SHAFAQNA Türkiye – WHO has announced that aspartame, which is found in many products on store shelves, carries a risk of cancer.
In a study that suggested low-fat yogurts could be carcinogenic due to aspartame, just like light yogurts, aloe vera, which is often used in skin care, was also included in the dangerous class.
In a two-year experiment on mice, the International Agency for Research on Cancer found that those who drank water containing aloe vera extract were more likely to develop colon cancer.
Fern, which is commonly found in woodlands, steppes and slopes, also carries a risk of bowel and bladder cancer, according to the World Health Organization.
Other foods identified as carcinogens included birth control pills. It turns out that birth control pills increase the risk of breast cancer.
The use of body powder has been stated to be associated with a risk of ovarian cancer.
In a study of the relationship between cancer and occupations, working in the dry cleaning, textile and printing industries was found to be dangerous.
A Danish study found that the incidence of liver and gallbladder cancer is higher among laundry workers.
It has been stated that those who work in the textile industry are more likely to develop cancer of the throat and mouth.
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