Cancer Care

Do hard-hitting ads help smokers kick the habit? 
Do hard-hitting ads help smokers kick the habit?
An advertising campaign depicting the graphic realities of smoking is saving lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Eating disorders overlooked in obese teens 
Eating disorders overlooked in obese teens
Find out why teens who are overweight may go undiagnosed for eating disorders and develop more severe medical complications.
Younger women benefit from getting mammograms earlier 
Younger women benefit from getting mammograms earlier
Find out why researchers say the lives of more young women could be saved if they received mammograms sooner.
5 reasons to stop smoking now 
5 reasons to stop smoking now
Quitting smoking may be difficult to do, but experts say the benefits can offer immediate rewards to you—and your family.
Women opting for surgery when they hear ‘cancer’ 
Women opting for surgery when they hear ‘cancer’
The term “cancer” can strike fear in patients, but could the word itself affect a patient’s chosen course of treatment?
Should 21 be the legal age to buy cigarettes? 
Should 21 be the legal age to buy cigarettes?
A proposal to raise the age for the purchase of tobacco products is lighting up conversations across the nation.
Men more likely to die of skin cancer 
Men more likely to die of skin cancer
New research finds that men have more to worry about when it comes to skin cancer diagnosis. Find out why.