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RECORD: Two Billion People Around the World Are Now Obese

Over a quarter of the planet’s population is suffering from fat-related health problems, a stunning report warns. And four million people died in 2015 as a direct result of being overweight and struck by cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other killer conditions.

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VIDEO: Why Are Childhood Cancer Rates Growing?

Two doctors share some of the reasons behind why childhood cancer rates have increased dramatically in recent years.

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Depression and Cancer: Connection?

Recent studies have shown that those who suffered from “psychological distress” had a 32% greater chance of cancer morbidity. Discover why St. John’s Wort plant is a powerhouse of health and a natural go-to substance for cancer prevention.

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Video: Interview with China Study Dr. T. Colin Campbell PhD, What Happens When We Eat Animal Foods?

What happens to the human body when we eat meat and animal products? This interview with T. Colin Campbell, Phd, who ran this groundbreaking Cornell University study, reveals the results. They followed tens of thousands of people since the 1970’s to determine the causes of cancer, heart disease or diabetes.

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Does Hormonal Birth Control Protect You From Cancer or Cause It?

If you’re using (or thinking about) hormonal birth control methods, get the facts so you can make an informed choice. While pro-hormonal contraceptive experts state that birth control ‘lowers cancer risk’, it has been proven they raise your risk of other cancers.

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What Microwave Meals Do To Your Brain and Body

Microwave meals could have serious consequences on your health, according to experts. Carcinogenic toxins are leached out of plastic containers used to heat ready meals in the microwave, the Daily Mail reported. There are also concerns about the constant exposure to radiation emitted from microwaves can affect concentration, energy levels and sleep patterns.

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New Research Shows How Chili and Ginger Cut Cancer Risk

Those avoiding spices should consider a change of heart. New research from the American Chemical Society shows combining ginger and chili contain a compound that fights cancer.

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