Read the Full Article - Your lifestyle is to blame for 70 - 90% of cancers by Catey Hill | December 17th, 2015

Do most people who get cancer simply have bad luck? Or is cancer something they might be able to prevent? A new study suggests the latter.

The study, whose results have just been published in Nature, revealed that it is mostly environmental and external factors like smoking, drinking, diet, getting too much sun and exposure to toxic chemicals that cause cancer, rather than intrinsic factors like random cell mutations.


Read the Full Article - The Effects of Chronic Heavy Drinking on Brain Function are Underdiagnosed by Melinda Beck | December 21, 2015


Here's a sobering thought for the holidays" Chronic heavy drinking can cause insidious damage to the brain, even in people who never seem intoxicated or obviously addicted.

Experts say alcohol-related brain damage is underdiagnosed and often confused with Alzheimer's disease, other forms of dementia or just getting older.


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