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Written by Jeff Behar
Cancer remains to be at the top of the list of the most common causes of death across the world, and studies show there are many everyday items being used by most of the population contributing to this increased risk of cancer. Are these everyday cancer risks in your daily life?
Cancer remains to be at the top of the list of the most common causes of fatalities. This fatal disease can affect anyone. And there are everyday items that increase the risk of cancer. These items that can bump up your cancer risk include:
Male pattern baldness may be a telltale sign of heart disease, a review of six studies involving nearly 40,000 men suggests.
The meta-analysis, published in the online journal BMJ Open, showed that vertex baldness, but not frontal baldness, was significantly associated with an increased risk of chronic heart disease (CHD).
Low T Linked to Arthritis Featured
Lower testosterone levels were predictive of rheumatoid factor (RF)-negative rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in men according to a new case-control study. Low testosterone raised the odds for subsequent diagnosis of rheumatoid factor (RF)-negative RA by 69% as compared with men who had normal values. Men who developed RF-negative RA also had significantly higher levels of follicle-stimulating hormone prior to diagnosis.