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Drinking Coffee Could Cause Cancer

If you've been holding your cell phone a foot from your ear ever since you heard that it's a "possible carcinogen," relax.  It just means cell phones MIGHT cause cancer.  Here are four things from  Healthline.com that people use every day that are even riskier.

#1.)  Coffee.  This makes me really sad, because I LOVE my coffee. Apparently, it's been shown to PREVENT some types of cancer:  A study last month said men who have six or more cups a day are 60% LESS likely to develop fatal prostate cancer.  But coffee's still classified as a PROBABLE carcinogen.

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Cell Phones May Cause Cancer, Says New Study

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer the radiation in cell phones may cause cancer.

The group came to this conclusion after analyzing 30 previous studies which had explored the link between cell phones and cancer.

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Thank You! $48,224

"No child should die in the dawn of life"  And thanks to you, the life saving research continues at St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. This year you raised $48,224 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital!

We'd like to thank Kiwi Loco for making this years event possible.

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Where Should We Send The Toilet?

We found this on our lawn this morning.

It's a piece of pretty smart viral marketing courtesy of the American Cancer Society.  Maybe you've seen one of these where you are today?  Basically, you pay a $5 fee and those responsible will come take it away

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Dogs Trained To Sniff Out Cancer

Turns out dogs are more than just a man's best friend, and they may be much smarter than most people realize. Studies are showing that they could actually save your life.

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Does Steve Jobs Secretly Have Cancer?

No one from Apple has confirmed this rumor . . . at least no one who's alive . . . so take it for what it's worth.  But according to "Fortune" magazine, they were told by a former Apple employee that STEVE JOBS has cancer.

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