How to Build a Cancer-Fighting Salad –

As I’ve mentioned before one of my closest friends has just been diagnosed with bladder cancer.

His prognosis is okayish.

But he’s up his chances but changing his diet

So here we are with one example of a salad which can help you fight cancer!

How to Build a Cancer-Fighting Salad

From Visually.

Cervical cancer – What are the signs, symptoms and risks associated with cervical cancer?

Cervical cancer – What are the signs, symptoms and risks associated with cervical cancer?

Find out more at this brilliant infographic!

For more information on the risk factors for cervical cancers please go here!

Cervical Cancer Infographic

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Bladder cancer – what are the signs and symptoms of bladder cancer

Bladder cancer
Bladder cancer

Symptoms of bladder cancer

Blood in your urine is the most common symptom of bladder cancer.

The medical name for this is haematuria and it’s usually painless. You may notice streaks of blood in your urine or the blood may turn your urine brown. The blood isn’t always noticeable and it may come and go.

Less common symptoms of bladder cancer include:

a need to urinate on a more frequent basis

sudden urges to urinate

a burning sensation when passing urine

If bladder cancer reaches an advanced stage and begins to spread, symptoms can include:

pelvic pain

bone pain

unintentional weight loss

swelling of the legs

When to seek medical advice

If you ever have blood in your urine – even if it comes and goes – you should visit your GP, so the cause can be investigated.

Having blood in your urine doesn’t mean you definitely have bladder cancer. There are other, more common, causes including:

urinary tract infection, such as cystitis

a kidney infection

kidney stones


an enlarged prostate gland, in men

World Cancer Day #WorldCancerDay #WeCanICan – get informed about the new global statistics and how how to take part in the WCD social media Thunderclap

World Cancer Day 2017 - Global Statistics
World Cancer Day 2017 – Global Statistics

Saturday 4th Feb 2017 is World Cancer Day 2017.

This year it is of particular importance to me as one of my friends was diagnosed with aggressive bladder cancer just over one month ago. Last week he was given a 50-50 chance of surviving 2017.

So it would be great if you would take part in tomorrow’s social media thunderclap. Find out a bit more about it here.

But better information is important as is regular screening for cancer.

So get the facts with this new infographic, highlighting global cancer statistics, trends with an action list of what you can do to prevent cancer.

Cervical Cancer – What are the signs. symptoms and risk factor associated with cervical cancer?

Every few years my wife is screened for cervical cancer.

As this occurred last month and we discussed it yesterday i thought it would be of some interest to share this fascinating infographic with you.

Please don’t ignore as this could save your life!

Cervical Cancer Infographic