For the past three autumns, a small gathering has taken place in the wild beauty of Sonoma County, California. There, doctors, nurses, musicians, therapists, and body workers, among others, have […]
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Why your cancer-creating habits can affect your children (and we’re not talking about second-hand smoke). It’s hard enough being a parent. There are no “Parenting for Idiots” books out there. […]
There are two schools of thinking about cancer. School one says that cancer is a hereditary disease, passed from generation to generation. A good example of this are women who […]
Vaccines for highly contagious childhood illness — such as diphtheria, measles, and the mumps — are, for many, an everyday part of pediatric health care. Even though our kids may […]
If you’re a cancer patient who has been told you need to “go under the knife,” here’s some helpful news. Cancer surgery is often prescribed to diagnose a particular tumor […]
When my husband was diagnosed with very early stage prostate cancer, it was determined that the best course of action was “watchful waiting” – that is, monitoring the cancer at […]
When farmers try to manage insects in their crops, they figure out what dose of pesticide yields the best results. They do this based on understanding which bugs are the […]
In 1966, a science fiction film was released about a team of scientists who shrank themselves into molecular sized particles in order to heal a colleague from within his body. […]
As you head out for your run, walk, or swim of the day, it’s good to know that in addition to the widely known cardiac benefits, exercise also brings documented results […]
Cancer cells are like all the cells in our body, in that they need certain basic building blocks – amino acids – in order to reproduce. There are 20 amino […]
As researchers discover that cancers can be specifically targeted with a particular drug, the question then arises – which medication works best for a unique individual with a particular cancer? […]
Apple watches are cool devices for checking email on the go and staying in touch. But researchers at MD Anderson Cancer Center wondered if they could also be a useful […]