Articles for Tag: "American Cancer Society"

Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45 
Breast cancer risk assessment is critical for women under 45
With one in eight women developing breast cancer during their lifetime, early detection is key.
Blog: Cancer prevention starts with healthy living  Featured
Blog: Cancer prevention starts with healthy living
A physician shares the lifestyle choices he has made to reduce his risk of the disease.
How garlic can contribute to colon cancer prevention 
How garlic can contribute to colon cancer prevention
Learn how to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer, which has the second highest mortality rate of cancers affecting both men and women in the U.S.
Cancer death rates decreasing nationwide 
Cancer death rates decreasing nationwide
The news isn’t good for everyone, however. An expert explains.
Cancer prevention starts with healthy living 
Cancer prevention starts with healthy living
A physician shares the lifestyle choices he has made to reduce his risk of the disease.
Why men eat more while dining with women 
Why men eat more while dining with women
Researchers found that males consumed 93 percent more food when eating out with a lady.
Is red meat really cancerous? 
Is red meat really cancerous?
Here’s why the World Health Organization says processed meat can put your health at risk.