Health 10 April '17
Nolan Scully, more popularly known in social media as NolanStrong, held to his dying breath to happily say his words of love to his mom.
Health/Nutrition 16 November '16
Are you tired of smoking cigarettes? This could be your saving grace.
Body 20 July '16
Doctors found that since 2004, cases of metastatic prostate cancer almost doubled in men aged between 55 and 69 despite less PSA testing. A task force ruled against PSA testing because it provides unnecessary treatments that can harm the patient more.
Body 10 June '16
The new breath test can help scientists use the chemical markers as a screening method for lung cancer patients who underwent surgery. Other screening tests like the chest computed tomography scan can be a grueling process for patients.
Health/Nutrition 28 May '16
Study revealed that cellphone radiation can cause cancer albeit at very low and minimal levels.
Medicine 23 May '16
A new drug can make melanoma patients live longer. The drug Keytruda attacks proteins that prevent the body from fighting cancer cells.
Body 11 May '16
The expected vaccine to lengthen the expected lifespan of a person diagnosed with pancreatic cancer has failed to deliver results. Experts claim that those who received the vaccine had lower life expectancy than those who received standard treatment.
Body 6 May '16
Women have alleged to be victims of Johnson & Johnson's talc-based products. The company's talcum powder and feminine products are allegedly causing ovarian cancer.
Body 3 May '16
Blacks in segregated neighborhoods get less treatment for their lung cancers compared to their white counterparts. Economic status and racial class contribute to these problems.
Body 2 May '16
A few ways to lower the risk for colon cancer include eating less red meat, drinking milk, and avoiding food filled with sodium nitrate.
Body 22 April '16
Sunscreen products with SPF30 helps lessen melanoma risk by 80 percent. Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer.
Health/Nutrition 1 February '16
The air pollution in China continues to take its toll as millions of people die of cancer every year. Learn more about the shocking statistics.
News 14 October '15
Pittsburgh Steelers' DeAngelo Williams sought permission from the National Football League (NFL) to wear pink for the season, but the league shot down the running back's request, saying that he should stick with the uniform policy.
Health/Nutrition 5 August '15
New study says weight cycling is not associated with cancer risk.
Health/Nutrition 23 July '15
Smoking has been linked to worsening several illnesses like lung disease, liver disease and asthma to name a few. However, apart from the aforementioned diseases, smoking has a lethal effect to patients with breast cancer as well. A recent study suggests that chronic smoking reduces the chances of survival for women with breast cancer.