Well this is some exciting news: a group of medical researchers from the U.S. and U.K. have developed a vaccine that successfully cures prostate cancer. In rats. But still, it's an amazing step forward.
This is fantastic news! A team of scientists at Harvard University and MIT have created a $200 scanner gizmo that can detect cancer in one hour. How life-changing is that?
Traveling for the holiday? Well, when presented with a choice between a full-body scanner and being felt up by a TSA employee, you might want to choose the latter. That's because a Columbia University radiation expert says that those scanners are "likely" to cause cancer.
It's fitting that the news comes during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month — welcome, too — as a professor at the University of Manchester in the U.K. has developed a breast cancer scanner the size of a lunchbox.
A breakthrough microchip has been found to be 93% accurate in diagnosing malignant oral cancer with a simple swipe. All it takes is a simple swab inside the mouth placed on the chip, which is then placed in a machine. In 8 to 10 minutes, you've got your diagnosis.
A Swedish study is trying to nail down the reason that cancer is 10% more likely to occur in the left breast over the right, on top of the steadily increasing risk of cancer over last 30 years. One theory? Your box spring could be a giant, radiation-emitting antenna.
This week, the city of San Francisco passed a law requiring cellphone retailers to display (in at least 11-point font!) the amount of radiation that each phone on their shelves emits. Is the city ahead of the curve, or just filled with crazy hippies?
If you found out that cellphones caused cancer, for sure, what would you do? Quit your cellphone? The fact of the matter is that we still don't know for sure, but a group of researchers in Europe aim to find...
Okay all you fraidycats, you can emerge from your bunkers now, because cellphones aren't going to kill you after all. The Danish Cancer Society studied just about everyone in Scandinavia over 30 years, concluding there is no "clear change in...
You want to scare somebody? Just mutter something about radiation and you'll be able to sell an iPhone case for $60. That's one dollar for each percentage point of deadly cellphone radiation this silicone case is said to prevent from...