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It’s National Nutrition Month and the perfect time to talk about an important topic – cancer.
I am a 72 year old who was diagnosed with endometrial adenocarcinoma stage 1a grade2.should I get brachytherapy even though my surgeon and the radiologist say it's up to me.I have ...
Exercise is an important component of a cancer survivor’s recovery process. Emerging research suggests a decrease in breast cancer recurrence for those who exercise.
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When our skeletal muscles move and produce some movement in our body, it causes some energy to be spent. This movement which causes burning of energy is called physical activity.
This is a condensed version of a blog post entitled "Donate Your Data– Share your Cancer Story to Help Yourself While Helping ...
I mean I just learned that Jen aka Jennifer Arnold, MD of TLC's Little Couple is suffering it. At the same time I'm very confused regarding all of this and need clarification on all of ...
I don't always "cough" but more like clearing my airway and it always produces mucus. This has been going on several months, maybe a year. I'm starting to worry.
Generally speaking, research shows that women are more vigilant than men about getting the recommended health screenings and checkups.
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