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Deadly breakfast? Study connects bacon, premature death

Researchers found that those who consume processed meats are more likely to die early of cardiovascular diseases or cancer.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Cancer survivors unite at bootcamp

An interview with Save the Scenic Santa Ritas Vice President Morris Farr about opposition to the Rosemont Mine.. Also, Dr. Peter Gordon, veterinary neurologist with Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson, and Anita Kellman on the 5th Annual Beat Cancer Boot Camp.... Read more»

Report: Cancer risks from chemicals used to treat drinking water

Chemicals used to treat drinking water for millions of Americans may raise the risk of cancer and lead to other unintended health hazards, according to a report released Wednesday by the Environmental Working Group. Tucson's water is considerably lower in chemicals than that from other Arizona utilities.... Read more»

Tanning industry dismissal of skin cancer threat draws doctors' ire

A new campaign by the tanning industry to promote the safety of sunbed use has come under fierce attack from the American Academy of Dermatology, which is accusing the industry of making claims that are "ridiculous" and unsupported by scientific evidence.... Read more»

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Spanish paper says Hugo Chavez on life support

Venezuela's VP challenged rumors about Chavez's health, while GlobalPost's correspondent in Havana said the truth about the ailing president's condition is unclear.... Read more»

Barber back in D.C. after cancer surgery

U.S. Rep. Ron Barber is back on the job in Washington, D.C., this week after having a cancerous tumor removed from his tongue a week ago, as spokesman said.... Read more»

Barber resting after tongue surgery

No stranger to hospitals and doctors over the last two years, U.S. Rep. Ron Barber is resting at home after surgery to remove a cancerous growth from his tongue, a spokesman said Tuesday.... Read more»2

TSA X-ray body scanners sit idle in warehouse

Last month, the Transportation Security Administration said it was moving nearly half its X-ray body scanners from some of the nation's biggest airports to smaller ones. But it turns out that more than 90 of the controversial machines will sit in a Texas warehouse indefinitely, agency officials said Thursday.... Read more»

TSA removes X-ray body scanners from major airports

The Transportation Security Administration has been quietly removing its X-ray body scanners from major airports over the last few weeks and replacing them with machines that radiation experts believe are safer.... Read more»1

Cancer number one killer of Latinos, replacing heart disease

A new study says cancer is now the number one killer of Latinos in the United States. ... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Goddard on 'How to fix a broken border'

Terry Goddard, former Attorney General, on his prescription for securing the border, plus Fred Taylor of the Southwest Prostate Cancer Foundation, and GOP congressional candidate Martha McSally.... Read more»

Marijuana linked to increased risk of testicular cancer

A new study from the University of Southern California says marijuana use may increase the risk of testicular cancer. ... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: McSally campaign discord over?

Today on Buckmaster - Martha McSally, Republican candidate for Congress in District 2. Then, financial planner Shelly Fishman live from Russia, plus homeless veterans and the man whose discovery led to the PSA test.... Read more»

Aspirin is shown to reduce cancer risk

Two studies show that taking aspirin everyday may reduce the risk of cancer, but experts are unsure if the benefits are worth the potential side effects.... Read more»2

A Mountain closed Saturday for cancer climb

The road to A Mountain will be closed for part of the day Saturday for the American Cancer Society's "Climb to Conquer Cancer" event.... Read more»

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