A Guide to Colon Cancer – Know Different Aspects of It

Cancer, the six letter word, induces common fear amongst all of us. Every one of us would hate to be a victim of cancer of kind. Recent studies show that almost 60 percent Americans suffer from this … [Read more...]

6 Tips to Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

Exposure to ultra violet ray of sunlight is most often regarded as the biggest threat for skin cancer. But other factors like overweight syndrome or obesity, malnutrition or developing skin moles or … [Read more...]

Importance of Detecting Prostate Cancer Early

Prostate cancer is a common type of cancer that affects men. It develops in the prostate gland, where it either grows slowly or spreads to other parts of the body quickly. This disease occurs when … [Read more...]

Battling cancer, video of hope

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Battling And Beating Cancer – Leukemia and Leukemia Research With Dr Le Beau

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Battling Beating Cancer – Lymphoma Signs, Symptoms Treatments With Dr. Leo Gordon

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Help Little Sophie In Her Battle Against Stage 4 Bone Cancer

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Three new drug to battle monster diseases approved by FDA

FDA approves new treatment for large brain aneurysms The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the cPAX Aneurysm Treatment System for surgery on brain aneurysms that are difficult to … [Read more...]

Choosing jogging over blogging: an update

I am happy where I am right now but life has just been so hectic since I started this new job. Though I miss blogging a lot (guess why I keep coming back here), I am proud to tell you that I have … [Read more...]

Friends can help prevent cancer…

I am not the type to forward chain emails. But this one cuaght my attention and touched my heart. It was sent by one of my very good friends who is fighting cancer - for the second time. Every … [Read more...]

Is non-stick cookware carcinogenic?

We all love our non-stick cooking ware. Who wouldn’t? Such convenience for the cooking housewives! Unfortunately, recent research evidence show that that favorite Teflon pan or pot may actually be … [Read more...]

Gear up for Charity Runs This Spring

I am getting kind of impatient with this heart problem of mine. The sooner my heart rhythm is back to normal, the sooner I can train. There are several local charity runs I am interested in but can’t … [Read more...]

Airport scanners are safe but you have the right to say no!

While travelling last December – January from the northern to the southern hemisphere, I and my family must have gone through at least 10 different security check points. I don’t think we ever went … [Read more...]

Cancer prevention in the headlines, 11 February

February is National Heart Month in the US. What is not well known is that it is also the Cancer Prevention Month. Hence, we are bringing you some news on this topic... Analysis: New Mammography … [Read more...]

Thanks for allergies?

Here is another news item that supports the idea that allergies are “a blessing in disguise.“ It may provide protection against a type of brain tumor. Glioma is “the most common form of primary … [Read more...]

NYC: No smoking in parks and beaches

“My world gets smaller everyday”, an old song goes. I can imagine that smokers are feeling this way these days. Especially in New York City. It all started with smoking bans in restaurants and bars in … [Read more...]

Is this your year to quit?

So what if it’s already February. That doesn’t mean that I can’t start my New Year’s resolutions now. Or you for that matter. Especially when the resolution is for our health. Besides, the Lunar Year … [Read more...]

Cancer in the headlines, 28 January

Some bad news... Breast Implants: FDA Review Indicates Possible Association With A Rare Cancer Women who had breast implants have a small but still measurable increased risk for developing … [Read more...]

4-year old Canadian is youngest breast cancer survivor

Aleisha Hunter is only 4 years old, barely just out of toddlerhood. Yet she has, in her short life, faced, battled and won over the monster that is breast cancer. When Aleisha was 2 and a half … [Read more...]

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