May 2018 | Issue 142
Recent headlines have brought coffee back into the health spotlight. So, what are the real health benefits and risks of this delicious beverage? We break down the latest research on coffee and cancer and why it’s making news again.
Whatever your age, being physically active helps you reduce risk for several cancers, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. In fact, staying strong and limber becomes even more important with aging.
May is National Cancer Research Month. After 36 years in the field, we have a rich history of exploration. Take our quiz to see how well you know some of these important cancer research milestones.
Marinating is a centuries-long practice that tenderizes, flavors and preserves vegetables and meat. It’s also a good way to reduce the formation of cancer-causing substances when grilling.