Can dental x-rays cause breast cancer?

Answer On One Hand: Radiation Raises RiskEvery time a person undergoes X-rays, she is subjected to a blast of electromagnetic radiation. The more radiation a person receives, the more harmful it is and mo... Read More »

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Can X-rays cause breast cancer?

On One Hand: Scientific Evidence for RiskX-rays are a type of ionizing radiation. According to a scientific review published in a 2005 issue of the Breast Cancer Research journal, ionizing radiatio... Read More »

Can antiperspirant cause breast cancer?

No evidence links the use of antiperspirant to breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Parabens, preservatives in some antiperspirants, have been found in breast cancer tumors, but... Read More »

Can radiation cause breast cancer?

Ionizing radiation can cause breast cancer, according to a January 2005 fact sheet from Cornell University. Women and girls exposed to a large number of X-rays or women treated with radiation for c... Read More »

Can deodorant cause breast cancer?

On One Hand: Studies Link Deodorant to Breast CancerResearchers have found connections between deodorant and breast cancer. A study published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology in 2004 found that... Read More »