New research shows that people eating red and processed meat increase their risk of bowel cancer even if the amount they eat falls within government dietary guidelines.
The report, about nitrates found in products like ham and bacon, says they don't actually destroy botulinum bacteria as previously thought
Oxford scientists have claimed a meat tax might save 6,000 deaths a year in the UK, and more than £700m in UK healthcare costs
School lunches will be free of carcinogens such as hot dogs, bacon, and pepperoni
Industry-funded research is significantly more likely to produce outcomes favourable to that industry. Who knew?
The report recommends a diet 'rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruits and legumes'
A leading scientist has identified the likely cause of the disease and says most cases could be prevented
Four councilmembers introduced the motion 'to protect the health and well-being of New York City's children'
But a leading dietician says there's nothing healthy about processed meat
Processed meat is classified as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization
Research found that eating whole grains daily can decrease colorectal cancer risk by 17 percent