From eating broccoli to avoiding hairspray, new findings on what causes or prevents cancer seem to be discovered every day. Cancer Council Victoria's Cancer Prevention team go behind the headlines to dispel the myths.
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So it's nearly that time of year again - the New Year. Pretty soon you'll be dragging yourself out of a turkey-induced coma, looking upon your waistline (hoping you can still see your feet) and brushing off the dust of 2011 ready for a brand new year.
So we're three weeks into December. What do we call this time of year again?
Who would you trust to decide what nutrition information goes on packaged food - public health experts or food industry marketing execs?
After finishing my second half marathon in three months, I had enough of running.
There is so much information out there about cancer, can you separate the myth from the fact? In an effort to combat misconceptions Cancer Council has launched a website iheard.com.au. It's here to bust the myths.
It's that magical time of the year. In the distance, you hear the sounds of rustling and jingling. No, it's not Santa's sleigh filled with presents - it's the bean counters inside the Federal Government's vault counting cash in readiness for the Federal Government's pre-budget submissions.