The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

 

 

Pay attention to these cancer symptoms you are most likely to ignore, and get yourself to a doctor if they persist.

Source: The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

Source: The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

Here’s What Happens When You Quit Smoking

Research has demonstrated that it is never too late to quit smoking and reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer.

  • About 50 years ago, nearly 42 percent of U.S. adults smoked; in 2015 that number had dropped to 15 percent and experts would like it to drop to 12 percent by 2020
  • Research has found it’s never too late to quit as people between 50 and 74 demonstrate improved health benefits each year after quitting
  • When you quit smoking your body repairs the damage done by the toxic chemicals in the cigarettes, reducing your risk of heart disease, stroke and cancers each year you remain smoke free

Source: Here’s What Happens When You Quit Smoking

The Major Health Risk You Take Every Day

Most people think smoking is the worst thing for their health. Perhaps the worst thing of all is something most of us do every day: sitting.

Sitting isn’t dangerous just because it means you’re not exercising. It’s dangerous all by itself.

Prolonged time spent on your bum has significant metabolic consequences. It negatively affects your blood sugar, triglycerides, good cholesterol, resting blood pressure and levels of the “appetite hormone” leptin, all of which are biomarkers of obesity and cardiovascular disease.

Source: The Major Health Risk You Take Every Day

What Happens to Your Body When You Smoke

Don’t stick your head in the sand! It’s your life you are gambling with!

Smoking makes you feel good in the short term, but can immensely damage your health in the long run. Read on to learn about the harmful side effects of smoking.

Source: What Happens to Your Body When You Smoke

Top Four Household Factors That Can Influence Your Cancer Risk

The fact that toxic exposures will influence your risk for disease and early death should come as no surprise. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), toxic environments are responsible for at least 1 of every 4 deaths reported worldwide.1 Recent research2 also reveals the greater your total pollution exposure, the higher your risk for cancer. As reported by Reuters:

Source: Top Four Household Factors That Can Influence Your Cancer Risk

Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps

You shouldn’t ignore this article. With as many brands as are guilty of containing this Cancer causing chemical, chances are very high that you are already using one of them and have at least one of these shampoos in your house right now!

In addition to many brand name shampoos and personal care products (see the full list, below), the CEH testing found cocamide DEA in store-brand products purchased at Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Pharmaca and Kohl’s. A store brand children’s bubble bath from Kmart and a children’s shampoo/conditioner from Babies R Us were also found with cocamide DEA. Falsely labeled organic products from Organic by Africa’s Best also tested for high levels of the cancer-causing chemical (CEH previously won a legal settlement with this company requiring it to end its use of phony organic labels).

Source: Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps

Essential Colorectal Cancer Facts

Causes
Studies show that certain factors may increase your risk of developing colon cancers, but why and how they affect the disease is still unknown. Being overweight or inactive, eating a diet rich in red or processed meats, smoking and heavy drinking can all increase your risk. Those over 50 or those withinflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have an increased risk, too.

Colorectal cancer is more common that you think. Learn about colon cancer and rectal cancer symptoms, causes, treatments and statistics.

Source: Essential Colorectal Cancer Facts