Ongoing research into the impact on consumer health of the popular
beverage coffee finds that four cups or more a day could increase
the risk of bladder cancer in men, and that the risk increases with
the amount consumed.
A diet rich in vitamin E appears to protect against both prostate
cancer and bladder cancer, according to new research that lifts
hopes for the vitamin after disappointing recent studies, writes
A non-metallic element found in food and food supplements could
have an impact on the health of ex-smokers. According to a recent
study in the Netherlands, former smokers with high quantities of
selenium in their toenails experienced...