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The internet has been abuzz with well wishes for Giuliana Rancic after she announced she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. But her early stages of breast-cancer diagnosis has also raised questions for many.
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Most of us like gingerbread cookies and ginger ale, but turns out ginger isn't just a good flavor in desserts and drinks. A new study shows that ginger may help reduce the risk of colon cancer.
Steve Jobs passed away yesterday after a fight with advanced pancreatic cancer. While Jobs' legacy will go on with his amazing technological advances, we thought we'd take a second to learn more about what ended his life at just the age of 56.
We all know that we should perform a monthly self-breast exam, but now a new study is saying that some women should do more than that, even in their younger years.
There's been a lot of talk about the human papillomavirus (HPV) and the HPV vaccine on the campaign trail. But politics aside, new research is showing just how serious HPV is. According to a new study, HPV may be responsible for the increase in throat-can
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