Cancer-causing chemical benzene found in Johnson & Johnson sunscreen products

Johnson & Johnson announced on Wednesday, July 14, that it is recalling several of its sunscreen products from five different product lines after discovering they contained benzene, a known cancer-causing chemical. The specific products being recalled are: Aveeno Protect + Refresh aerosol sunscreen.Neutrogena Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen.Neutrogena Cool Dry Sport aerosol sunscreen.Neutrogena Invisible Daily Defense aerosol sunscreen.Neutrogena … Continue reading Cancer-causing chemical benzene found in Johnson & Johnson sunscreen products

Popular plastic surgeon says breast implant illness is real

Dr. Anthony Youn, a Detroit-based plastic surgeon with millions of followers on social media, recently made his stance clear about the ongoing contentious debate concerning a mysterious sickness associated with breast implants. In an Instagram reel shared on June 8, Youn held a silicone implant in one hand while pointing to the various symptoms that breast … Continue reading Popular plastic surgeon says breast implant illness is real

Cancer-causing chemical detected in 78 sunscreens, FDA petitioned to recall contaminated products

An independent lab that tests the quality of medications and health products recently found that many sunscreens sold on the market are contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical called benzene. After testing almost 300 unique batches of commercial sunscreens, Valisure discovered that 27 percent contained detectable levels of the toxic chemical while five percent contained levels that … Continue reading Cancer-causing chemical detected in 78 sunscreens, FDA petitioned to recall contaminated products

Colorectal cancer is a microbial disease: Changes in the gut microbiome can be used for early detection

A study published in the journal Nature Medicine found an increase in specific microorganisms in the gut which are linked to colorectal cancer. The researchers said that these microorganisms can potentially be used to detect the disease long before it progresses to late-stage cancer. “Our results show that changes in the gut microbiome are present at the very early … Continue reading Colorectal cancer is a microbial disease: Changes in the gut microbiome can be used for early detection

Patients with certain cancers found to be at higher risk of death from coronavirus

People with blood and lung cancers are three times more likely to die from the coronavirus (COVID-19), according to a new study. The study also found that cancer patients were more likely to be admitted to intensive care units or require mechanical ventilation. The research team, led by Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University, says that the findings could help … Continue reading Patients with certain cancers found to be at higher risk of death from coronavirus

Breast implants are hard on the immune system: More women reporting rare immune system cancer related to implants

Breast implants may give women confidence, but they’re also giving a rising number of them cancer. The Food and Drug Administration announced recently that more women with implants are being diagnosed with anaplastic large cell lymphoma, a rare and deadly type of cancer that affects immune system cells. Compared to women without breast implants, those … Continue reading Breast implants are hard on the immune system: More women reporting rare immune system cancer related to implants

PROVEN: Eating organic food lowers cancer risk

If, like many other people, you’re convinced that organic produce is nothing more than an over-priced and unnecessary fad, you might be intrigued to learn that a study conducted by researchers from France’s equivalent of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, known as Inserm, has confirmed that organic fruit and veg is worth the extra money … Continue reading PROVEN: Eating organic food lowers cancer risk

The treatment dilemma of HIV-positive patients as a result of the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: The illusion of antiviral treatment.

The treatment dilemma of HIV-positive patients as a result of the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: The illusion of antiviral treatment. "We virtually killed a whole generation of AIDS patients without even noticing it because the symptoms of the AZT intoxication were almost indistinguishable from AIDS. And the placebo control, which could have warned us, was for 'ethical … Continue reading The treatment dilemma of HIV-positive patients as a result of the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: The illusion of antiviral treatment.