If there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s that cancer is a devastating disease. But the opinions of why and how people acquire cancer are always under debate—and the results of two shocking studies are adding more fuel to the cancer prevent... Read More
Ovarian cysts are remarkably common in women. If you’re of childbearing age, it’s probable that you’ve been experiencing them monthly without realizing it. The reason why the ovaries see so many cysts is because of the menstrual cyc... Read More
With well over 93,000 new cases each year, colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the United States. But did you know that something as simple as a common vitamin could help curb those numbers? Stick with me and I’ll tell you ... Read More
Cervical cancer symptoms are important warning signs of a common reproductive tract infection known as a human papillomavirus (HPV)-related disease. The cancer of the cervix is most common in women over the age of 30. The HPV virus is believed to spr... Read More
Lynch syndrome is a type of genetic condition that increases a person’s likelihood of developing cancers along the digestive or gynecological tract, as well as other areas of the body.
The condition was formerly known as “hereditary nonpo... Read More
For many people, their hair is a big part of their identities. Just ask my aunt Dianne; she has always been notorious for her long blonde locks. However, recently she noticed that her hair wasn’t as thick as it used to be.
That being said, hair los... Read More
By now, you have likely heard that the World Health Organization (WHO) has added red meat and processed meat to its list of carcinogens. This has spawned countless misinterpretations of the data as people try and understand what it all actually means... Read More
The best complementary cancer treatment or prevention regimen is one that includes the healthy foods you consume every day! Whenever there is a cancer diagnosis, your diet, along with your emotional outlook, should be the first “life changes” to ... Read More