A new study out of UC Berkeley has found that long-term cell phone use may increase the risk of contracting brain cancer by 60 percent. The study, led by Joel Moskowitz, a researcher with UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health and director of the Center for Family and Community Health,read more

The new technologies used to rapidly create the highly-effective vaccines now being used to combat the coronavirus responsible for the COVDI-19 pandemic could also create medicines that could be used to fight other immune system-related illnesses, such as influenza, malaria and even cancer. In fact, the mRNA techniques used toread more

A new study has revealed that the rates of malignant brain tumors in England has more than doubled over the past two decades, once again raising concerns regarding the effects of radiation on human health. While the study does not offer any insight into the cause of the increase in specific types of brain cancer, they speculate that changes in lifestyle choices may be to blame, referring to a variety of possible causes, including the potential link between cell phone use and brain tumors.
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Amongst the numerous side ailments that can afflict cancer patients during treatment, psychological effects such as depression and anxiety are but two of the most common, affecting up to 40 percent of patients. But a new joint study between New York University and Johns Hopkins University shows that these effects can be treated — and very effectively at that — by using the naturally-occurring psychedelic compound psilocybin.
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