Sure, you know that the dentist helps you keep a full set of strong teeth and healthy gums. They give you a nice smile and better breath. But did you realize that the dentist could save your life, too? In fact, your dentist is an essential part of yo... Read More
A recent long-standing study (precisely 32 years in the making) conducted by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has shown that a common over-the-counter drug could reduce the risk of death in certain cancer patients. What is this myster... Read More
When is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month? What is the Testicular Cancer Awareness Month color? What month is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month? These are all important questions. April is International Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s t... Read More
I didn’t tell you about this when it happened, but last fall I had a bit of a health scare. I was getting changed and my wife noticed a sizeable skin discoloration on my back. Even worse, it surrounded a mole I wasn’t sure was there before. She ... Read More
Carmelita Jeter is one of the fastest women alive and is best known for two things: Olympic medals (she has three so far) and the pink cleats she began to wear after 2012. The reason behind her shoe choice is one that would be familiar to many Americ... Read More
Every October, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, two things are guaranteed: lots of pink and a great deal of back-and-forth about breast cancer screening. The debate has passionate advocates on both sides of the fence, but the subject can eas... Read More
If you use a cell phone, you may have been shocked to learn the results of a major study released late last week.
Garnering all kinds of buzz on the Internet, a long-term study conducted by the U.S. National Toxicology Program has found an associatio... Read More
Prostate cancer is a pressing issue for American men.
Thoughts of the disease can fester in the minds of older men across the country, often turning into a long and fearful waiting game.
I just read an article in The New York Times that addressed how... Read More