Category Archives: Nutrition

Red meat and cancer: the biological evidence

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Why does eating red meat elevate breast cancer risk, especially for young women on the pill?

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Guest Post: Public health agencies should prioritize public health based on evidence, not fear

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12 simple ways to prevent cancer

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Do multivitamin supplements increase mortality risk?

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Immigrant youth to Canada are less active than Canadians, but only for a little bit

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Thinspo, eating disorders and the seedy underbelly of The Internet

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The worst thing you can eat is sugar: an update

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Dengue: Why You Need to Know About It

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The worst thing you can eat is sugar.

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