BBC - Britons 'wary over cancer advice'
(Image: Translates roughly as "Work gives you cancer", in case you're wondering.)
[quoting from above news article]
The UK public is deeply sceptical about scientific claims for what causes or prevents cancer, a poll suggests.
The YouGov survey of 2,400 people for the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) found more than half thought scientists were always changing their minds.
More than a quarter said health advice changed constantly and the best approach was to ignore it completely.
But the WCRF said its advice, including eating more fruit and vegetables, had stayed the same for more than a decade.
The WCRF says that most scientists agree about the steps people can take to reduce their risk of cancer - and that this advice has largely stayed the same for the last 10 years.
It is thought that about a third of the most common cancers could be prevented through eating a healthy, balanced diet, being physically active and maintaining a healthy weight.
Obesity, drinking, smoking etc...
No mention of Aspartame? High Fructose Corn Syrup? Chemtrails? Depleted Uranium? I could go on. No wonder all the scientific advice about which foods do or do not cause cancer is contradictory and essentially pointless, because real confirmed causes of the modern cancer/bad health epidemic are being ignored.