Hair Dye Points to Cancer

Published Online: Saturday, May 1, 2004

Non?Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL) is more prevalent among women who began using hair dye prior to 1980, according to Yale researchers. Their study, reported recently in the American Journal of Epidemiology, found that women who used darker, permanent hair-coloring products for >25 years had the greatest risk. The researchers, however, did not find an increased risk of NHL among women who started using hair-coloring products in 1980 or later.

Latest Articles
As today is World AIDS Day, pharmacists across the globe may be renewing their interest in quashing HIV infection and providing support for infected patients.
Pharmacists are in a great position to impart valuable heart-related wisdom to their patients.
Shifts in sleep schedules may increase an individual’s risk for diabetes.
Qualgen has taken corrective actions concerning its compounding facility conditions and sterility processes.
Latest Issues