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4 Colonoscopy Myths

To continue raising awareness this Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to share some common myths about colonoscopies and colon cancer.

Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Health

As spring is the season of renewal, there is no time better than now to spring clean your health! See below for some simple tips to get you started:

Heart Disease Facts for National Wear Red Day

It’s National Wear Red Day, held annually on the first Friday of February to raise awareness about heart disease in women. While heart disease can affect all walks of life, it is estimated that 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke each year.

Recent Study: Anxiety May Increase Mortality Risk in Lung Cancer Patients

According to a recent study, published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, experiencing anxiety and depression while having advanced lung cancer may also increase mortality risk.

2017 New Year’s Resolutions Check In!

Making a New Year’s resolution is the fun part, it’s keeping it that’s the hard part. Whether you have lost some motivation, or are part of the other 50% still going strong, here are some goals you can easily set for February to improve your health!

Recent Study: Link Between Stress and Heart Attacks

If your New Year's resolution was to stress less, we have an important reason as to why you should follow through. In a recent study, researchers used brain imaging techniques to find that people with more active amygdalas have a higher risk of heart attack or stroke.

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

If cervical cancer is suspected, either due to an abnormal Pap test result or from symptoms like abnormal vaginal bleeding or pain during sex, your doctor will suggest further testing to confirm or deny diagnosis.

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!

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Know the Facts

As January brings cervical cancer awareness into focus, we want to ensure you know the facts. Test your knowledge with this true or false quiz.