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Scientists have discovered that bowel cancer isn't one disease: it's four
An aspirin a day is supposed to protect us from heart disease, stroke and cancer-but a new study has discovered that it can actually increase the risk of bowel cancer in some people
If you want an early warning system that alerts you when you are just starting to develop cancer, get yourself a dog
People regularly take an aspirin a day to ward off heart problems - but they are also greatly increasing their chances of developing Crohn's disease, the debilitating gut problem
There are eight things you can do, starting today, in order to dramatically reduce your chances of developing cancer, according to a report from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF)
The great British breakfast can increase your chances of bowel cancer by 20 per cent, new research suggests
I noted decades ago that researchers had divided France into two zones for bowel cancer: the high rate zone corresponded with the area that cooked largely with butter and the low rate zone was the one cooking with olive oil