processed meat cancer

The state is setting the stage for a potential battle with the meat industry.
Secondhand smoke from cigarettes causes cancer. What can scientists tell us about secondhand bacon smoke? The IARC report doesn't address this.
The average American consumes about 18 pounds of bacon each year.
Eating little or no red meat, like beef and pork, was actually associated with higher all-cause mortality than very moderate
The review by Karolinska Institute researchers included an analysis of data from 11 different studies, which overall included
Here are the numbers: Every 50 grams of processed meat you eat on a daily basis (that's about one hot dog) increases your risk of colorectal cancer by 21 percent.