More people die of heart disease in this country than from any other cause – cancer ranks a close second. Can the same diet that reduces the risk of cancer also prevent heart disease? A new understanding of heart disease is showing it can, says AICR Nutrition Advisor Karen Collins.
The largest study to date investigating whether dietary vitamin D and calcium intake reduces breast cancer risk has found what earlier evidence have also concluded: It doesn’t.
A new study suggests that diets higher in magnesium can affect glucose and insulin levels of people with type 2 diabetes, who are at increased risk of certain cancers.
A study suggests obesity and inactivity especially affect people with a certain type of cancer, a finding that provides a better understanding of how colorectal cancer develops and prevention strategies.