Frequent ejaculation may decrease prostate cancer risk NHS Choices Thursday July 6 2017
Ejaculation Frequency and Risk of Prostate Cancer: Updated Results with an Additional Decade of Follow-up European Urology Rider et al. December 2016 Volume 70, Issue 6, Pages 974–982
Caloric restriction for anti-aging MedicalXpress September 7, 2017 by John Hewitt
"A recent paper published in GeroScience by researchers at the University of Oklahoma provides some much-needed food for thought in the field of caloric restriction. The title, "Role of DNA methylation in the dietary restriction mediated cellular memory," suggests some underlying mechanisms have been uncovered that can explain the presumed healthful benefits of dietary restriction (DR). If so, then what is the nature of these apparent relationships, and what are their benefits?"
More information: Archana Unnikrishnan et al. Role of DNA methylation in the dietary restriction mediated cellular memory, GeroScience (2017). DOI: 10.1007/s11357-017-9976-8
Olive Oil Ingredient Slows Brain Cancer, Shows New Study Forbes Pharma & Healthcare Jun 9, 2017
"oleic acid, olive oil’s main monounsaturated fatty acid, stops cancer-causing protein activity in brain cells.""Researchers found that the fatty acid inhibits the activity of a cell protein called Musashi homolog2, which in turn prevents the protein from stopping the production of a microRNA called miR-7 that suppresses brain tumor formation. In other words, oleic acid empowers miR-7 to do its job of preventing tumors by thwarting its nemesis protein, Musashi homolog2."
See Oleic Acid Induces MiR-7 Processing through Remodeling of Pri-MiR-7/Protein Complex Journal of Molecular Biology Volume 429, Issue 11, 2 June 2017, Pages 1638–1649
Eating These Foods May Help Stop Prostate Cancer In Its Tracks Men'sHealth June 6, 2017
"Ursolic acid, which is found in apple peels and rosemary, curcumin, from the curry spice turmeric, and resveratrol, an antioxidant in red grapes or berries were most effective at hampering prostate cancer cell growth."
See Combinatorial treatment with natural compounds in prostate cancer inhibits prostate tumor growth and leads to key modulations of cancer cell metabolism npj Precision Oncology 05 June 2017
Eating fruits and vegetables may help curb lung disease Reuters Health News Mar 16, 2017
"The antioxidants found in produce might help to protect lungs from smoking damage, the researchers write in the journal Thorax"
Broccoli may offer protection against liver cancer, study shows Knowridge Science Report November 27, 2016
"Consumption of broccoli has increased in the United States over the last few decades as scientists have reported that eating the vegetable 3-5 times per week can lower the risk of many types of cancer including breast, prostate, and colon cancers.
A new study from the University of Illinois reports that including broccoli in the diet may also protect against liver cancer."
Chen YJ, et al. (2016). Dietary Broccoli Lessens Development of Fatty Liver and Liver Cancer in Mice Given Diethylnitrosamine and Fed a Western or Control Diet. Journal of Nutrition, 146: 542. DOI: 10.3945/jn.115.228148.
Black Raspberries Curb Oral Cancer Development in Animal Study AICR Nov 15, 2016
“Our study shows that feeding black raspberries to rats inhibits the development of oral cancer in an animal model,” said Steve Oghumu, PhD, a scientist at the Ohio State University and lead author of the study."
Eating Tomatoes Might Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer The Dealy Meal Nov 15, 2016
“Because lycopene is present in only a few foods, and approximately 85 percent of lycopene in the American diet comes from tomatoes and tomato products, people can really focus on eating tomato-containing foods,” John W. Erdman Jr., a professor at UIUC and the senior author on this research, told the American Institute for Cancer Research. “That’s a pretty easy way to reduce risk of cancer.”
Lycopene's Effects on Cancer Cell Functions within Monolayer and Spheroid Cultures Nutr Cancer. 2016; 68(2): 350-63
"Ovarian cancer spheroids initially showed a decreased proliferation and after 14 days increased cell viability upon lycopene treatment, confirming the potential of lycopene to reduce cancer cell growth in short-term cultures and also indicate enhanced cell viability over prolonged exposure"
How alcohol causes cancer Cancer Research UK
Preventing Cancer AACR Foundation 2016
"CancerProgress16 lists the top factors that increase cancer risk; tobacco use is number 1."
"Decades of research have led to the identification of numerous factors that increase a person’s risk of developing cancer. Many of these factors are related to lifestyle."
Onion compound suppresses ovarian cancer cell proliferation MNT 22 October 2016
Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (EOC): First study to report anti-ovarian cancer effect of onionin A, or ONA. Scientific Reports 2016
Apple a day cuts chance of five types of cancer MailOnline 28 September 2016
A review of over 40 previous studies: "Scientists from the University of Perugia found less tumours in fruit eaters - Biggest benefits were seen in cancers of the stomach and oesophagus - Apples are high in flavonoids, which are reduce the risk of getting cancer"
An Apple a Day May Keep Heart Doctor Away Prof. Robert DiSilvestro The Ohio State University
In a study of healthy, middle-age adults, consuming an apple a day for four weeks lowered blood levels of a probable contributor to atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, by 40 percent. The study found that the apples lowered blood levels of oxidized low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, the so-called "bad" cholesterol, according to lead researcher Robert DiSilvestro, a professor in Ohio State's Department of Human Nutrition and scientist with the university's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. The center is the research arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
Your Risk Of Prostate Cancer Skyrockets If This Body Part Is Too Big Men'sHealth September 26, 2016
"The researchers found that every 4 inches added on to your waist can make you 13 percent more likely to develop prostate cancer and 18 percent more likely to die from it.""That means if you have a 44-inch waist, your risk of dying from the cancer is 18 percent higher than it would be if you had a 40-inch waist."
Norwegian Study Shows Benefit of Aspirin as Secondary Prevention in Patients With Colorectal Cancer The ASCO Post 06/15/2016