For people diagnosed with cancer, the risk of cancer death falls as physical activity rises, according to a new analysis of more than 70 existing studies.
Irisin, named for the Greek “messenger” goddess Iris, may prevent breast cancer and boost the effects of chemotherapy drugs used in breast cancer treatment
Sunlight continues to damage people’s skin and increase the risk of cancer for hours after they leave the beach
Paying a lot for sunscreens is no guarantee that you will be protected
On April 1st 2014, Human Kinetics turns 40
A systematic review of published studies into the various benefits of vitamin and mineral supplements found insufficient evidence to prove or disprove that they are effective
The levels of ultraviolet (UV) radiation emitted by 400 sunbeds in England were on average two times higher than recommended limits, a study has found.
As time goes by, we are learning more about how different types of exercise can be extremely beneficial to cancer patients, whether they have just been diagnosed, are undergoing treatment, or are in remission.