Lifestyle

5 Tips to Help Protect Against Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the No. 1 most common type of cancer in the United States; in fact, skin cancer is diagnosed more often in the U.S. than all other cancers combined, and rates are on the rise.

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Measles Outbreak Puts Cancer Patients at Risk
5.15.2019 Dory Benford

Measles is a highly contagious viral infection that lives in the nose and throat mucous of those who have contracted the illness. How can cancer patients protect themselves from the measles?

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Home DNA Tests and Cancer
5.08.2019 hopeful

If you’re concerned about developing breast cancer, ordering a home DNA test to look for genetic variations (called variants) linked to the disease may sound appealing. But how much can this direct-to-consumer lab kit really tell you?

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7 Often Overlooked Symptoms of Bladder Cancer
5.08.2019 hopeful

As with most types of cancer, early detection is key; bladder cancer that has not progressed outside of the bladder has a higher rate of survival compared to cancer that has advanced to the lymph nodes or other organs.

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4 Ways to Naturally Spring Clean Your Colon

Our healthy bodies have numerous mechanisms for helping to rid the body of toxins, including the kidneys, liver, skin and lungs. Together, these systems do an almost miraculous job of helping to rid the body of toxins.

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6 Ways to Reduce Your Risk for Esophageal Cancer

When esophageal cancer forms, either in the lining of the esophagus or the glandular cells, the results can be debilitating. Here are six lifestyle factors to be aware of that can reduce your risk for esophageal cancer.

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