I have been following your article on breast cancer and the risk posed by hair dyes with interest (WDDTY, vol 9 no 7).
Do hair dyes cause cancer? No, says a study published recently in a medical journal. Yes, say researchers who presented their findings to an international conference this week. The most dangerous dyes, both research groups agree, are those that were...
About the Clairol Loving hair dyes, I have just confirmed with Clairol’s customer services (tel: 0800 181 184) that this range contains no paraphenylenediamines (PPDs).
Avoid the following, which can cause cancer
* Radiation therapy, such as for cancer (J Natl Cancer Inst, 2001; 93: 618-29)
Cancer is mostly preventable - even for those with a genetic predisposition. In fact, genetics accounts for only around 30 per cent of cancers. The rest is down to lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise and environment. Go vegetarian or, at the...
I was so impressed with your article on HRT (WDDTY vol 13 no 2) that I took it along to show a private specialist I was consulting about HRT (I have osteoporosis, or so they say,