While bladder cancer may not have very obvious, visible, or unique symptoms, there are still signs you can learn to spot. Blood in your urine and increased urgency or frequency of urination can be red flags. Pain in the back or stomach should also be investigated further. Tiredness, pain in the lower back or bones, swollen feet, appetite and weight loss are indications of later stage or metastatic cancer. If you experience these, get checked right away.
Knowing how to spot early signs as well as regular check-ups is your best bet in the fight against breast cancer. Lump in the breast is a symptom that has alerted many women to their condition. Also watch for changes to overall appearance of the breast – especially orange peel skin, nipple discharge, rash or redness of skin, and swelling in the area including armpits. Even men need to be alert to these signs of breast cancer on the off chance of developing it.
Bladder cancer affects largely men. There are many factors that predispose you to this cancer, age being one. If you are 55 or older and a white male, your chance of getting bladder cancer is higher than everyone else. Smoking is the number one cause of bladder cancer, followed by exposure to various chemicals. Personal or family history of cancer is another cause and so are other bladder diseases.
Lymphedema is the swelling that occurs due to an abnormal collection of protein-rich lymph fluid just below the skin. Primary lymphedema is a congenital condition that could appear in infancy, puberty, or adulthood. Secondary lymphedema occurs because of damage to the lymphatic system. Risk factors include surgery that removes lymph nodes, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, obesity, inflammation, infections (parasitic or otherwise), venous diseases, and immobility.
Incense sticks come with a whole host of health risks such as genetic mutations, lung cancer, asthma and other respiratory diseases, leukemia, heart disease, skin irritation, and neurological problems. Other types of incense sticks such as citronella and sandalwood are just as harmful. Products marketed as "herbal incense" which are meant to be smoked, can cause adverse physical reactions.
People with dry mouth have insufficient saliva in their mouths. Dehydration, mouth breathing, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, certain medications, nerve damage, and obstructions in your salivary ducts can all cause this condition. So can hormonal changes experienced during menopause and pregnancy and medical conditions like diabetes, Sjögren's syndrome, HIV, and infections that affect your salivary glands. Drinking alcohol, smoking, and having caffeine can also be contributing factors.
Freshly grilled food straight from the barbecue looks very delicious. These food are loved by many across the globe, but they may cause cancer. However, you can prevent cancer by using spices such as black pepper, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, oregano, and fennel
Moles on the body are often overlooked as birthmarks or remnants from your childhood. But when new ones crop up in adulthood or your existing ones seem to change shape, color, and sensation – there’s reason to look again. Symptoms like irregular asymmetric moles, soreness, swelling, redness, or the appearance of new bumps or lumps on your moles are all considered possible signs of skin cancer. Learning the simple ABCDE of melanomas could help you catch the problem early and get the treatment you need.
Black cohosh is known to improve symptoms of menopause such as hot flushes and mood swings, and sleep disturbances. It has also gained ground for treating PCOS, inducing powerful labor contractions, and promoting good skin health. It is also known for reducing inflammation associated with osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Consult a medical expert before adding this herb since it can cause some dangerous side effects.
Mesothelioma, a cancer of the outer lining (mesothelium) of the lungs, heart, and abdominal organs, is caused mainly by asbestos exposure. Asbestos corrodes this lining, leading to tissue damage, inflammation, and eventually cancer. It also alters the gene BAP1, leading to cancer growth. Talc, which is found close to asbestos in the ground, radiation, and possibly infection by the simian virus 40 are other causes of mesothelioma.
Wheat bran, a cereal rich in dietary fiber is good for your stomach and heart. Wheat bran protects you against colon cancer. It can be eaten as the breakfast cereal. You can also make muffins and pancakes out of wheat bran!
Vaginal cancer is a rare cancer that may begin in the vagina or spread from the cervix, womb, or ovaries. This is why a history of cervical or uterine cancer is a major risk factor. Infection by the human papilloma virus, drinking alcohol, and smoking are significant causes. Smoking can raise the risk by 2 times. Other rare causes are pelvic radiotherapy, abnormalities in the vagina, and the use of the pregnancy drug DES by the patient's mother.
Secondhand smoke releases about 250 harmful chemicals out of which 50 are carcinogens. These impact different parts of the body differently depending on the intensity and frequency of exposure. Passive smoking causes lung cancer and increases the risk of breast, throat, rectum, bladder, stomach, and brain cancer. In children, it manifolds the risk of leukemia, lymphoma, and liver cancer.
As an antioxidant, Spirulina algae can kill free radicals. This will stop oxidative stress from damaging your cells and DNA. Even if cancer develops, Spirulina’s phytochemicals slow down tumor growth and stop cancer cells from spreading. It can even increase the activity of macrophages and antibodies, helping your immune system flourish. This immunity boost will be able to resist inflammation and therefore, cancer development. Spirulina powder can be added to smoothies or baked goods, or taken as pills.
Black poop can be caused by dark-colored foods and drinks you had – say black licorice or blueberries. Taking iron supplements or certain painkillers can also turn your poop black. More serious causes include bleeding in the upper GI tract due to peptic ulcers, gastritis, esophageal varices, or cancer. Blood mixed with poop is black. If you also have abdominal pain, diarrhea, or a fever, visit a doctor.
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