Also, people living within the vicinity where e-waste materials are burnt in the open may be at risk of developing cancer due to carcinogenic
substances released into the atmosphere.
The World Health Organisation concluded in 2015 that processed meat is carcinogenic
In 1991, the IARC assessed the carcinogenicity of coffee, classifying it as 'possibly carcinogenic
to humans' based on limited evidence from case-control studies and data from experimental animals.
The IARC had previously classified coffee as "possibly" carcinogenic
(category 2B) in 1991.
The latest report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer agency of the World Health Organisation, that drinking very hot beverages is "probably carcinogenic
to humans", is interesting as well as alarming.
There is no conclusive evidence that drinking coffee causes cancer, the World Health Organization's cancer agency will say in a reverse of its previous warning, but it will also say all "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic
This is in contrast to another WHO committee report in 2015 stating that glyphosate was probably carcinogenic
Commenting on the issue of the carcinogenic
wheat, the MP told "Voice of Lebanon" radio " It is difficult to tell whether the wheat is carcinogenic
or not," saying "the solution should be through founding a committee and having laboratories to make tests on samples.
Summary: Hardly has the poisonous saga of Lebanon's trash crisis taken its first tentative steps toward a solution, but our politicians have been magnanimous enough to conjure up another drama that will afflict all Lebanese -- carcinogenic
The report also declared red meats as "probably carcinogenic
," but did not make specific guidelines on red meat consumption at this point.
33% dental graduates were aware of the fact that citrus fruits exhibit anti carcinogenic
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), red meat is "probably" carcinogenic
to humans, while cured and processed meat is carcinogenic
, meaning bacon is now up there alongside cigarettes, arsenic and asbestos.