TV Star Saved By Viewer That Spotted Cancer While Watching His ShowImagine watching one of your favorite television shows and noticing the host might have cancer.
Study: Eating Just One Steak A Week Increases Cancer RiskResearchers found that eating four portions of red meat increases the risk of bowel cancer by more than two-fifths.
Jimmy Carter Says He Feels Fine, Keeps Busy Despite CancerThe 91-year-old former president said he hasn't cut anything from his schedule at the Carter Center after completing four rounds of treatment for brain tumors.
Study: Alcohol Consumption Fights Against Heart Attacks, Increases Cancer RiskHaving a drink or two may help fight against the risk of heart attack, but it could also increase the risk of many cancers, according to a new global study.
Former President Jimmy Carter Announces Cancer Has Spread To BrainFormer President Jimmy Carter announced Thursday that he will begin radiation treatment on cancer that is on multiple spots on his brain.
Jimmy Carter Says He Has Cancer, Revealed By Recent SurgeryFormer President Jimmy Carter announced he has been diagnosed with cancer in a brief statement issued Wednesday.
Study: Exercising During Teen Years Linked To Lower Mortality LaterExercise during teenage years may be linked to a lower risk of death from cancer and other causes later in life, according to a new study.
Study: Fasting Can Trick Body Into Aging More SlowlyA team of researchers have developed the Fasting Mimicking Diet, or FMD, a fasting plan that can have innumerable benefits for the human body.
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Study: Women Who Got Vaccinated For HPV May Need Another ShotWomen who received the human papillomavirus vaccine may be more likely to be infected with another strain of the HPV virus than women who do not get the vaccine, a new study finds.
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Scientists: Tumor-Causing Virus Widespread In Wild TurkeysWildlife biologists tracking a tumor-causing virus first diagnosed in eastern wild turkeys five years ago have found the virus is far more widespread — but less deadly — than expected.