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Daily Mail - List of things that give you cancer

Discussion in 'Health Forum' started by dig this, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. dig this

    dig this TRIBE Member

    This is amazing... Some guy put together this comprehensive list of links to Daily Mail articles about cancer warnings. Prevention is obviously futile.

    The Daily Mail list of 'Things that give you cancer' - hellokinsella's posterous

    edit... looks like some of the links are incomplete... go to the site above for proper links.

    AGE News | Mail Online...
    AIR POLLUTION Health | Mail Online...
    AIR TRAVEL Health | Mail Online... and Travel | Mail Online....
    ALCOHOL News | Mail Online... and Health | Mail Online...
    ALLERGIES Health | Mail Online...
    ARTIFICIAL FLAVOURS News | Mail Online...
    ARTIFICIAL LIGHT Health | Mail Online...
    ASBESTOS (as if it wasn’t bad enough already)News | Mail Online...
    ASPIRIN Asprin link to cancer risk | Mail Online
    BABIES News | Mail Online....
    BABY BOTTLES Health | Mail Online...
    BABY FOOD Baby food in cancer alert | Mail Online
    BACON Health | Mail Online...
    BARBEQUES News | Mail Online...
    BEEF News | Mail Online....
    BEER Health | Mail Online...
    BEING A BLACK PERSON Health | Mail Online... and Health | Mail Online...
    BEING A WOMAN Health | Mail Online...
    BEING A MAN Health | Mail Online...
    BEING SOUTHERN Health | Mail Online...
    BISCUITS Cancer: foods to avoid? | Mail Online
    BLOWJOBS Health | Mail Online...
    BRAS Is your bra bad for you? | Mail Online
    BREAD Health | Mail Online...
    BREAST FEEDING Who's at risk of breast cancer? | Mail Online
    BREAST IMPLANTS Health | Mail Online....
    BROKEN HEARTS News | Mail Online...
    BUBBLE BATH Is your bubble bath safe? | Mail Online
    BURGERS Health | Mail Online...
    CAFFINE Health | Mail Online...
    CALCUIM News | Mail Online...
    CANDLE-LIT DINNERS Health | Mail Online...
    CANNED FOOD Health | Mail Online...
    CARBOHYDRATES Health | Mail Online...
    CARS Health | Mail Online...
    CEREAL How safe are your favourite foods? | Mail Online
    CHEESE News | Mail Online...
    CHICKEN News | Mail Online...
    CHILDLESSNESS Columnists | Mail Online...
    CHILDREN Health | Mail Online...
    CHILDREN’S FOOD News | Mail Online....
    CHILLIS Health | Mail Online...
    CHINESE MEDICINE Health | Mail Online...
    CHIPS Health | Mail Online...
    CHLORINE News | Mail Online...
    CHOCLATE Health | Mail Online...
    CITY LIVING Health | Mail Online...
    CLIMATE CHANGE Health | Mail Online...
    COCA COLA Health | Mail Online...
    COD LIVER OIL Health | Mail Online...
    COFFEE How healthy is your cup of coffee? | Mail Online
    CONSTAPATION Atkins diet cancer risk | Mail Online
    CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS Cancer risk '45% higher' on Pill | Mail Online
    COOKING Health | Mail Online....
    CORDLESS PHONES Health | Mail Online...
    CRAYONS News | Mail Online...
    CURRY Health | Mail Online...
    DEODRANT Deodorants linked to cancer | Mail Online
    DIETING Health | Mail Online...
    DOGS Health | Mail Online...
    EGGS Cancer chemicals are found in eggs | Mail Online
    ELECTRICITY News | Mail Online...
    ENGLISH BREAKFAST Health | Mail Online...
    FACEBOOK Health | Mail Online...
    FALSE NAILS Health | Mail Online...
    FATHERHOOD Health | Mail Online...
    FIBRE Fibre 'cancer risk' warning | Mail Online
    FISH Fish cancer scare | Mail Online
    FIZZY DRINKS Health | Mail Online...
    FLIP FLOPS Health | Mail Online...
    FLY SPRAY Science&Tech | Mail Online...
    FRUIT Health | Mail Online...
    FRUIT JUICE News | Mail Online...
    GARDENS News | Mail Online...
    GRAPEFRUIT Health | Mail Online...
    HAIR DYE Health | Mail Online...
    HAM Health | Mail Online...
    HEIGHT Health | Mail Online...
    HONEY News | Mail Online...
    HOT DRINKS How safe are your favourite foods? | Mail Online
    HRT Health | Mail Online...
    INTERNET Health | Mail Online...
    IVF Health | Mail Online....
    KIDNEY TRANSPLATS TV&Showbiz | Mail Online...
    LAMB Health | Mail Online...
    LARGE HEADS Health | Mail Online...
    LEFT-HANDEDNESS Health | Mail Online...
    LIPSTICK Is your lipstick giving you cancer? | Mail Online
    LIVER TRANSPLANTS Health | Mail Online...
    MENOPAUSE News | Mail Online...
    MENSTRUATION Do women need periods? | Mail Online
    METAL Health | Mail Online...
    MILK Milk linked to ovarian cancer | Mail Online
    MOBILE PHONES Health | Mail Online...
    MODERN LIVING Health | Mail Online...
    MONEY Health | Mail Online...
    MORPHINE Health | Mail Online...
    MOUTHWASH Health | Mail Online...
    NUCLEAR POWER (there is no hint of irony in this article)News | Mail Online...
    OBESITY Obesity raises risk of cancer | Mail Online
    OESTROGEN Oestrogen link to breast cancer | Mail Online
    OLDER FATHERs Health | Mail Online...
    PASTRY How safe are your favourite foods? | Mail Online
    PEANUT BUTTER News | Mail Online...
    PERFUME Health | Mail Online...
    PICKLES How safe are your favourite foods? | Mail Online
    PIZZA New food dye warning | Mail Online
    PLASTIC BAGS Science&Tech | Mail Online...
    PORK News | Mail Online...
    POTATOES News | Mail Online...
    POVERTY Columnists | Mail Online...
    PREGNANCY Health | Mail Online...
    RADIOACTIVITY (again, just no irony whatsoever) News | Mail Online...
    RICE Health | Mail Online...
    SAUSAGES Health | Mail Online...
    RETIREMENT Health | Mail Online...
    SEX Did sex give me cancer? | Mail Online
    SHAVING Shaving may raise cancer risk | Mail Online
    SKIING Skiers warned of cancer risk | Mail Online
    SOUP Health | Mail Online...
    SPACE TRAVEL News | Mail Online...
    SUN CREAM Travel | Mail Online...
    TALCUM POWDER Health | Mail Online...
    TEA Health | Mail Online...
    TEEN SEX Health | Mail Online...
    THIRD HAND SMOKE (read article and you'll understand) Health | Mail Online...
    VITAMINS Health | Mail Online...
    WATER Health | Mail Online...
    WI-FI News | Mail Online...
    WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Health | Mail Online...
    WORKING Health | Mail Online...
    X-RAYS X-rays 'bring risk of cancer' | Mail Online
     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2010
  2. Musical Rush

