brain cancer Articles
Psychiatric Illnesses May Involve Changes in Only Two Genes
Monday, March 4th, 2013 by Dr. Robert Wascher
A new study shows that changes in only two genes may account for most psychiatric illnesses. PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES MAY INVOLVE CHANGES IN ONLY TWO GENES As most regular readers of Weekly Health Update know, I rarely discuss psychiatric research studies here, as most behavioral st... Read more
CT Scans and Cancer Risk in Children
Monday, June 11th, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
A new clinical study suggests that performing CT scans during childhood may significantly increase the risk of leukemia and brain cancer. CT SCANS AND CANCER RISK IN CHILDREN As I discuss in my bestselling book,A Cancer Prevention Guide for the Human Race, exposure to medical x-r... Read more
Cell Phone Use in Children and Teens and Brain Tumor Risk
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Dr. Robert Wascher
Welcome to Weekly Health Update New research suggests that the risk of brain tumors in children and teens associated with routine cell phone use is probably quite small. CELL PHONE USE IN CHILDREN AND TEENS AND BRAIN TUMOR RISK A possible link between cell phone use and brain tum... Read more
Coffee, Tea, Caffeine and Brain Cancer Risk
Sunday, November 14th, 2010 by Dr. Robert Wascher
COFFEE, TEA, CAFFEINE AND BRAIN CANCER RISK Coffee and tea are widely enjoyed around the world, and both have been the subject of numerous health claims most of them unproven. Tea, and green tea in particular, has been the focus of ... Read more
Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer & Memory Loss
Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 by Dr. Robert Wascher
CHEMOTHERAPY FOR BREAST CANCER & MEMORY LOSS Chemo Brain is a term often used by breast cancer patients to describe the decreased memory, and other cognitive dysfunctions, associated with chemotherapy for this common form of cancer. However, there has been very ... Read more