(NaturalHealth365) Leukemia, a blood cancer related to genetics and DNA, causes more deaths in children than any other cancer. Experts warn that pesticide exposure is partially to blame.
Epidemiological studies confirm that those areas of the United States where the use of certain pesticides are higher may also be responsible for the rise in childhood leukemia. While mortality rates have diminished over the past ten years, actively pursuing preventive lifestyle measures such as limiting exposure to toxic chemicals can dramatically reduce your child’s risk for developing leukemia. →
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(Natural News) The Flemish government has joined the number of countries banning glyphosate, as reported by the Baum Hedlund. The prohibition on the use of glyphosate is not new in the country as the Belgian cities of Brussels and Wallonia have already issued their own laws regarding the individual use of the chemical. In addition…Read more
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(Natural News) Early-stage trials have shown that high doses of vitamin C can help to fight blood cancer. While the cancer-fighting ability of this vitamin has long been known, the study shed some new light on its effects on leukemia. Researchers at the Perlmutter Cancer Center carried out a study using mice who had been…Read more
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