tumor

Cancer Cells Can Become Immortal

Normal cells grow to a certain limit and stop and that’s it. They stop growing when they reach a certain limit. But cancer cells are known for their replicating capabilities. Cancer cells are known to be “immortal”. A new study by University of Pittsburgh, Health Sciences department, reveals the reason for their immortality. This new research sheds light on how a mutated gene plays the “behind the scenes” role. 

Scientists Claim Running Reduces Risk Of Cancer By 72%

Physical activities have always been central to living a healthy life. New research published in Europe PMC journal has revealed that running can significantly reduce chances of some cancers. Running or any sort of aerobic activity decreases risk of certain cancers by 72%, according to the Israeli scientists.