By: Terry Graedon August 2, 2012 2 Comments
    High-Carb Diet Linked to Breast Cancer Danger

    Researchers have been looking for a dietary link to breast cancer for decades. The high-fat hypothesis from years ago is not supported by evidence. But researchers with the European Prospective Invest…