48 Posts


June 10, 2021

Does deodorant cause cancer?

Over the years, claims have been made that deodorants or antiperspirants may cause cancer, specifically breast cancer

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May 11, 2021

Cancer and diabetes: The connection is in your DNA

The connections between diabetes and cancer have been obvious for decades, but only recently have scientists begun identifying a reason for the relationship.

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Breast cancer risk

May 6, 2021

6 FAQs about risk assessment and genetic testing for breast cancer

While no one can predict who will get breast cancer and when, there are risk factors for many women that are easy to assess, then address.

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March 11, 2021

Colorectal cancer cases are declining. So why get screened earlier?

The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force has recommend lowering the age to begin colorectal cancer screenings.

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March 2, 2021

Can cholesterol-lowering statins also cut cancer risk?

Statins are not prescribed to lower cancer risk, but may prove to be an added benefit for the millions of Americans who take them to manage their cholesterol levels.

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When cancer returns

January 29, 2021

12 steps to help cope when cancer returns

Here are some steps you may take to help feel more empowered after a cancer recurrence.

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November 9, 2020

Busted: 7 myths about smoking and cancer

If you’re looking for reasons to quit smoking, here are some busted myths that may inspire you to kick the habit.

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Risk factors after diagnosis

July 13, 2020

If I already have cancer, do I still have to worry about risk factors?

It’s never too late to start taking better care of yourself—even if you already have cancer.

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Melanoma examination

June 29, 2020

What you should know about melanoma

Experts recommend that suspicious or fast-growing spots on the skin be checked by a doctor.

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