Jammu and Kashmir
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Diseases & Conditions
Smoking immediately upon waking can up lung and oral cancer risk
Smoking a cigarette upon waking in the morning will more likely lead to lung or oral cancer, a new study has revealed.
`India needs surgeons to tackle oral cancer`
With only around 3,000 maxillofacial surgeons in India and rising incidence of oral cancer, there is need for more such medical specialists both
India has 86% of global oral cancer cases
India continues to report the highest prevalence of oral cancers globally with 75,000 to 80,000 new cases of such cancers reported every year.
Caffeinated coffee linked to lower risk of oral cancer
A new American Cancer Society study has found a strong inverse association between caffeinated coffee intake and oral/pharyngeal cancer mortality
Daily intake of caffeinated coffee lowers risk of oral cancers
People who drink more than four cups of caffeinated coffee per day can halve their risk of mortality from oral cancers, a new study has claimed.
New carcinogen in smokeless tobacco identified
Portable probe to speed up oral cancer diagnosis
Simple saliva test could detect oral cancer early
`Rise in mouth cancer cases due to oral sex`
Oral cancer virus affects 7 percent of Americans
How to prevent asthma in kids
Asthma is the most chronic common disease among children.»
Top 10 ways to prevent breast cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women.»
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