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What Causes Cancer?

What causes cancer? A question too often asked. While some factors cannot be controlled, did you know that the World Cancer Research Fund estimates that 20 percent of all cancers diagnosed in the US could have been prevented — largely through lifestyle changes?

5 Cancer Warning Signs Men Shouldn’t Ignore

When we experience bodily changes, more often than not we continue on in our daily routines. Sometime, these changes aren’t anything alarming, but other times they could mean something more serious is afoot. If you experience any of the below, let your physician know for further evaluation.

Cancer and the Flu: FAQs

Since cancer patients and cancer survivors are at higher risk of complications from the flu, be sure to take precaution as we enter peek flu season!

Superfoods to Include This Thanksgiving

What better way to show you care than with a Thanksgiving meal full of low calorie, cancer fighting foods. The average Thanksgiving meal (and the following week’s leftovers) can be close to 3000 calories - well over the recommended daily limit. Obesity has been linked to uterus, breast, colon, liver, and prostate cancer (among several others), as well as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and stroke. So as Thanksgiving approaches, remember to enjoy the holiday without overdoing it.

November 17th is The Great American Smokeout

This November 17th is The Great American Smokeout - a program developed by the American Cancer Society to raise awareness of the dangers of smoking and encourage smokers to quit once and for all. Make 2016 the year you quit smoking with a few of these helpful tips.

Hodgkin's Lymphoma Awareness Month: What Is It?

Commonly called hodgkin lymphoma, hodgkin disease is a cancer that starts in the part of white blood cells called lymphocytes.

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month - September

After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men. In fact, about 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. While prostate cancer can be a serious disease, more than 2.9 million men in the US count themselves as prostate cancer survivors.

Caring for Someone with Cancer

Perhaps the only phrase scarier than “you have cancer” is, “your loved one has cancer.” It is normal to feel scared, overwhelmed and unsure of what the future will hold, so if you have recently become the caregiver for someone with cancer, here are a few things to keep in mind.

4 Most Common Thyroid Disorders

Men and women know to check themselves for cancerous lumps or dark spots on their skin, but what about lumps you can’t see or feel?

Tips to Safeguard Your Health

Earlier this June, National Cancer Survivors Day shed light on the many ways the over 14.5 million cancer survivors maintain a healthy lifestyle. Whether you have survived cancer, are currently in treatment or have never been diagnosed, there is a lot to be learned from these survivors. Check out the below tips to help safeguard your health.