Here’s some good news for those who have battled cancer: women who have survived breast cancer are enjoying the same quality of life as those who have never had the disease.
Researchers based at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Ontario recently con... Read More
Apoptosis is a word that is used a lot in the world of cancer medicine. Apoptosis is a process that happens naturally in the body. It sounds alarming –a cell’s self-destruction—but it’s something cells need to do from time to time to make roo... Read More
Do you live in a big city? Enjoy everything it has to offer in the way of jobs, culture, and resources? If so, you’re part of a group of people that numbers in the tens of millions.
Unfortunately, cities also have their down side: air pollution. Ev... Read More
Peanut butter and jam may have been a staple in your lunch box as a kid—and that’s a good thing! Peanut butter (the kind without added palm oil and icing sugar) is a good source of nutrients that can keep you going all through a busy day.
First a... Read More
Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer in women and continues to be an important health issue. Although much more is understood regarding breast cancer, there seems to be somewhat of a void in the effectiveness of preventative strategie... Read More
Over the past two decades, the push to raise awareness about the benefits of breast and prostate cancer screening has been largely successful. More than ever, patients have realized the benefits of regular screening in terms of early detection and pr... Read More
New prostate cancer screening tests are being tested in laboratories across the country. These tests are being devised to replace, or at least complement, the PSA test. Why the push for alternate ways to screen for prostate cancer? The PSA test has b... Read More
In honor of Prostate Awareness Month, let’s talk about some new recommendations released this month by Prostate Cancer Canada. The recommendations come on the heels of recent statistics about prostate cancer: one in seven men will get the disease a... Read More