    Musical Rush TRIBE Member

    I quit reading the list after seeing Beer and Blow jobs.

    Being a Toronto sports team fan should be on the list too.
     
  3. <FresHFunK>

    <FresHFunK> TRIBE Member

    I wanna know how receiving a BJ could result in cancer or how giving a BJ could do the same. The links don’t leading to the proper articles.

    So in hindsight, Everything leads to cancer?
     
  4. Musical Rush

    Musical Rush TRIBE Member

    Now I know why dogs are mans best friend, if you have a nagging wife.
     
  5. dig this

    dig this TRIBE Member

    some of the links don't work... just go to the main site and find the links there...

    'Oral sex can cause throat cancer'

    Oral sex raises your risk of throat cancer scientists have warned.

    A new study found the sex act can pass on the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can trigger a specific type of throat cancer in both men and women.

    And they claim oral sex is an even bigger killer than smoking or drinking.

    The researchers found those who had more than six oral sex partners in their lifetime and an HPV infection were 8.6 times more likely to develop the cancer than those who had never engaged in oral sex. Whereas smoking raised the risk of throat cancer three times, and drinking by 2.5.
    More....

    * Men can get cancer from HPV too: The facts on HPV

    Men can cut the risk to their partners by wearing a condom during oral sex.

    Researcher Dr Gypsyamber D'Souza, from the Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore, US, said: "It is important to know that people without the traditional risk factors of tobacco and alcohol use can nevertheless be at risk of oropharyngeal cancer.

    There are around 7,600 cases of oesophageal cancer diagnosed in the UK each year and 7,400 deaths related to the disease.

    But co-author Dr Maura Gillison said: "People should be reassured that oropharyngeal cancer is relatively uncommon, and the overwhelming majority of people with an oral HPV infection probably will not get throat cancer."

    The findings are published today in the New England Journal of Medicine.
     
  6. WestsideWax

    WestsideWax TRIBE Promoter

    I always feel heaps better after consulting the Daily Mail for the all latest medical dish. Right up there with Reader's Digest.
     
  7. Musical Rush

    Musical Rush TRIBE Member

    Something just occurred to me while I'm sitting here chugging away at this keg, getting a BJ, and eating a fat juicy hamburger. Since dogs can give woman breast cancer, I wonder if this is why you see so many married men with these little fucking 20lb mutts? Woman have found out about this study. So if your wife has little torpedo tits, you can forget about getting a Saint Bernard, have fun with your little Chihuahua.
     
  8. erika

    erika TRIBE Member

    I didn't even get that far - I stopped at Babies!!
    => live every moment fully because you never know what lurks :)
     
  9. Musical Rush

    Musical Rush TRIBE Member

    I think somebody is trying to re-write the bible, or is trying to come up with a new one.

    I know I'm going to get shot for this one. For the Being a Black Person.. I thought it would be lead poisoning? Not prostate Cancer.
     
  10. basilisk

    basilisk TRIBE Member

    It's the Daily Mail FFS... half of that shit is guesswork or just wrong.
     
  11. KillaLadY

    KillaLadY TRIBE Member

    Being black gives you cancer?

    WTF?
     

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