Published on: June 28, 2023
Although there is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, there are several things you can do that may lower your likelihood of getting it.
Published on: February 5, 2021
Help lower your risk for getting colorectal cancer with our 6 tips for lifestyle changes you can start making right now.
Published on: October 14, 2020
About 20% of people who die from lung cancer in the United States every year have never smoked or used any form of tobacco. Here’s what we know about why some people who don't smoke get lung cancer.
Published on: September 3, 2020
One disease that disproportionately affects the Black community is colorectal cancer. The rates of colorectal cancer are higher in Blacks than any racial/ethnic group in the US. African Americans are about 20% more likely to get colorectal cancer and about 40% more likely to die from it than most other groups.
Published on: July 8, 2020
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has updated its guideline for human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination. New recommendations are for healthcare providers to routinely offer the HPV vaccine series to boys and girls between ages 9 and 12.
Published on: March 27, 2020
A new observational study shows that taking more steps each day – even if you walk at a regular pace – is linked with living longer.
Published on: March 11, 2020
X-rays, CT scans, and other medical imaging devices are important tools when a child is sick or hurt. But too much radiation may carry risks. Follow our tips to limit your child’s exposure.
Published on: February 19, 2020
Regular exercise is good for you for many reasons, and one of them is to lower your risk of cancer. Learn how much you need to help you stay healthy.