I recently read a book, Selling Death, looking for historical information on lung cancer as it pertains to cigarette smoking. The book was written almost 50 years ago by Thomas Whiteside. It is about tobacco advertising, cigarette smoking and public health as well as human diseases including lung cancer. Thomas Whiteside was outspoken on controversial current issues, a man […]
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A New Year and time for a change? Several years ago I wrote an article with lifestyle ideas and changes which we made in our family to help us deal with ongoing health issues. These were partly recommended by our family doctor. We are all unique but I firmly believe that caring for ourselves and our immune […]
Sugar is gaining a lot of well-earned interest from the media these days for a multitude of reasons but especially on the subject of childhood obesity and metabolic syndrome. There always seems to be conflicting information on what is good and what’s not on subjects such as this. The following short article is merely to point […]
Lung cancer research is continuously taking place with interesting directions into new treatments, immunotherapy and hopefully discovering earlier methods of detection and a cure for cancer. Recently I came across a list of current research studies funded by the Cancer Research UK (United Kingdon) a fundraising company. Following is a short list of the articles which […]
A cancer diagnosis – words we thought never to hear. If diagnosed with cancer there is a myriad of emotions and thoughts which go through your mind. It is not an easily forgotten moment. Recently we went through this with a friend who was misdiagnosed with metastasized lung cancer. This brought back memories, thoughts and […]