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Do bras cause breast cancer?

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

A report on a couple studies — one published in Chinese — suggests a strong link between bra wearing and breast cancer.

Other studies report a link between bra wearing and breast cysts and breast pain. The cancer link has not been medically established, but has not been scientifically disproven either.

The first and largest study that suggested such a link was by Sydney Singer and his wife Soma Grismaijer. They conducted a five-city survey of 4,500 women in the U.S. While that’s a large sample for a study, the work has been criticized as not meeting high medical research standards. The couple’s alarming findings are summarized on the website 007b.com as follows:

• 3 out of 4 women who wore their bras 24 hours per day developed breast cancer.
• 1 out of 7 women who wore bras more than 12 hour per day but not to bed developed breast cancer.
• 1 out of 152 women who wore their bras less than 12 hours per day got breast cancer.
• 1 out of 168 women who wore bras rarely or never acquired breast cancer.

That tallies to a 125-fold increase in the incidence of breast cancer among women who wore bras around the clock versus those who rarely or never wore bras.

The American Cancer Society dismisses the study and its conclusions as not being scientifically rigorous and says, “There is no other, credible research to validate this claim in any way.”

However, it appears that is not quite true. (more…)

Does this bottled water make me look fat?

Friday, August 17th, 2007

by ken winston caine

It is possible that bottled water is making you fat . . . and that it causes cancer.

Really.

The plastic bottles of designer water that you see people carrying everywhere are NOT good for you…

Packaging water in small plastic bottles has staggering environmental costs — both in the manufacturing process and in the waste-stream created when the bottles are used and tossed in the trash. You’re beginning to read a lot about that aspect of the $15 billion bottled-water obsession.

What you’re not hearing about — yet — are the little-known, but severe, personal health costs — the long-term damage you can suffer from consuming foods and liquids packaged and stored in plastic or plastic-lined containers.

It may take mainstream health and media another 10 years to get onto this. But you shouldn’t wait. You should get onto it now.

Writer Charles Fishman’s fascinating and exceptional piece of in-depth health-and-business investigative journalism in this month’s Fast Company details exactly how the plastic bottled water craze is hurting you and the planet.

Click that link and read the article.

Should you stop drinking water?

Should you stop carrying water with you?

No.

No, no, no, no, no…

The solution is simple: (more…)


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