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Gel Manicures May Cause Cancer
Gel manicures, have you heard of 'em? You know, the ones that don't chip and last twice as long as regular manicures? Well, there's new research that says gel manicures are a risk factor for skin cancer due to the UVA rays emitted from special UV drying lamps -- eeeeeek! Get this: two women who had no history of skin cancer developed tumors on their hands after getting frequent manis. Read more here.
Bumble Bee recalling cans of tuna
Maybe pass up that tuna salad sandwich for lunch. Bumble Bee says there's something fishy about the seals on some 5-ounce cans of chunk white albacore and chunk light tuna sold under the Bumble Bee and Brunswick brands.
Read more here.
Your Breath Can Reveal... Stomach Cancer?
Scientists have developed a test that can detect stomach cancer with 90% accuracy—based on a patient's breath.
Stomach cancer gives off a signature smell due to certain organic compounds, and the test can detect them—and even differentiate between early- and late-stage cancer. Read more here.