The incidence of bowel cancer is dramatically lower after screening, the Australian National University (ANU) quoted a new report as saying Monday.
Men who opt for multiple healthy lifestyle behaviours are at less risk of developing bowel cancer than women, a significant study shows.
A new study has found that a combination of five important healthy behaviors helps in reducing the risk of developing bowel cancer.
For the first time, scientists have uncovered stem cell behaviour of human bowel, providing vital clues about the earliest stages in bowel cancer development.
Most of us love eating grapes. This juicy fruit is a rich source of vitamins A, C, B6 and folate. Grapes are a powerhouse of flavonoids and antioxidants, which help in reducing the damage caused by free radicals and slow down the process of ageing.
Microbes living in the gut may help drive the development of intestinal tumours, scientists have found.
team of researchers has shown for the first time that grape seed can be combined with chemotherapy to improve treatment for bowel cancer.
Scientists have found that it is possible to see how advanced a bowel cancer is by looking at its metabolic `fingerprint`.
Snacking on sweet treats like biscuits, cakes, fizzy drinks, crisps and desserts may increase the risk of bowel cancer, a new UK study suggests.
Scottish scientists have linked consumption of high-energy snacks and drinks to bowel cancer.
Bowel cancer rates have increased by 29 percent among men but only by about six percent among women in the past 35 years, a report by Cancer Research UK has claimed.
Scientists have developed a pump-like implant to remove the dangerous build-up of fluid in the body that many cancers cause.
Scientists have developed a new device that works like a `rear-view mirror` for doctors during bowel examinations, helping to detect 25 per cent more cancer cells on average
A breath-test that they can accurately tell if a person has bowel cancer has been developed.
In a new study, researchers have found that taking aspirin every other day lowers the risk of certain cancers by more than 40 percent.
Rice consumption may help reduce the risk of bowel cancer, a study has suggested.
A new research has found that drinking several cups of coffee every day can significantly reduce the risk of bowel cancer.
E coli bacteria could be one of the reasons behind bowel cancer, scientists have revealed.
Your fondness for red meat might increase your chances of developing bowel cancer due to large amounts of iron in it.
Statins, the pills taken by millions of people to combat high cholesterol, could more than halve the risk of bowel cancer.
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