The number of 18 to 34 year-olds in England who smoke increased by 25% in the first lockdown, according to a study published today in the journal Addiction and funded by Cancer Research UK.
1 in 25 newly diagnosed cancer cases in the last year may be associated with drinking alcohol, according to a global study published in The Lancet Oncology.
The results from the European EPIC have shaped our understanding of diet and cancer.
Our new research shows that more than 135,000 cases of cancer could be prevented in the UK each year largely through lifestyle changes.
The damage caused to specialised stem cells’ DNA could help explain why drinking increases the risk of cancer.
Scientists have shown how alcohol damages DNA in stem cells, helping to explain why drinking increases your risk of cancer.
Understanding the science behind why we make certain decisions can help make your 2018 healthy resolutions stick.
For Alcohol Awareness Week we’ve launched a tracker for Amazon Alexa-enabled devices to see if voice technology can help people live healthier lives.
Cancer Research UK has created an Amazon Alexa Skill so users can track their alcohol consumption and raise awareness of the link between alcohol and cancer.