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Knowledge is power but when it comes to cancer, it may be the difference between life and death
We've heard a thousand times that technology causes cancer, but the science isn't actually that cut and dry.
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How hard you go in your workouts may have a direct correlation to disease development, according to new research.
Over half a million cases of one of the deadliest disease in America are preventable. Are you at risk?
Real people share why how you talk about cancer matters.
If you’re like 98 percent of adults, you’d brush off the 10 top warning signs of cancer. Would you recognize these other scary symptoms?
Real stories and disease-prevention secrets from pros who know the body inside and out: an anatomy professor and embalmer.
The ALS ice bucket challenge has drenched the nation, but take a moment to learn about these surprising diseases that are killing Americans.
The singer shares her thoughts on healthy living, shaving her head, and looking your best.
From some reports, it seems like green tea can cure everything—in a lab, that is. Luckily when translated to everyday consumption, a few cups still packs these great benefits.
Sometimes considered a "modern" disease, researchers have traced the illness back 3,200 years.
Forget aliens and UFOs—the majority of Americans think at least one crazy medical theory is true.
The should-you-or-shouldn't-you debate continues. Here’s how to make sense of the most recent findings.
When her mom was diagnosed, F-Cancer founder Yael Cohen decided it was time to address a need in the cancer community.
Find out what women said in a recent survey, plus the latest in cancer research, healthy living news, and more.
A new study reports that sugary, starchy foods may be linked to cancer, plus other health news you need to know.
The answer is more complicated that you’d guess