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Eleventh Edition of the Report on Carcinogens

Eleventh Edition of the Report on Carcinogens

Tobacco industry involvement in p53 gene research impairs integrity of the scientific process

Tobacco industry involvement in p53 gene research impairs integrity of the scientific process

Zinc treatment may help prevent esophageal and oral cancers

Zinc treatment may help prevent esophageal and oral cancers

Novel mutagenesis screen used to identify genetic suppressors of thrombosis

Novel mutagenesis screen used to identify genetic suppressors of thrombosis

Study finds that stomach cancer originates from bone marrow derived stem cells, rather than from stomach stem cells

Study finds that stomach cancer originates from bone marrow derived stem cells, rather than from stomach stem cells

Cotinine not linked to hearing loss

Cotinine not linked to hearing loss

New way to study individual living bacteria cells and analyze their chemistry

New way to study individual living bacteria cells and analyze their chemistry

Study will evaluate arsenic exposure from the environment and its potential carcinogenic effects

Study will evaluate arsenic exposure from the environment and its potential carcinogenic effects

A misconception that eating wasabi decongests the nose

A misconception that eating wasabi decongests the nose

Slimming agents could pose major health risk

Slimming agents could pose major health risk

Growing up in polluted towns and cities increases risk of lung health issues

Growing up in polluted towns and cities increases risk of lung health issues

Blueberries may lower cholesterol

Blueberries may lower cholesterol

First evidence of the molecular link between inflammation and cancer

First evidence of the molecular link between inflammation and cancer

Up to 220 young children a day could be exposed to potentially dangerous levels of pesticides from eating fruit

Up to 220 young children a day could be exposed to potentially dangerous levels of pesticides from eating fruit

Cincinnati should go smoke-free

Cincinnati should go smoke-free

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

Newborns are more susceptible to DNA damage from pollution than their mothers

Newborns are more susceptible to DNA damage from pollution than their mothers

50 years of smoking research by Professor Richard Doll

50 years of smoking research by Professor Richard Doll

Continuing problems with high levels of pesticide residues in fruits popular with children

Continuing problems with high levels of pesticide residues in fruits popular with children

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights files complaints against air filtration companies

Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights files complaints against air filtration companies