Tech Tuesday: Lung Cancer Breathalyzer


For doctors, catching lung cancer can be tricky even on a good day. That's why a new study presented in front of the European Respiratory Society in Munich today seems so titillating: you see, researchers may have figured out a way to detect lung cancer in patients just by measuring the temperature of their breath. … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Lung Cancer Breathalyzer

Healthy Thursday: Flat Colon Polps


In the interest of keeping open and honest communication, I've decided to share with my readers I'm undergoing a polypectomy today for flat colon polyps. During last year's colonoscopy, the flat polyps were found by accident.  If the technician didn't go backwards with the little camera she would have never found them.  Typically colon polyps … Continue reading Healthy Thursday: Flat Colon Polps

Broccoli sprouts may help stop stomach cancer


Broccoli Study shows protective effect against bacteria linked to gastric problems Eating two and a half ounces of baby broccoli daily for two months may protect against a common stomach bug that is linked to gastritis, ulcers and even stomach cancer, a study in Japan has found.   Fresh broccoli sprouts contain plenty of sulforaphane, … Continue reading Broccoli sprouts may help stop stomach cancer