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Talcum powder is a carcinogen, a fact that’s been known for at least 30 years. And new research has emphasised the dangers with the discovery that women who put talc on tampons and underwear have a 33 per cent higher risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Women like Hollywood film star Angelina Jolie, whose genes put them at high risk of developing breast cancer, may not need a double mastectomy-instead, they can reduce their chances just by controlling their menstrual cycle, new research has found
Family history isn't such an important factor after all when it comes to breast cancer
Women who drink tea or citrus juices have a far lower chance of developing ovarian cancer
The Pill is easy to take and does the job, but here are five good reasons to consider alternatives, says Joanna EvansSome 300 million women worldwide have used it at some time in their lives, and more than 100 million are currently taking it
Some years ago, the mother of WDDTY's publisher, Bryan Hubbard, was cured of end-stage breast cancer after she was given high-dose vitamin C intravenously