cancer awareness

Olympic Runner Carmelita Jeter Talks Breast Cancer Awareness
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
“Bad Luck” Really the Leading Cause of Cancer?
Cancer is one of those mysterious conditions, and it is not the result of one single thing. Almost everything is known to cause or increase your risk of cancer these days, and many people will make positive lifestyle changes to help decrease their ca... Read More
Four Ways to Decrease Breast Cancer Risk Naturally
October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign that increases awareness of breast cancer, which affects approximately one in eight women in the U.S. According to the American Cancer Society, there have been an estimated 232,57... Read More
Your Heavy Smoking Linked to Genetics?
From a global perspective, smoking remains the number one cause of preventable death, suffering, and high morbidity rates. Smoking can cause untold damage to your lungs, upper respiratory tract, upper digestive tract, arteries, brain, skin, and eyes.... Read More
How Where You Live Can Determine Your Health
I usually write these articles from my home office. Right now, however, I can’t be there. Instead, I’m writing to you from a family member’s home, where I’ll be staying for a few days. It wasn’t a planned visit, but something unexpected cam... Read More
Finding Support When You Need It the Most
Bumping into a family friend at the grocery store the other day reminded me of something important. There are countless people across the country whose suffering goes almost completely unnoticed. And it’s quite possible you’re one of them. Every ... Read More