Archive for the ‘cause cancer’ Category
Oh wait, energy saving lightbulbs will give you skin cancer (and migraines, and eczema, and dizziness). If they continue at this rate they will classify 936 objects into cancer causing or cancer curing in 2008. That’s not counting the Mail on Sunday. I may have bitten off more than I can chew.
Filed under: cause cancer, jenny hope, Mail | 20 Comments
Tags: cause cancer, energy saving lightbulbs
OK I am off on holiday, I will leave you with a running total. While I am gone feel free to add any Mail cancer stories in the comments. Cure Cancer: laughing. Cause Cancer: nano particles, obesity, sugary drinks, alcohol, bacon, ham, processed meats, salt, saturated fat, sugar, energy saving lightbulbs.
Filed under: cause cancer, cure cancer, Mail | 4 Comments
Tags: running total
3 days into the new year and we are still waiting for the Mail’s 1st miracle cancer cure story. In the mean time they tide us over by warning us of 3 more cancer causing evils to add to the list: salt, saturated fat, sugar. Now to be fair to them it is a fairly […]
Filed under: cause cancer, Mail | 2 Comments
Tags: cause cancer, salt, saturated fat, sugar
In an article on Bowel Cancer tests the Mail couldn’t resist sifting through some more substances and splitting them into cancer curing and cancer causing. To be filed under cancer causing: obesity, sugary drinks, alcohol, bacon, ham, and other processed meats. But it’s not all bad, they do reveal the important new news that fresh […]
Filed under: cause cancer, cure cancer, david derbyshire, Mail | 5 Comments
Tags: alcohol, bacon, cause cancer, fresh fruit, ham, obesity, sugary drinks, vegetables
A beautifully confused article from the Daily Mail to kick off the new year. Nano particles, are they awesome or or are they evil? Well I don’t really care, I just want to know if they are going to give me cancer but Sean Poulter the old tease waits till the final paragraph before telling […]
Filed under: cause cancer, Mail, sean poulter | 29 Comments
Tags: cause cancer, frankenstein foods, nano, sean poulter