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Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Red ginseng shown effective at suppressing lung cancer

Red ginseng has quite a reputation in traditional Korean medicine. It’s used as a tea, extract and supplement for various ailments, and is reported to have strong anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-cancer properties. Now, scientists have discovered two molecules in the root that can stop the spread of lung cancer, with the help of a microwave.

Joyce Hollman

What’s the danger in being a “social” smoker?

“I’m not really a smoker. I only smoke a few cigarettes a day.” Does that sound like you? If you’re a “social smoker,” you may think your health risk from lung cancer and other tobacco-related diseases is much smaller than if you smoke a pack a day. But is that true?

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Two dietary changes that could save you from lung cancer

Lung cancer is an incredibly scary disease… Not only is it the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women — beating out colon, prostate, ovarian and breast cancers combined — it’s also very sneaky, generally showing no symptoms until it has reached an advanced stage.

Jenny Smiechowski

The supplement that helps cancer spread

You’ve probably heard for decades that antioxidants reduce cancer risk because they counteract free radicals and prevent DNA damage. But what if the antioxidant-cancer relationship wasn’t as straightforward as it seems? What if sometimes antioxidants fought cancer… and other times they fueled it?

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

What the chemical that gives chilies their kick does to lung cancer

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths. But, why is it so deadly compared to other cancers? Often it’s simply not found early enough to stop its spread. And, once it’s metastasized to other parts of the body, it’s extremely difficult to treat. But science may have found a new tool to help stop it…

Joyce Hollman

7 unusual signs of lung cancer

There are unusual symptoms of lung cancer that can make themselves known early on. You wouldn’t normally connect these symptoms in other parts of the body with lung cancer. Unless, of course, you know what to look for…


Jenny Smiechowski

This lung cancer-fighting food will have you seeing red

One in five people who die of lung cancer never smoked a day in their lives. That’s why smokers and non-smokers alike need to take steps to prevent this deadly scourge, just like you would to avoid breast cancer or prostate cancer.

Jenny Smiechowski

The Hawaiian cancer cure that works better than chemo

The mainstream cancer cures are just not working against the deadliest of cancers, like lung cancer. With more than 1.6 million dying from this killer each year, isn’t it time the medical establishment collectively accepts what a handful of researchers already know?

Easy Health Options Staff

Is cancer the real reason to cut carbs?

There is some pretty strong medical evidence that your body has a master mediator. A hormone actually. When it’s balanced you experience good health. But when it’s not, your body is ripe for disease.

Easy Health Options Staff

Sweet secret sours lung cancer

We know that whole foods offer significant protection from cancer. It’s one of the best ways to keep tumors out of your body. A new review finds that eating eight servings of this sweet secret per day drops your risk of lung cancer. The effect is strongest in women.

Carl Lowe

From garden to pharmacy — the cancer drug in your vegetables

Over the years, research has started to build up that shows that you shrink your chances of cancer with every bite of every vegetable you swallow. And one of the natural compounds in those foods is so powerful — researchers are making it into an anti-cancer drug.

Carl Lowe

How to push cancer aside

To lower your risk of two of the most common types of cancer, there are two things you have to break.