Avoiding smoking and keeping a healthy weight can cut your risk of cancer.
Here’s why it’s so important to look after your oral health.
A look at the risk factors behind the increasing cases of early-onset cancer.
Lowering obesity and overweight rates will lift the burden on healthcare spending.
Lagos waste pickers were dissatisfied with their unhealthy working conditions, poverty and stigmatisation.
Rainwater may be contaminated with chemicals and scientists are still uncertain about their effects.
Almost 4,000 Australians are diagnosed with head and neck cancer each year. Oral cancer is one type.
Olivia Newton-John made a significant contribution to cancer care, cancer survivorship and the ideal of treating the whole person, not just their disease.
The proposed standard would lower the nicotine content in cigarettes and cigars by 95% – a public health proposal that could prevent millions from becoming smokers in the first place.
The protective caps at the ends of chromosomes naturally shorten over time. Researchers found that direct damage can prematurely trigger senescence and contribute to age-related diseases like cancer.
Despite the popular belief that vitamin E and beta carotene supplements help prevent heart disease and cancer, the latest research suggests they do not – but the supplements do have potential risks.
Patients with blood cancer undergoing stem cell transplantation have a high risk of complications. The bacteria in their gut, however, can help their immune system recover and fight infections.
Artificial stone, which is used mainly for kitchen benchtops, is a potent source of silica dust, which can scar the lung and cause lung cancer. Banning artificial stone could save lives.
Many approved drugs work on the body in ways that researchers still aren’t entirely clear about. Seeing this as an opportunity instead of a flaw may lead to better treatments for complex conditions.
Social factors influence how likely we are to suffer from many types of disease, including cancer.
Faulty cellular waste management machinery can lead to cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, but researchers are also targeting this machinery to treat these diseases.
It is the oldest and most prolific cancer known in nature.
Emerging evidence shows the COVID pandemic has seen fewer people receiving routine medical care across many areas. Here’s what we know about the impact that’s having – and could have down the track.
Molecular research is expensive, but worth it because of the burden of disease that it could relieve.
One promising cancer treatment has been in the works for decades, but severe side effects have kept it out of the clinic. A reengineered version may offer a way to safely harness its potent effects.