New Ways of Personalizing Cancer Treatment

Dr. Ronald Depinho of MD Anderson Cancer Center explains news ways to tailor cancer treatments to each individual patient.

Fishing For a Way to Lower Your Cancer Risk? Eat More Fish!

Higher fish consumption reduces risk of many cancers, heart disease, and protects the brain! So if fish is so healthy, why isn’t everyone eating it?

Pumpkin: Not Just For Halloween

Pumpkins might be fun for carving, but they're also full of carotenoids, vitamins, and fiber.


The United States of Superfoods

Find your state's superfood with this state-by-state breakdown.

New Screening Tool for Colon Cancer — Test Yourself At Home

We can’t get back the 50,000 lives lost this year to colon ...

Read Around the Web: Music Therapy and Healing

Music can play a substantial role in increasing well-being during cancer treatment.

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Recipe: Everything But the Kitchen Sink Pasta Salad

Here’s the recipe for one of my favorite hot weather salads.

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One Pill per Day Could Keep the Doctor Away: Multivitamins Prevent Cancer in Men

The only ran­dom­ized con­trolled trial of a com­plete mul­ti­vi­t­a­min has just been pub­lished after over 11 years of follow-up. This crit­i­cal, unique study pro­vides the first evi­dence of the ben­e­fit for a com­plete mul­ti­ple vit­a­min formula.

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High Water Content Foods

Up to 20% of the fluid intake in the diet comes from whole foods, espe­cially fruits and veg­eta­bles. Foods full of water aid in rehy­dra­tion and can increase a sense of full­ness in those try­ing to lose weight.

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Who Knew: New Onset Diabetes Precedes Symptomatic Pancreatic Cancer

Twenty per­cent of the time, the first pre­sent­ing symp­tom of pan­cre­atic can­cer is new onset dia­betes, a recent study of pri­mary care charts showed.

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Homemade Oral Rehydration Fluids

If you don’t want to drink a com­mer­cial rehy­dra­tion prod­uct with lots of dyes and sugar, either use a packet of com­mer­cial rehy­dra­tion salts or use these resources to make your own.

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