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Feb 24, 15

A new hospital program dispenses downward dogs and tree poses to help kids with aggressive forms of cancer deal with their illnesses.

Feb 24, 15

For women with dense tissue, mammograms can be less accurate. New tests offer better detection but often more false alarms.

Feb 18, 15

During winter, the temperature drops and the sun may not shine. But don't put away the sunscreen. You're still at risk for skin cancer, so learn to protect your skin.

Feb 18, 15

Living a healthy lifestyle can help protect you from cancer. This includes eating right, exercising, getting a good night's rest and avoiding tobacco. Learn more ways to live a healthy lifestyle.

Feb 18, 15

Some caffeine sources have been linked to major health benefits, including lowering your cancer risk and less weight gain over time. But our experts say the jury is still out.

Feb 11, 15

A new study that compared activity monitors found that while some are accurate when measuring step counts, others are way off. And few are more accurate than the convenient and inexpensive apps you can find on your cellphone.

Feb 10, 15

Getting the vaccine to protect against the sexually transmitted infection, human papillomavirus (HPV) does not increase the risk that young women are sexually risky and get more STIs, a new study says.

Feb 10, 15

Researchers say that women who drink multiple cups of coffee per day may reduce their risk of developing the most common cancer of the female reproductive organs by almost a fifth.

Feb 04, 15

More Americans blame cancer on things like food additives, stress and beef hormones than on diet and other everyday steps people can take to lower risk, according to an AICR survey released today, on World Cancer Day.

Feb 04, 15

The powerful cancer-fighting foods we should all be eating more of.

Feb 03, 15

Ever wonder how much sleep you really need? We have done extensive research on this topic, find it all out on National Sleep Foundation website.

Jan 29, 15

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has come out against electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), releasing a new report on Wednesday outlining their risks.

Jan 29, 15

Many people with chronic health problems resign themselves to lives of modest activity or no activity at all, thinking vigorous exercise is unsafe or that they lack the stamina for it. But recent studies are proving just the opposite

Jan 29, 15

Working out with weights, machines or bands — also known as resistance or strength training — helps many of your body's most important systems do their best work.

Jan 29, 15

Determined to lose weight in 2015? Forget fad diets and focus instead on simple lifestyle changes. Our expert shares the healthiest way to keep the pounds off for good so your body will be in cancer-fighting shape

Jan 27, 15

It is, on the one hand, factually true that vaping at an extremely high voltage will cause formaldehyde-releasing agents to develop. But this conclusion is highly misleading. People don't vape at a high voltage because it causes a horrible taste.

Jan 27, 15

A new study finds that even gentle lunchtime strolls can perceptibly — and immediately — buoy people’s moods and ability to handle stress at work.

Nov 05, 14

Incidences decreased by about 1 percent a year over all but rose among people 20 to 34, with the largest increase — 1.8 percent a year — in disease that had already progressed to other organs.

Nov 05, 14

Two large new studies provide compelling evidence that obesity increases the risk of the most common type of postmenopausal breast cancer among both African Americans and Hispanics.

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