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A 2010 U.S. study relating the use of indoor tanning devices to the skin cancer melanoma goes into detail about which ultraviolet rays do more skin damage, along with other information that helps to pinpoint why any use of indoor tanning is linked to an increased risk of cancer.


Published in Health
Saturday, 20 February 2010 01:22

Cancer home testing kit being developed

A U.S. researcher at the University of Missouri has developed a tiny sensor that detects different types of cancer, and it would eventually be available as a home testing kit.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 02:24

Lingering tobacco smoke can increase cancer risk

According to February 2010 research, nicotine from tobacco smoke that has settled on common household items and motor vehicle surfaces can increase your risk of cancer. If you smell a smoker's house or car, then the smoke is still there and it is bad for you! It's third-hand smoke!

Published in Health




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