New Zealand batting legend Martin Crowe, who died on Thursday after a long battle with cancer, once said that the only time he truly felt content was at the crease with a ball rocketing towards him.

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A pooled analysis by researchers at Masonic Cancer Centre, University of Minnesota in US, which covered 13 studies, using data from the Childhood Leukaemia International Consortium (CLIC), has concluded that children born by pre-labour caesarean delivery may have a higher risk of developing acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) -- a cancer of the white blood cells.

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You’ve heard several people tell you to cut down your coffee intake because it is addictive. Now, listen to this--a new study has found that regular consumption of coffee may reduce the risk of liver cirrhosis by 44 per cent and may nearly halve the risk of dying from the disease.

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Many recent studies have shown the important role our diet plays in everyday health, and in the prevention of cancer. On the occasion of World Cancer Day on February 4, we have rounded up some of the key foods to include in your diet that could help ward off cancer, as well as promote general health and well-being.

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